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Cheryl Hayes Ogle

Macon, Georgia

Sep 16, 1975 – Nov 3, 2017 (Age 42)

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20 years ago, I met you. From that moment, we laughed, lived and loved with everything we had. 19 years ago, I watched you teach from afar, you didn't know I was watching and I saw your gift with children. I knew from that moment, you were the one. 16 years ago, I asked you to marry me in front of both of our families. Family being the number one thing to both of us, it couldn't have been a more perfect Christmas. 15 years ago, you became my wife. I remember looking down the aisle to...

Cheryl was a true angel on earth. She and I went to college together, student taught next door to each other, taught together for 20 years at GES, we were neighbors, and most importantly we were friends. She was the sweetest, kindest person I have ever met. My life was blessed to have had Cheryl as a friend. She is dearly missed.

Cheryl was one of my favorite people on the planet, and I was blessed to call her one of my best friends. Carson and Liam are the best of friends, and I am so thankful for all the memories we shared. There wasn't a time we were together that we didn't discuss God in some way, so I know she is no longer an angel on Earth, but with our Father. Her smile and laugh lit up a room, and then your soul. Thinking of her makes me want to be a better daughter, mother, friend, Christian, human being. She...

Cheryl showed her love through actions and example. I am a better person because I knew her. I learned to love better because of her. I know I am a better teacher, wife, and friend because of her. I will always feel lucky that Jacob was blessed to be in her class and be part of their classroom family. Her kind of love is the kind that lasts, it lasts through all of us. #lovelikecherylogle

Such a wonderful person. Always a kind word and a smile. Every time we came to her home she made us feel welcome. She was genuinely one of the best people I have ever known. We were blessed by God to have been able to call her a friend.

Cheryl was one of my daughters teachers long before she was our neighbor. Her spirit was so light and it was passed each day to the children she worked with. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful wife and mother with so many others. I cannot imagine your loss but know that since she shares her spirit with so many, it lives on in those children and in you.

I have many fond memories of Cheryl. She was the real deal, a true angel among us. I remember a few years ago when my grandmother passed away, she gave me a book called Wherever You Are: My Love Will Find You by Nancy Tillman. It touched my heart and brought me so much comfort. Cheryl just knew the right things to say and do to make it better. She had a warmth about her that just made you feel good. I will never forget her beautiful smile and heartwarming laugh. God speed, my friend!

Forever Friends

"True friendship isn't about being inseparable, it's being separated & nothing changes."
My precious friend, I will forever be grateful for our God gifted friendship. Our memories together are cherished and will forever be held close to my heart. One day sweet friend, we will meet again in paradise and it will be far greater than any Barbie dream house. We will hold hands and skip while we sing "Islands in the Stream" and laugh until our bellies hurt. I fully...

Cheryl, you will be missed. God so often blesses us with the presence of an angel on earth. We are positive that Cheryl represented a beautiful soul, meant to remind us of how perfect humanity can be. You were taken far to soon, yet those of us who met you, were ourselves, blessed. Thank you Lord for allowing us to be touched by her gentle spirit.


Cheryl's Obituaries

Cheryl Hayes Ogle, 42, of Gray, passed away into the arms of The Lord on Friday, November 3, 2017. The family will greet friends Tuesday from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Hart's Mortuary, Jones County Chapel. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 10:00 AM Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at First...

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