Dr. Roger Rowe will always be a part of Rancho Santa Fe

By Jack Queen
Rancho Santa Fe Association president

Jack Queen

February 2012 will always be remembered as the time we lost Dr. Roger Rowe. He has played such a key role in our community for so long it is hard to imagine Rancho Santa Fe and especially the school without his presence.

You will be hearing and reading a lot of wonderful things in the upcoming weeks about Roger and all of the stories you hear will be true. Some people are remembered for a great challenge they were able to overcome or a heroic deed in a moment of crisis.

However, some, like Roger, deserve true greatness as they have devoted their lives to others and are remembered for a lifetime of commitment and dedication to the people they served. With over 50 years of service to our community and having touched thousands of lives, Roger will always be a part of Rancho Santa Fe.

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