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In Loving Memory of Timothy Blake Rodgers: A Life of Passion and Dedication

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December 15, 2023, marked the untimely passing of Timothy Blake “Bub” “Bub G” Rodgers, a cherished member of our Greenwood community and a beloved fiancé to Audrey Lester. At just 21, Blake’s life was a beacon of dedication, passion, and joy.

Born on May 16, 2002, in Greenwood, Blake was a spirited soul from the start. His journey through Greenwood High School was marked by his exceptional athletic talents, particularly in football. A record-holder, Blake’s passion for the sport was evident in his unwavering support for the Carolina Gamecocks and Atlanta Falcons.

Blake’s professional life was a reflection of his strong work ethic. As a lead mover at Move with Ease, he was known for his reliability and positive attitude. He will be missed by everyone very much. His best friend Daniel Williams also worked at Move With Ease. It was the highlight of each of their days working together as if they were family. Each day, he walked in with a smile, ready to face whatever challenges lay ahead. His presence uplifted everyone around him, making the workplace not just a site of labor but a space of camaraderie and inspiration.

But Blake was more than just a hard worker and an athlete. He was a trained fighter, an artist who found solace and expression in music and drawing. His artistic talents were another facet of his multifaceted personality, showcasing his depth and sensitivity.

Above all, Blake was a loving fiancé, a doting father to his daughter Taelynn Rose, and a loyal friend. His untimely departure leaves a void in the lives of his parents, Timothy Jason Rodgers and Amy Ranea Smith, his brother Henry “Jace” Rodgers, his grandparents, aunts, uncle, and his best friend, Noah Maroney.

As we await the details of his memorial service, we reflect on the impact Blake had on all our lives. His legacy is not just in what he achieved but in how he lived — with passion, resilience, and a heartwarming smile. Blake Rodgers will be dearly missed but never forgotten.

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