William C. Rogers ’48 died March 11, 2012, in West Lebanon, N.H. He was born in Bryn Mawr, Pa., on March 14, 1927, and prepared for college at Radnor High School and Mount Hermon School. He was a member of Zeta Psi fraternity, served one year in the Navy Air Corps during World War II, and attended Berkeley Baptist Divinity School. He worked for many years as an American Baptist and then a Congregational minister on the West Coast and in Connecticut. After leaving the ministry, he worked for the National Cash Register Corporation in sales and research in New York City. He later worked as a cab driver in the city. He loved books, museums, art, and music, and was a prodigious writer of stories and letters. He is survived by three daughters, Christine R. Mickler, Paula R. Backes, and Kelly R. Tausanovitch; and nine grandchildren.