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November 19, 2018

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February 22, 2018
Win Ogle was a great citizen of Gatlinburg. He and his family meant a lot to my family. May he rest in his heavenly father's heaven.
February 15, 2018
In 1947 , I was 9 years old, 108 lbs, and boxing on the Gatlinburg team. My dad, Al Rader, and his GSMNP colleague Ted Davenport were instrumental in forming and managing the effort.
The WW II Quonset hut on Airport rd was our training and boxing competition center.
Wib was my hero. He had returned from the Navy as All Navy Welterweight champion, won most Golde Glove matches in Knoxville upon his return.
Earlier in pre -WW I I days and stationed in Sugarlands camp , my dad had held the CCC Welterweight boxing title of all CCC camps in the Smokies. So I was exposed to a boxing background early.
The newspaper described Wib perfectly. To me, he was kind, considerate, and had a special skill that made a 9 year-old feel like his equal. He spent time coaching me when he was not sparring. I'll always remember his kindness ,and later in life, his continuing friendship and good will toward me and everyone in the community.
In Remembrance
Ron H Rader
Sevierville,TN