HOMOSASSA — Tony Rogers had dancing in his blood.
For the past seven and a half years, he and Helen Olesen danced and laughed together, shared dinners together, dressed up in costumes for parties together, entertained at senior centers and nursing homes together.
“He was so much fun — we laughed so much,” Olesen said. “Tony had such charisma.”
Anthony “Tony” Rogers died Dec. 3 after a long illness. He was 84.