Todd Alan Rogers was born on January 25, 1966 in Winslow, Arizona to David C. Rogers and Carol (Rogers) Policy. Todd departed this life on Sunday morning May 8, 2022 in Siloam Springs, Arkansas from a massive heart attack at the age of 56 years. He grew up in Holbrook, Arizona where he graduated from High School. Todd moved to Oklahoma to work with his dad after high school. Sometime late he moved back to Arizona where he worked for a concrete mixing company. Then in 1987 when his brother Mike got out of the Navy they both came to Oklahoma to live close to their dad. He worked construction and as a mechanic, then owned Briggs Grocery with his new bride Gloria Webb Rogers. Early 1993 he started driving truck over the road. Then he move to Phoenix, Arizona and ran his own trucking company. He also started Fantastic Frames in Holbrook, Arizona. He made custom picture frames. Some of the artwork he framed is in the Old Court House which is now a museum, and Northland Pioneer College. In about 2012 Todd moved back to Tahlequah about 2012 he built portable sheds and chicken coops with his brother Tim. In November of 2017 he had a stroke and wasn't able to work after that happened. Todd enjoyed cooking especially smoking meat with Matilda his wood smoker. He loved to have people over for a barbecue. Survived by: Todd's most precious diamond is his son Nick who has turned out to be a great young man. Todd loved him more than life itself and was one proud daddy of all Nick's great accomplishments. His mom Carol Policy of Holbrook, AZ; Brothers Michael Rogers and Tim Rogers of Gideon, Ok; Sisters Michelle Henson and Marie Hayes of Holbrook Arizona; and a host of family and friends too numerous to count. Preceded in death by his Dad, David C. Rogers; both maternal and paternal grandparents, and his little brother Matt.