Pat Rogers

Pat Rogers comes to Glass Heritage with a background in business and the textile arts of needlework. Certified by The Campbell Center for Historic Preservation in the restoration and preservation of stained glass, Pat is not only an extremely competent artisan and a talented designer, she also has a love for the glass that allows us to care for and maintain the highest standards of preservation work. 

Since beginning work as a glass craftsman, Pat has designed and completed several major glass installations, both private and commercial. She has created and fabricated projects including St Marks Lutheran Church in Davenport, the Carver residence, the Mid-Summer Night's Dream panels, and the original Frank Lloyd Wright, French door panels for the Park Inn Hotel, and is the primary person in our historic preservation and restoration projects. Pat is also a member of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, The Midwest Regional Conservation Guild, the Chicago Area Conservation Group, Preservation Trades Network, American Glass Guild, and Stained Glass Association of America. 

As a volunteer, she is very active in textile preservation and is currently National President of the American Needlepoint Guild as well as Treasurer of the local chapter of the Embroiderers' Guild of America