Angela Lynn Oglesby

Born on March 31, 1967

Departed on September 19, 2020 and resided in Ashland City, Tennessee

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Angela Lynn Oglesby – Age 53, passed away Saturday, September 19, 2020, at her residence. She was born on March 31, 1967, in Kokomo, Indiana.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Louie and Tina Watson; and her husband, William Mark Oglesby, who passed away in 2017.

Angela is survived by her children, Cory (Pamela) Oglesby, Josh Oglesby, Jesse Oglesby, and Matt Oglesby; her sister, Annette Buckallew; grandchildren, Aliyah Oglesby, Austyn Oglesby, Chayse Comstock, Autumn Oglesby, Aurora Lynn Oglesby, and Markus James Oglesby.

Angela took pride in her work as an Accountant with Robert Half. She also dedicated her time with the Sexual Assault Center of Middle Tennessee to help domestic abuse victims.

The family will have a time of visitation on Saturday, September 26, 2020, from 2PM until 5PM, at West Harpeth Funeral Home on Charlotte Pike.
In lieu of flowers, contributions are encouraged to a non profit charity of your choice.

9 Comments to Mrs. Angela Lynn Oglesby

  1. Kelly Vaughn says:

    Angie was a great person. I remember meeting her for the first time and all she wanted to do was cook cook cook. Which she was great at. Her and Mark were amazing with their grandchildren. I wish Autumn would have had some more time with them. Autumn will forever love and miss both of you Grandma and Grandpa. Rest in peace 🙏

  2. Kelly says:

    Angie I had a lot of memories with you as kids we spent much time together you will be greatly missed .
    Love you your cousin kelly

  3. Sara Berryman Daulton says:

    Angie was my high school friend and backyard neighbor in KoKomo, Indiana. My fondest memory of her was going to her birthday party.
    She was a good friend!

  4. Carol Kugley says:

    Angie was such a lovely, kind young woman with the most wonderful infectious laugh. We are so sorry, Corey & family, for your tragic loss. She was a sweetheart.


    Ron & Carol Kugley & Family

  5. Lee Dodson says:

    Words can never express how I feel.. I am Angie’s late husband’s ex wife. In my youth I messed up royally but, it was Gods plan. It was meant for Mark to move on to his soulmate the love of his life. I want to thank you Angie, for being an amazing mother to Jesse, Josh and Matt. As people read this comment, let this be a reminder to anyone to tell someone in life not, in passing that they were so very much admired, thanked and blessed to have had a connection with them. Thank you for everything you did on this earth. Your light will shine on …..

  6. Tana Kimbro says:

    Angie and I worked together for several years, first at the Tn Coalition then at the Sexual Assault Center. I remember our first telephone call. I was impressed by her straight forward approach and her confidence in her accounting skills. I liked her immediately and knew she was someone I could work with. I hired her and will always be thankful for the years we worked together. We learned from each other, worked well together and became great friends as well as work colleagues. Angie loved her family, loved her grandkids especially and loved Mark more than life itself. A couple of days before Angie passed she said to me “I am going to float over to Mark now. I need him and he needs me.” May Angie and Mark Rest In Peace together again.

  7. Tammy Eads says:

    So devastating to hear of a high school friend gone too soon. Prayers for her children and loved ones. Angie was always a precious soul…

  8. Nanette Singleton Blackburn says:

    I grew up in the same neighborhood as Angie. We had the same bus stop and classes together in school. I think of her every time I hear the Hall and Oates song, “Your kiss is on my list” because she was so excited to make that her song for her middle school boyfriend. She was a sweet girl. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. May God be with the family.

  9. Stefani says:

    Angie was my friend… we were so close in high school, we stayed in touch. She was and remains a beautiful piece of my life. I miss her just messaging to say “Hi”….. my heart breaks for her kids and grands. Loved and never forgotten….

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