January 26, 2019

Roger B. Drucker

Roger B. Drucker, 73, of Lincoln, passed away January 24, 2019. Born October 7, 1945 to Joseph and Gladys (Harris) Drucker. He was the founder of VVA Chapter #127 and the Veterans Memorial Garden. Roger was a lifetime member of HOG, VFW #10617, DAV, National Order of Trench Rats. He was also a member of Shriners International, Scottish Rite, Mason Liberty Lodge #300 and Iron Nobles.

Roger is survived by his loving wife, Kathleen; sons, Ryan Drucker and Joel Batten; daughter, Angelyce Batten; grandchildren, Sariah Adams and Noah Batten; brother, David (Deb) Drucker; sister, Connie (Wayne) Gadt. He is preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Dennis Drucker.

A celebration of life will take place on a later date. Condolences at




  1. It is of great sorrow to learn of Brother Druckers passing. May the Grand architect of the universe receive him home with open arms.
    Lance Neeman Iron Nobles past captain

  2. Our thoughts and prayers to Kathy, Ryan and the Drucker family. We have lost a great friend. Roger never hesitated to help someone out. We had many fun weekends camping together. So glad we have the memories.

  3. To Rogers family, I am sorry to read of Rogers passing in the paper. Roger gave me countless rides home from school when I had to stay for the detention room after school when I was in Junior High and Rodger was in high school and out for sports. Roger saved me a lot of walking on his way home when he gave me a ride 3 1/2 miles north of the school to where I grew up. Thoughts and prayers are with you!

    Jim Votipka

  4. Roger was my cousin,so sorry to hear he has passed. It’s been awhile since we have seen each other. I remember visiting the farm as a kid & he and Dave would stick us little ones up in the hay stack & leave us! Mmy Dad Bobby Dale Drucker & Uncle Barney would laugh & get us down. Roger looked so much like my Dad.
    Cindy Drucker (Johnston) Fremont, Ne

  5. Sympathies on your loss of Roger for the family
    and the veteran community of Lincoln. It was a
    pleasure to visit with him in his soft spoken manner.
    Not much to brag about self and his work for others.
    Knew him as he a member of the 9th ID and I of the
    25th ID in Vietnam and his work to organize VVA
    Chapter #727. Know the Lord will be kind to him given
    his coping with his many health issues in past few years.

  6. I would like to offer my condolences to Mr. Drucker’s family and friends; I am very sorry for your loss. It is my hope that you all may find comfort in our promised future. John 5:28,29

  7. I am so sorry for your loss. I was a year behind Roger at Exeter High. He was such a cool guy with a cool car. Since 1966 I have lost contact with him but will always remember him. Peace to your family.


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