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Berry Highland Memorial

5315 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN

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Dolores Forrester Ogle

29 noviembre , 19347 diciembre , 2019
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Dolores Forrester Ogle, 85, passed away on Saturday, December 7, 2019. She was a beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Dee traveled the world and loved adventures. She will be greatly missed. Dee was preceded in death by her loving husband James R Ogle, her parents William and Ruby Forrester and her brother Michael Forrester. She is survived by her 3 sons, Fredrick, David and Paul Avery, 6 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren and her brother William Forrester. The family will receive friends on Saturday, December 21, 2019 from 10:00 – 11:00 am with a funeral service to follow at 11:00 am at Berry Highland Memorial. Burial will be at Berry Highland Memorial Cemetery following the service.

Servicios

  • Visitation sábado, 21 diciembre , 2019
  • Funeral Service sábado, 21 diciembre , 2019
  • Graveside Service sábado, 21 diciembre , 2019

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Tatjana Radke

17 diciembre , 2019

I met “Grandma” Dee in the summer of 1986. It was the first trip to the states I could remember. I learned to swim in her pool. Dee was a beautiful woman. She could even wear a sweatsuit with dignity. She used to tell me about her travels to Brazil. She taught me about the various stones. Turmaline and Aquamarin and many others. I remember loving the house. The love, the family and everything that went with it. I am sorry I Never made it back to see you one last time. Thank you for blessing me. Thank you for letting me be a part of the family. My condolences to the family and all that have been touched by her charm on the walk way we call life. ❤️

David Avery

17 diciembre , 2019

I will always remember my Mom as a strong, fiercely independent woman. As a single mother, she raised 3 boys who sure did not make it easy for her. But in spite of us, we all survived. For whatever reason, one silly story keeps coming to mind. Mom had gotten me a job at Westcliff apartments where she was the assistant manager. We were driving to work, and I insisted on listing to the radio. Mom hated rock and roll, but of course that’s all I wanted to hear. I would turn in on, she would turn it off, I’d turn it on. We went through several iterations of that game until she told me that “If I touch the radio one more time, she was going to put me out of the car, and I could walk to work.” Well I turned the radio back on and she put me out! Lesson learned, don’t call her bluff! I walked the last couple of miles to work and got my butt chewed by the manager for being late. As I walked out of the office and down the hall, I could hear them both laughing.
After I left for the Army in November of 1975, I received a letter from her saying that she had met someone that she was think about marring, James Ogle. I took leave as soon as I was allowed and came home to meet him. It was evident that she loved him, and that James loved her dearly. They married and they had a wonderful, adventurous life together. Thank you Jim.
I love you Mom. I miss you.

Angelika Avery

16 diciembre , 2019

I am so thankful that I knew your mother. She was the kindest, gentlest, and most generous woman I have ever met. Your mother inspired integrity in those around her and encouraged others to be the best people they could be. I will always remember her sweet smile and beautiful nature. I understand that words alone can hardly ease the pain; but please know that my thoughts are with you on the loss of your wonderful mom, grandma, great grandma, and sister. My heart goes out to you and your Family at this difficult time. Please, accept my deepest condolences for your Family's loss.

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