Remembering Roger Stone

By: Ashley Lacewell Email
By: Ashley Lacewell Email

Friends and family say farewell to a safety officer who died when his boat capsized in the gulf.

Funeral services for Roger Stone were held at Clear Lake United Methodist Church in Southeast Houston Thursday.
Stone was killed on a Texas A&M-Galveston sailboat capsized during a long-distance regatta over the weekend.
Five others made it to safety and spoke of Stone's selfless act of saving members of the crew.

Stone leaves behind a wife who says he was selflessly heroic.
They would have celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary next week.


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