October 2012 Front Page Puddledock Press Roger Belanger Memorial


October 2012 Front Page Puddledock Press Roger Belanger Memorial


An October 2012 Roger Belanger memorial article written to honor his work in the community after his death at the age of seventy one. It was the front page lead of the Puddledock Press October issue.

The text reads:

This issue of The Puddledock Press is dedicated to the memory of Roger Belanger or Rog-B as most knew him. Roger recently passed away after a period of declining health at age 71.

It has been said that the typical date of birth, dash, date of death is misleading. The dash is such a small symbol for a life. Rog- B's life was that of a very dedicated person. He was dedicated to his family, church, community and this publication.

He started at the Press in advisory capacity and of course, that was not enough so he began to work with the staff at every meeting, finding old stories, setting up the pages, laying out the stories, delivering the paper and more. In the months that Rog was not well and unable to help, this staff realized how much he contributed and how he was missed!

When not working on the Puddledock, Rog was active with St. Peter's Church where he was recently honored with a plaque from his church "family". He assisted with the Interfaith-food Pantry. He was recognized with a Community Achievement Award and was the Puddledock Press Person of the Year in 1987. The Farmington Historical Society had him present programs on Farmington history several times and of course his famous political collection was featured at the Goodwin Library on occasion.

Perhaps more than -the awards, we would like to think he enjoyed the waves, hellos, and thank-you's from many, many people who knew him as he walked around town sprucing up our comrmunity He will be missed.

FHS-Kyle Leach


Puddledock Press


Puddledock Press


October 2012

Date Created

October 2012



Puddledock Press, “October 2012 Front Page Puddledock Press Roger Belanger Memorial,” Farmington Historical Society-Museum of Farmington History, accessed July 5, 2022, https://farmingtonnhhistory.omeka.net/items/show/597.

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