Phillip “Phil” Lynn Rogers


Phillip Lynn Rogers, 73, of Amarillo, died Sunday, June 25, 2023, in Amarillo.

Phillip "Phil" Lynn Rogers
Phillip “Phil” Lynn Rogers

A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 29, 2023, at Llano Cemetery in Amarillo. Viewing is available Wednesday, June 28, 2023, during business hours at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd., in Amarillo.

Phil was born Nov. 26, 1949 in Amarillo to John Preston and Georgia May (Scott) Rogers. He grew up in Amarillo and was a 1969 graduate of Amarillo High School. He married Karen Ninemire on Feb. 26, 1971 in Amarillo.

Phil and Karen had three children, Crystal, John and Kenneth, to whom he was a wonderful father. The family spent many vacations enjoying Phil’s favorite activities of camping and fishing. He worked at McCarty Hull for more than 35 years, serving as vice president and director of purchasing. Phil and Karen were members of St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Amarillo. Phil also was a Grand Knight in the Knights of Columbus.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Karen; his parents.

Survivors include a daughter, Crystal Summers and husband, Archie, of Amarillo, sons, John Rogers and wife, Amanda, of Canyon, and Kenneth Rogers of San Antonio; grandchildren Payton Wilkins of Burleson, Sydney, Sylvia and Nici Rogers of Canyon and Emma and Bennett Rogers of San Antonio; a brother, Scott Rogers and wife, Vin, of Arlington; a sister, Donna McWhorter and husband, Fred, of Tyler; and numerous nieces and nephews.

4 Replies to “Phillip “Phil” Lynn Rogers”

  1. Prayers to the family. Phil was a good man, I worked with him at McCarty-Hull. He was the one who encouraged me to join the Knights.

    RIP Phil

    Joe Fierro

  2. It is with sadness that I learned of Phil’s death last night. He was a great person to work with for 35 years, and an asset to the Mc-Hull team. He, in addition to be V-P of purchasing, handled many special events for McCarty-Hull. After his severe heart attack 20 years ago, he was not able to return to work and was sorely missed. As a devout Christian, he has been reborn into everlasting life-free of pain and back with Karen.

  3. Love and prayers of comfort going out for you all. Phil and Karen were our buddies for years. We miss them and our fellowship! They were so proud of you and your kids!! Love ya! Mike and Mary King

  4. Prayers to Crystal, Johnny and Kenny for the loss of your incredible Father. He loved you all with his whole heart and soul. Your Mother, Karen, was his best friend & soulmate. A truly happy marriage. Now, they’re joined together again in Heaven. Hugging and rejoicing!

    Condolences family and friends. 🙏


    Allison Dalquist

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