Rogers Michael Mungin



Sumter, SC…Rogers Michael Mungin, age 76, beloved husband of the late Constance Elizabeth Mungin, died on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at Palmetto Health Richland.

Rogers Michael Mungin was born February 20, 1942 to the late Lula Pope Mungin and the late Albert (TJ) Mungin.

He is survived by his Children: Jenny Ardis (Jerry); Ruth Briggs and Gayle Butterfield; Grandchildren: Raishawn Hill (Charles); Alvin Jackson Jr; Jerilyn Jean-Mary (Brian); Catherine Butterfield; Jelisa Ardis and Ellen Butterfield; Great grand-children: Jaylon Kemp; Chase Hill; Brittany Jean-Mary; Lauren Hill; Bree Hill and Brooke Jean-Mary; Siblings: Elder Nathan Mungin; Sylvia Mungin-Hayes; Lillie Mungin; Albert Mungin (Barbara); Juanita Mungin; Priscilla Mungin; Veronica Mungin and Gerald Singleton (Freda). He also leaves behind a host of loving nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in Death by: His wife, Constance Mungin; His son, Steven Butterfield (Michelle); His parents: Lula Pope Mungin and Albert (TJ) Mungin; Siblings: Evelyn Mungin and Melvin Mungin (Sarah). In laws: Gladys Hansey-Pitt; June Hansey Masters and brother-in-law Eugene Hansey (Peppy) and Sister-in-law Celestine Mungin.

Rogers was born and educated on St. Helena Island in Beaufort SC. He loved his hometown and often told stories of his adventures on the island. After graduating from high school, Rogers joined the United States Air Force and after 4 years of service, he returned to civilian life. He served the United States Government as a Department of Defense civilian employee before retirement in 2004. His time in service allowed him the opportunity to do what he loved most; travelling (37 different countries), working with computers and experiencing other cultures.

Roger was very friendly, loving and a genuinely caring person. He loved life and was always willing to help others when he could. Often, he was seen doing his Tai Kwan Do moves; he always wanted to stay physically fit. Rogers had a great sense of humor and was often playing practical jokes on the family. Serving God was always a priority and he used the prison ministry as an opportunity to spread the gospel.

Rogers, we will miss your smile, your thoughtfulness, practical jokes and your caring nature. You will forever be etched in our minds and hearts. You will be sadly missed but never forgotten. We love you.

A special thanks to Alice Drive Baptist Church Pastor, Clayton Smith and congregation; Truth Seekers Sunday School Class; Jock Williams; OJ and Jean Papucci; NHC Sumter; Brookdale Sumter; Altoya and Jimmy Deas; Ann and Gary Duby; Bullock Funeral Home along with numerous friends and family members.

A funeral service will be held on Monday, June 4, 2018 at 11:00 am in the Bullock Funeral Home Chapel.

The family will receive friends on Monday, June 4, 2018 from 10:00-11:00 am, one hour prior to the service, at Bullock Funeral Home.

You may go to and sign the family’s guest book.

The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.