March 9, 1962 – October 22, 2014
Teresa Rogers really cared. She loved her family dearly, and was fiercely proud of her two children’s accomplishments. In the first few hours after her passing, the word used most to describe her by others was “remarkable.” That’s indeed a perfect word to describe the extent of her caring for people, and for her passion for her work over two decades at the DCMP. Please read this tribute to Teresa’s professional accomplishments, which acknowledges her work at DCMP that impacted tens of thousands of deaf children and adults throughout the nation. Thanks for showing us the power of love, Teresa.