Doreen Parker Rogers
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(1930 – May 3, 2017)
Doreen Parker Rogers was a long-time British fan who was active in the BSFA in the ’60s and ’70s, its secretary and an editor of Vector. She and Ken Slater helped the BSFA though a financial crisis in 1966.
Dave Langford described her as "a cheering presence at UK cons for many...years." , and Dan Morgan as being at the centre of "a kind of portable fiesta".
She put her legal training to fannish good use, acting as a director and Company Secretary of Ken Slater's book dealing business. She later married Phil Rogers.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1967 -- Doc Weir Award
- 1968 -- Knight of St. Fantony
- 1972 -- Novacon 2
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