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DOHERTY REYNOLDS, CFSP AND TIM REYNOLDS own and operate Rogers Funeral Home.

After graduating from the University of Kentucky in 2002, Tim and Doherty married in 2004 and became parents of twins in 2011. Their family attends Hope Community Church where Doherty serves in children's ministry and Tim with the worship band.

Doherty grew up around the funeral home business, her father operating Rogers her entire life. A licensed funeral director, she studied under him while serving her apprenticeship and began working full-time with him in 2002. She currently serves on the Board of the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky as Central District Director, and as Secretary on the Board of the Central Kentucky Funeral Limousine Association. Doherty was recently recognized by the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky for achieving over 100 hours of continuing education, and in June of 2019 she obtained the designation of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner from the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice. She is also a Certified Celebrant, completing a training that better enables her to work with families to create services that are personalized and individualized to reflect the personality and lifestyle of the deceased.

Tim is a licensed funeral director and embalmer who also works as the facilities and accounts manager. Originally from Springfield, Kentucky, he moved with his family to St. Louis, Missouri prior to starting high school, and then returned to Kentucky to attend UK. After joining Doherty in the family's business in 2014, he went on to graduate from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science in 2020. He currently serves as President of the Kiwanis Club of Frankfort. 

 DAVID ANGLIN serves at Rogers as a family services associate. A graduate of Frankfort High School, he grew up in South Frankfort and resides there still with his son. 

 LEWIS ADAMS serves at Rogers as a family services associate. A Frankfort native, Lewis is retired from work for the City of Frankfort and is the pastor at Peaks Mill Baptist Church. 

TOM BRIGGS came to Frankfort from Wisconsin in 1974, and has served Rogers as a funeral director and embalmer since that time. Now retired, Tom serves as an advisor and part-time associate. He and his wife Nancy have three children and three grandchildren and are long-time members of Good Shepherd Catholic Church. 

JAMES BALL is a Peaks Mill native, and resides there still with his wife Faye. He has worked in the funeral industry for over forty years and served Rogers since 1994. Now retired, James serves as an advisor and part-time associate.

MARY ANNA ROGERS serves as a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and facilitator for classes of The Grief Recovery Method. A Frankfort native and graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, she served the community along side her husband John C. Rogers in his family's business for over 30 years prior to his passing in 2012. John and Mary Anna have three daughters and two grandchildren. She currently works as sales associate at Buffalo Trace Distillery and attends Capital City Christian Church.