Roger Anthony Elliott

Roger Anthony Elliott

September 30, 1946 - December 23, 2015

Roger Anthony Elliott

September 30, 1946 - December 23, 2015


Roger Anthony Elliott, age 69, of Nashville, Tennessee passed away at his residence on Wednesday, December 23, 2015.

Roger was born in New York City, New York on September 30, 1946 to the late Anthony Elliott and the late Margaret Amos Elliott. On June 27, 1970, Roger married the love of his life and the woman who would become the mother of his daughters, Patricia Roth. He loved his family very much, especially his wonderful grandchildren.

He was an electrician by trade and was a retiree of the Metro Water Department. He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers # 429 in Nashville and enjoyed the fellowship of his brothers there very much.

Mr. Elliott is survived by his wife: Patricia Roth Elliott of Nashville; daughters: Erin Elliott (Charles) Penny and Kerry Elliott (Matthew) Maskovyak; and grandchildren: C. G., Elliott and Eleanor Penny and Savannah, Teagan and Kendall Maskovyak. He was preceded in death by his parents: Anthony Elliott and Margaret Amos Elliott.

A memorial service for Roger will be scheduled at a later date.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with the arrangements and online condolences may be made at

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2 responses to Roger Anthony Elliott

  1. Joe Yount says:

    I worked with Roger at the Central Plant and found him to be a compassionate and caring man. He always had something nice or pleasant to say. Please accept my condolences on this sad occasion. Perhaps it will temper your loss in knowing how much he is missed here on the job. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help during this time of grief. God bless you and keep you. Joe Yount

  2. Hello, I’m so sorry for your loss . I worked with Roger at bio solids . Thought the world of him . If there is anything I can do just ask. Charles Fuller

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