Jeff Rogers okc dead and obituary, Cowboy Ranch owner dies

It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of Jeff Rogers, a restaurant and nightclub operator in Oklahoma City. Unfortunately, his restaurants were forced to close due to debts and unpaid taxes. read on for more

Who was Jeff Rogers?

Jeff Rogers owned a cowboy ranch, Rocking Country Bar @CowboyRanchOkc. Jeff Rogers was a passionate Oklahoma City resident and passionate owner of the hospitality industry. He left his mark on the local area by opening Cowboy Ranch Bar, one of his most successful establishments.

Having been involved in the hospitality industry for many years, Jeff brought with him a wealth of experiences and creative concepts that helped shape the landscape of Oklahoma City. His contributions were immense and will not be soon forgotten.

How did Jeff Rogers die? What was the cause of his death

Jeff Rogers, the owner of Cowboy Ranch, sadly passed away on December 9, 2022 of natural causes, attorney Elaine Dowling confirmed. According to court records, Rogers had been experiencing financial problems related to the lease for his bar that began on July 13, 2020. Court records indicate that he had fallen behind on required percentage rent payments and had not filed reports since January 2020. 2021 to August 2022, suggesting that these issues had been building up for some time before his death.

Tributes to the death of Jeff Rogers

edward polished

disconsolate! Never mind the talk or negativity on social media, Jeff Rogers
He catered to many, including my daughter and my family whenever we frequented his establishments. She always talked to me and gave us love. That is the positive measure we will remember.
That being said, he had a lot of partners and supporters like me. At the end of the day, personally, he always honored my service and sacrifice. Again, that’s what I’ll always remember about Jeff.
At this point, we must be respectful of his legacy and his family. Nobody wants to lose their loved one. Hurts! I know, I just lost my dad! And at the end of the day, we will never forget our loved one.
As Americans and as friends, let us be respectful and honorable during this challenging time for your family. Jeff did the best he could positively and negatively for many. That is not for me or anyone else to judge. God is the only one who does that! At the end of the day, like all Americans, let’s celebrate his life and friendship as we go along. That is what we are called to do. That’s right
May God bless Jeff’s family and his beautiful wife during this time of grief. Rest assured that his wife’s life and her future projects will not be easy to move forward with. Life and everything around it sometimes sucks! But at the end of the day, God is on everyone’s side. He is the one who tells us what time to go and what time your life ends. Therefore, we respect and honor the blessings of love and life that God brings us.

In a personal capacity, Karen Conner Pulido and Kaitlin Pulido will always remember this day. This photo with my friend who went above and beyond the call of duty, to my family, will never be forgotten.
Again, Jeff was good to us on this OU Football day in Norman. No matter what was going on in his life that day, he gave us love and attention. That is what me and my family will always remember.
Good luck! I love you America! Be kind and be thankful! We all have a day to come! . . ! . . one day is coming!

dee downer

Sad sad Sad.

chance cameron
Prayers for all his family and friends.

fanci vanderslice
I am completely heartbroken! I can’t believe these horrible people broke it!! He would have given anyone everything he had. So sad this is the world we live in. Goodbye my friend 😢

conclusion: We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Jeff Rogers during this difficult time. As news of his passing spreads throughout OKC, it becomes clear that he left behind a wonderful legacy as a passionate entrepreneur who truly cared about helping others and improving their lives. May he rest in peace knowing how much he meant to so many people here in OKC.

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