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Stacey Harrison Rogers

May 26, 1968 - October 17, 2021


Mr. Stacey Harrison Rogers of Halifax, VA died on Sunday, October 17th at the age of 53.

Mr. Rogers was born in New York City, NY on May 26, 1968 to Bertha Stanfield Rogers and the late James Lowell Rogers. He was married to Carnelia Neal Rogers and was a member of Jeter Chapel Baptist Church.

Stacey had a natural love for music, he started rapping at the age of 11, started deejaying at local teen clubs and joined an electric boogie breakdance/pop lock group at age 13. Stacey started his own publishing company called Grand Master Slice Entertainment in the early 90s. Stacey recorded and co-produced his first LP, “Shall we dance” Three singles released. Additional production, background vocals, & produced vocal sessions on the 1991 CFM/SOH LP release, “Scrathmaster Chuck T”.

Mr. Rogers is survived by his wife: Carnelia Neal Rogers of the home; (3) daughters: Anaya Rogers of South Boston, VA, Kataijah Rogers-Brown and Angela Brown, both of Richmond, VA; (1) granddaughter: Kynlie Cameron; his mother: Bertha Rogers; (2) siblings: Renay Rogers-Harris and Anthony Rogers, both of South Boston, VA; (2) nephews: Anthony M. Rogers of Raleigh, NC and Tyrell Harris of South Boston, VA; (1) niece: Nyshia Sims of South Boston, VA; and a host of in-laws, other relatives, and friends.

Funeral services for Mr. Stacey Harrison Rogers will be Saturday, October 23rd at 11: 00 a.m. at Halifax County Senior High School with Bishop Earl Purvis, eulogist. Burial will follow in Jeter Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery.

Public viewing for family and friends will be Friday from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. at Jeffress Funeral Home. 

Funeral arrangements are by Jeffress Funeral Home, 2000 North Main Street, South Boston, VA.

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