PHYLLIS DIXIE WILLIAMS ROGERS was born on Oct. 4,
1907 in Sedelia, MO to Katherine Heath Williams
& George Turney Williams. She passed away on
May 12, 1999 at the age of 91 in El Paso, TX, where
she had resided since 1958. She was the third child
in her family with two older brothers Richard, and
Arthur and a younger sister Jean Williams (RHS-1931)
and brother Max Williams (RHS-1933).
She graduated from Ranger High School in May of 1924
at Ranger, TX & married George Morrow Rogers in 1924.
She had three daughters, Gloria Posas, Georgeanne
Chancellor and Kathy (Margaret K.) Bowen. She had
ten grandchildren, twenty-three great-grandchildren
and two great-great-children. Phyllis wrote many poems
and stories as well as the music and lyrics of a hymn,
"Master Let Me Walk With Thee". In 1936, her poem
"Seasons" was published in Texas Writers of Today.