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Roger M. Weir

Brockport, NY: Roger Martin Weir, born April 5, 1932 in Hector, NY, died of complications of dementia on July 12, 1917, at his home in Brockport, NY. An Army veteran of the Korean War, he held a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Rochester. Roger served as the first school psychologist in the Brighton School District for several years, and went on to serve for 33 years at the State University of New York College at Brockport where he began as director of counseling and rose through the ranks to assistant to the vice president of student affairs. He also served as SUNY Brockport Faculty Senate president for two terms. There will be no memorial/funeral service, but condolences may be sent to his wife of 22 years, Karla Linn Merrifield, 236 Hollybrook Road, Brockport, NY 14420. Those wishing to make a memorial donation may do so to the charity of their choice, or to Lifetime Care (

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  • From dust we begin, and dust we return to.
    Leaving our footprints along the way of our life and with
    the ones we loved. We will carry your smiles in our hearts,
    as we continue on with our own journey…remembering you;
    loving those who you loved.

    - Cathy Brown
  • Wherever a beautiful soul has been,
    there is a trail of beautiful memories .
    Llke grains of sand on the beach
    they stay forever washing in and out
    of our heart.

    - Sherrill & John
  • Roger, I got to know you well enough to realize what a sharp, wise, kind, and humorous person you were. Along with your being missed by all those who knew and loved you over the years, you are also missed by many of us who got only an all-too-brief glimpse of the person you really were.

    - George Wolff

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