Roger Dale Kysar

Roger Dale Kysar
Roger Dale Kysar

Roger Dale Kysar, 66, of Amarillo, TX died Thursday, May 28, 2020.

Services will be held at 1:00 P.M. Monday, June 1, 2020, at Central Church of Christ with Lanny Newton officiating. Burial will take place at Llano East Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Roger was born on February 14, 1954 in Alva, Oklahoma to Jeannie and J.D. Kysar. He grew up and attended school in Waynoka, Oklahoma where he played high school football. Following his graduation from Waynoka high school Roger began his 40-year career for the BNSF Railroad as a conductor. Through his passion for traveling with his family, Roger found a love for scuba diving. In between travels he spent time at home doing yardwork, exercising, or reading his bible. With his talent for storytelling, Roger gave his family endless smiles, laughs, and memories. Along with these memories each family member received a nickname. Roger will be greatly missed, and forever loved by his friends and family.

He was preceded in death by his father, Derr “J.D.” Junior Kysar.

Roger is survived by his wife, Lynette Kysar; mother, Jeannie Kysar; son, Brian Kysar and wife Autumn; daughters, Angie Kysar, and Cindy Cano and husband Chris; stepson, Guy Bell and wife Jourdan; stepdaughter, Ashley Miller and husband Bart; grandchildren, Garrett Kysar, Jonathon Rodriguez, Myah Cano, Aniya Rodriguez, and Maddox Cano; step-grandchildren, Garrett Bell, Peyton Bell, Isabella Van Stavern, Halston Van Stavern, and Avery Bell; brother, Scott Kysar and wife Robin; sisters, Beth Baird and husband Harvey and Gail King and husband Mike; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made to the Christian Relief Fund, https://christianrelieffund.org/give/.

30 Replies to “Roger Dale Kysar”

  1. As soon as Doug and I met you and Roger we became instant friends. I have never seen anything like it before. It was wonderful. We feel very blessed to have gotten to know both of you and at the same time very disappointed that we didn’t get a chance to know Roger better. I trust you are doing as expected and are surrounded by your family and close friends. We will be in touch with you real soon. God Bless Roger and you as well. Love, your friends, Doug and Terri

  2. Roger was great guy and I was always happy when I worked with him. He will always be remembered. Our prayers are with your family. Brad and Trudy Upton

  3. I’m sooo very sorry to hear of the passing of Roger! I have many memories of church in Waynoka as a child and teen with the Kysars and all my cousins. I pray for comfort and peace for you all! Janice Clarke Johnston and family.

  4. We express our love and deepest sympathy as we mourn the loss of our precious Roger. We appreciate your devoted care for him these long months. His faith and yours has been inspiring and encouraging.

  5. Sorry for the loss to the Kysar family. Roger was a good man and a good friend. I loved working with him when ever I could. I know he will be missed by family, and all his friends and his coworkers. Rest in peace brother.

  6. Roger was an awesome person and a good friend. I always joked with him and was proud to be his friend and co – worker. May the good Lord bless his family during this great loss and grief. Mark and I will be waiting for you at the 10th st. Shanty with some fresh coffee & donuts. May God bless. Love you brother. 🚂

  7. Roger was truly one of the good guys. His smile and quick wit will be missed. Rest In Peace, Old friend. Mary and I are heartbroken for you Lynette, we love you.

  8. I am so very sorry to hear about Roger. Our deepest sympathy. Hugs🤗
    Peace to you and your family.

  9. Blessed to have known this precious soul. Grieved for his family yet grateful he has seen the face of his Redeemer! Love and prayers, Lynette, and kids.

  10. Great guy! I enjoyed working with Roger, ran into him occasionally as I left the railroad early 90’s. Talking with Roger was like I still worked with him. Awesome Man – RIP. Our thoughts and prayers for the family. 🙏🙏

  11. Our sincere thoughts and prayers to the Kysar family and all that knew Roger…..what an amazing guy, always kind with a smile on his face. It was a true honor to know such a man with integrity and wonderful character.

    Prayers and hugs!!!!

  12. Lynette, Jeannie, Brian, Angie, Cindy and family,
    The loss of Roger has deeply saddened my heart. He was such an amazing Christian man. He is the reason for my strong faith today. I hope the precious memories you carry in your heart will help you through this difficult time.

    Sincerely,

    Brenda Baldwin

    Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:4

  13. Extremely sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. It has probably been 30 years since I last saw Roger, but I remember him well. He was a good Friend. Toothpicks were one of our commonalities, but as a person, he was certainly a much nicer person than me. From the comments I have read, even though he was very kind and nice from the outset, he somehow became even nicer and kinder with the passing of the years.

  14. So sorry for your loss. God has added another Angel and none finner than Roger to fill this spot.
    Was a good and Blessed man.

  15. Lynette I am so sorry to hear this. May God be with you during these difficult times. Love you!

  16. Dearest Lynette, we are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. God Bess you all 🙏🏻

  17. As cool as the other side of the pillow! I am so thankful to have been able to spend thousands of hours working with Rog in the yard switching ! Him and Wings and Sputter and big Glen kept me going. Those years in the yard being called snakes by the road guys selling themselves for three times more money for the prestige of being titled CONDUCTOR ! Roger talked me down off a cliff many times! MANY TIMES
    He wasn’t just a rock, He Is a Diamond
    THANK YOU ROG
    FLY ON WAYNOKA FREEBIRD

  18. He was a great friend and fun to work with over the 40 years working together, he was a great father, he will be missed greatly.

  19. Steve and I loved Roger so much!! Steve is heart broken over this. Roger was his buddy! We love you Lynette!!!

  20. Rest In Peace my friend. Memories are what we will cherish forbear! Hugs to his family!
    Wayne and Arthetta long

  21. so sorry for the loss of Roger.he was a good guy and enjoyed working with him.prayers for the family…..

  22. So sorry for your loss. Loved this guy and we worked together a long time! Only guy I hugged every time we saw each other! He will be missed so much.

  23. One of my favorite guys ever, I never saw him do anything that was even the least bit rude or mean to anyone but instead he made everyone feel better about themselves and built them up. I loved working with Roger as much as anyone I ever worked with….what a great Christian man he was. 🙏

  24. Lynette, my heart aches for you. I am so very sorry. Prayers for peace and comfort for you and the family.

  25. Roger was such a nice guy , we all grew up together and I have such wonderful memories. May God be with you all at this time . Stevie Cohlmia Taylor

  26. What a wonderful Christian man. Roger had such a great love for Jesus. When I think of Roger these things stand out, Cindy, Brian and Angie. Him going to church every chance he could, reading his Bible, drinking a big glass of unsweet tea, a toothpick in his mouth, Neil Diamond and sweat pants. I hadn’t seen Roger in at least 20 years. The times I remember were some of the best times of my life. Roger will be remembered and missed by so many. My prayers and love go out to family and friends💜

  27. I will never forget Roger he was always teasing !! So sorry he passed to young sending love and prayers to his family.

  28. So sorry for your loss. Roger was a great guy. We hired out at the same time. Loved the guy and he will be missed.

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