Dale Monroe Kroll, Jr., age 50, of Rogers, Arkansas died November 20, 2019 in his home. He was born and raised in Rogers to Dale Monroe Kroll, Sr. and Mary Mae Bass Crouch.
Dale attended Rogers High School, and he spoke often about how much Rogers had changed over the years. He was a hard-worker, and he became a master plumber.
He was full of humor. He specialized in toilet and bathroom related jokes. Dale loved children because of his kind heart and goofy antics. He frequented any and all garage sales, loved roller skating, and fondly recalled cruising around the Frisco Mall for hours.
Dale loved his son’s baseball games, going on long drives working on the go-cart, and poohstick racing. He was always his daughter’s partner for couple skating, and he offered many times to buy a trailer and live at her college so he could keep an eye on her studies.
He was preceded in death by his father, Dale Kroll, Sr.; and by his brother, Robert Kroll.
Dale is survived by four children, Levi Hill, Katie Meade, Indigo Kroll, and Shadow Kroll; three sister, Darlene Bailey, Pam Jackson, and Tammy Davis; and his mother, Mary Crouch.
Dale was full of laughter, pranks, and jokes, and his family believes that this celebration of his life should reflect that. There was one song in particular that he insisted be played at his funeral: Are you ready, hey, are you ready for this? / Are you hanging on the edge of your seat
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