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 Dress a Girl Around the World

  Imagine a  world where every girl owned at least one dress

In Loving Memory

Supporters remember their loved ones by donating funds to Dress a Girl

Lillian McWhorter was an avid Dress a Girl volunteer/supporter and is lovingly remembered by friends of Dress a Girl with donations to continue this program.

Lillian made 1500 dresses while she served with us and went with us to Guatemala to distribute dresses. She made backpacks for us to give to our local homeless kids and contributed food to pack in the backpacks.  She attended our monthly serve days and could be counted on to pitch in wherever help was needed.

Her humor, willingness to help and outspoken ways will be missed.

 Because of Lillian's faith in Christ we are comforted in the knowledge that we will meet again in Heaven!
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Carroll W. Rogers, 75, died unexpectedly Thursday afternoon, November 19, 2015, in Lawton, Oklahoma. He was born March 21, 1940 in Erick, Oklahoma to Foy Clay and Anita Mae Rogers, both of whom preceded him in death as did his only brother Darrell "Tody" Rogers. Carroll grew up on a ranch near Mangum, Oklahoma and graduated from Plainview High School in 1957 at the age of 17. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1961 with a B.S. in Education, and received a Masters Degree in Education from Southwestern Oklahoma State in 1968, and then a Doctorate in Education from the University of Oklahoma in 1970. His education career included positions as teacher, principal, superintendent, assistant dean and coach. Carroll was proud to have coached the Friendship High School girls basketball team to the 1963 State Championship.


Carroll has served as an Elder at the Western Hills Church of Christ for 33 years and was one of the earliest members of that congregation. He will be deeply missed by the Western Hills family as a knowledgeable and skilled Bible teacher and as a tireless supporter of all the missions of the church. Above all else, Carroll will be remembered as a Godly man who lived his life with humility, generosity and grace.


In lieu of flowers, friends may wish to make a donation to their favorite

                                   charity in his honor.