Let the memory of Gwenever be with us forever
  • 52 years old
  • Born on December 20, 1963 .
  • Passed away on November 8, 2016 .

Ms. Gwenever Wendell "Wendy" Ogletree of Atlanta, GA passed away Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

A Memorial to Remember Life Celebration will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church Time: 3:30 pm, et

Saturday, November 19, 2016 Date: 11/19/2016

Ministers: Dr. Virginia Lucear-Johnson, Officiating

Posted by AISHA LOVE on 23rd February 2018
GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN
Posted by AISHA LOVE on 19th February 2018
you are still a light in my life
Posted by Priscilla Cooper on 17th September 2017
Had a dream last night about you and decided to try and look you up "again"...So saddened! You WILL be missed my friend. Much Love
Posted by Lillian Sands Lunn on 13th January 2017
Rest on classmate! I'll hold on to the memory from the last time I saw you in Atlanta. Always smiling......
Posted by Chevelle Busby on 7th December 2016
Sending my condolences to the family and friends of Wendy. Death is truly an enemy of us all. That is why God has promised to rid the earth of sin and death forever. One day soon no one will ever have to worry about loosing their loved ones again. There will be no more pain or sickness.-Revelation 21:3, 4. What wonderful times that will be. If you would like to learn more about this please visit JW.org.
Posted by Shelia Scott on 17th November 2016
May God give you strength to carry on from the lost of your loved one. Wendy and I were very good friends in school. I will always remember that beautiful smile.
Posted by Alice Wilkey on 16th November 2016
REST EASY!!
Posted by Lisa Morgan on 14th November 2016
My words are confuse with denial. I see your picture so full of life. I will always cherish the memories that you and I shared. You was just like my lil sister. I don't no what happen to you but Im sure we will find out. I cry BIG tears for you because I no I want see you again. I miss you already. The last time I talk to you was in May and you told me you would be home. I never in a million years through you would be coming home like this. I cant seem to grab this concept that I want see you again. I LOVE YA LIL SIS AND I WILL SURLEY MISS YOU. UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN FLY HIGH POOH.

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