Obituary published in Winter 2006 issue of Wheaton magazine:
Roger Edwards ’66 died July 10, 2005. After teaching comparative literature at Emory University in Atlanta for 11 years, he began a career in real estate in Canton, OH. Later moving to Pittsburgh, he rose through the ranks to become a senior vice president of the commercial real estate firm CB Richard Ellis, where he specialized in the sale of triple-net leased properties. As an instructor for the Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute, he traveled all over the country teaching a preparatory course for the licensing exam. He is survived by his wife, Catherine; two daughters; two stepdaughters; and one sister.