|Birth: ||Aug. 29, 1914|
|Death: ||Mar. 4, 1996|
Hazel Tarter Bogle-Weaver, 81 years, 6 months and 4 days of age, of East Mount Vernon Street in Somerset, Kentucky, departed this life on Monday, March 4th, 1996 in Lexington, Kentucky at the St. Joseph Hospital following a long illness.
Hazel was a homemaker and member of the Ringgold Baptist Church in Somerset. She was born on Saturday, August 29th, 1914 in the Naomi community of Pulaski County, Kentucky, daughter of the late Jerome Tarter and Bessie Halcomb Tarter. Hazel enjoyed cooking and spending time with her family and friends. She was a joy to all who knew her and is truly missed by everyone in the community.
Hazel was survived by her second husband, Estill F. Weaver, whom she married on March 22nd, 1985 and whom later departed this life on October 16th, 1997; three daughters, Sue (and Vern) Stringer and Janice Leigh, both of Somerset, Kentucky, and Barbara (and Ron) Slagle of Matthews, Indiana; four sons, Sam "Bud" (and Sue) Bogle of Matthews, Indiana, Robert Frank Bogle and Donald R. (and Pam) Bogle, both of Muncie, Indiana, and Jerry W. (and Alfreda) Bogle of Somerset, Kentucky; four brothers, Roscoe Tarter, Everette Tarter, Dennis Tarter and Wiley Jerome Tarter; six sisters, Pauline Chadwell, Irene Young, Edna Burton, Catherine Bradley, Mina Marcum and Melva Dick; eighteen grandchildren; twentyfour great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren; and a host of other family and friends who mourn her passing.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Jerome and Bessie Tarter; her first husband, Samuel Lewis Bogle, whom she married on December 25th, 1935, and who departed this life on May 26th, 1980.
Funeral services were held in the Chapel of Lange and New Brothers Funeral Home at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 7th, 1996, with Bros. Andy Sexton and Jackie Dykes officiating.
Burial followed in the Oak Hill Baptist Church Cemetery in Somerset, Kentucky.
THIS IS A TRIBUTE IN MEMORY OF HAZEL,
If you could see me now you wouldn't shed a tear, Though you may not understand why I'm no longer there. Remember my spirit, that is the real me because I'm still very much alive, I've just been set free. Oh, if you could only see!
I have held our Father's face and I've touched my Savior's hand. All of Heaven's angels rejoiced as I entered the promised land. Beyond the gates of pearl I've walked on the golden streets.
I've touched the walls of jasper and dipped my foot in the crystal sea. The beauty is beyond words and nothing could compare, I've even seen our Lords mansion and someday I'll meet you there. Let Jesus be your guide because "His Word" will show you the way. So please don't cry because we will meet again someday.
Jerome Tarter (1890 - 1978)
Bessie Halcomb Tarter (1895 - 1980)
Samuel Lewis Bogle (1912 - 1980)*
Estill F. Weaver (1916 - 1997)*
Pauline T. Tarter Chadwell (____ - 2003)*
Hazel Tarter Bogle-Weaver (1914 - 1996)
Roscoe Tarter (1916 - 1997)*
Irene Tarter Young (1918 - 1989)*
Everett Tarter (1923 - 1995)*
Edna J. Tarter Burton (1925 - 2011)*
Dennis Tarter (1927 - 1990)*
Armina Tarter Marcum (1931 - 2016)*
Wiley Jerome Tarter (1938 - 2001)*
Note: Obituary information courtesy of funeral home.
Oak Hill Church Cemetery
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Record added: Feb 08, 2008
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