Elizabeth Hemontolor Thompson Ogle
Mrs. Elizabeth “Liz” Hemontolor Thompson Ogle, age 88 of Lebanon died July 7, 2014, at the Pavilion. She worked at the Lebanon Garment Co. thirty-two years and drove a school bus for Wilson County ten years. She was a member of Cedar Grove Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents: Robert and Nannie Corley Hemontolor; husband, Hoyal “Boots” Thompson in 1987; three sisters: Orbie (Shipper) Walker, Julia (Claude) Mofield, Buhler (Eddie) Baird; four brothers: Dewey (Sadie) Hemontolor, Tom “Corrie” Baker, Hobart (Elizabeth) Hemontolor, Ernest (Wytunia) Hemontolor. Survived by husband of twenty-three years, Albert Ogle Jr.; daughter, Patricia (James Richard) Westmoreland; sons: Jeff (Lisa) Denson, Randy (Angie) Ballard; grandchildren: Christy (David) Taylor, William (Jennifer) Westmoreland; great-grandchildren: Kyle, Storm, Trulee Denson, Caleb Walker, Caitie Jones, Tyler, Destin, Gracen, and Cadence Westmoreland, Will, Mitchell, Nick Ballard; great-great-grandchildren: Ty, Grayson, Blade Denson.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, July 9, 2014, at 1 p.m. at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Bro. Todd Elliott, Bro. Dickie Johnson, and Bro. Danny Sellars officiating. Interment – Conatser Cemetery. Active Pallbearers: Storm and Jeff Denson, Tyler and Bubba Westmoreland, Caleb Walker, Eddie Fields and David Taylor; Honorary Pallbearers: R.C. Christian, Gene Echols, Eugene Graves, Terry Lee Hemontolor, Howard Hemontolor. Visitation Tuesday 2-8 p.m. and Wednesday after 9 a.m.
Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements.
We are sorrowed in our hearts at the passing of your mom. We are thankful that you had her for 88 years. She was a great friend and neighbor to Evelyn Scarlett for so many years. We are praying for you all and may the peace of God fill your hearts with His Presence.
Phyllis and I just learned of your Mothers passing. Had we know, we would have come by the funeral home. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Phyllis says MS Elizabeth was a real sweet lady and glad she got to meet her and you, Trish.
Our Lord will comfort you and help you daily as you are reminded of your love and memories of your Mother.
In Christ Alone,
Wayne & Phyllis Jamison