Peggy's hobbies are painting in acrylics and making home crafts. She is an avid collector of snow people and is known around the area as the snow lady, due to her vast collection of snowmen. Peggy opens her home at Christmastime for an open house to view the snowpeople. Also, she collects Dept. 56 Original Snow Village houses. Any off time she might have, you may see her in antique stores, at First Monday or a flea market looking for primitive antiques.
In her spare time, you can find her country western dancing with the Senior Citizens or square dancing. Her husband is the leader of Dean Rogers and the Country Capers Band where he plays bass and sings and their youngest son Rodney plays guitar and is lead vocalist.
Peggy is also interested in geneaology. She discovered her great-great grandparents buried in an abandoned cemetery in Fannin County, when the family all these years had thought they were buried in Tennessee. Peggy and her husband are restoring the entire cemetery as they have time.
Other Awards & Recognition
Peggy and Dean Rogers were honored to be elected Wills Point's 1999 Citizens of the Year.
2003 CENTURY 21 East TX Brokers Council Million Dollar Plus Producer
2004 CENTURY 21 $2 Million Plus Producer Award
2005 CENTURY 21 $3 Million Plus Producer Award
2005 CENTURY 21 Masters Ruby Producer Award
2005 Top Producing Agent Century 21 Hesskew Realty
2006 - $2 Million Dollar Producer - East Texas Brokers Council
Peggy Rogers has been a multi-million dollar producer since her entry into real estate in 1992. With her college study of psychology and 15 years of practical real estate experience, she excels in helping buyers and sellers. She and her husband live in the country near Wills Point. She is a member of the Pilot Club and has served on the board of the South Tawakoni Water Supply Corp. In 2005, she was Hesskew Realty's number one producing agent.