The Golden Age of Hollywood

I apologize that I have not been able to post about this sooner but my computer crashed last week and I have had to rebuild my entire system from scratch. 

M. T. Fisher informed me that our dear friend and fellow member Roger Schoolcraft passed away last weekend. Roger had been a member here since June of 2008 and has contributed in many discussions and started several fan groups. He was especially fond of Westerns and I suppose that is what I will remember most about him. That and his love for his cats Shadow and Cindy. I remember his despair when his cat of ten years, Cindy, disappeared for around three weeks and also his sadness when Shadow passed away.

Roger suffered from numerous health problems over the years and his visits here became less and less frequent. I'm thankful for the contributions and knowledge that Roger gave to the site. He will be missed! Rest in peace Roger!!!

If you want to know more about Roger you can find his personal page here:

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Comment by MothGirl Wings on May 22, 2014 at 6:18pm

He seemed like a lovely man - I'm very sorry to hear about this.

Comment by Le Chat-Noir on May 18, 2014 at 8:31am

Hello ! Ktrek...Unfortunately, me and Roger School-craft, never met [online]...However, I would like to send my condolences to his family and friends too !

Comment by Al Pearce on May 12, 2014 at 11:47am

I may have only known him from the CLASSIC WESTERNS group, but i am very sorry to find out about his passing. First time i learn about a member's death on this site. I sincerely hope he is in the arms of the lord now and at peace. R.I.P.

Comment by diane on May 11, 2014 at 6:41pm

Even though I didn't know him, I remember him from my visits to

the Serial group and I can also remember his comments about

his cats. I am sure he will be very much missed. R.I.P., Roger.

Comment by Dave Miller on May 11, 2014 at 6:18pm

I'm sorry to hear of Roger's passing. I've 'known' him for many years here and other places. R.I.P., Roger.


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