Rosella-Durham-Obituary

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Rosella Ann Durham

Franklin, Kentucky

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November 1, 2020
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Franklin, Kentucky

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Crafton Funeral Home - Franklin Obituary

Mrs. Rosella “Rosie” Ann Ogle Durham, age 75 of Franklin, died Sunday, November 1, 2020 at the Medical Center in Franklin.  A Celebration of Life will be held Thursday at 11am at the Woodburn Baptist Church, 600 Woodburn Allen Springs Road, Woodburn, KY 42170.   A native of Columbus, Indiana she was the daughter of the late Ollen Ogle and Delilah Romine Ogle.  Before moving to Kentucky, she resided and worked in Troy, Ohio and Chesapeake, Virginia and retired as a payroll specialist.  She was a member of Woodburn Baptist Church, vice president of the Franklin Garden Club and was a hospice volunteer.  She was preceded in death by her husband Jesse Durham.  Survivors include 4 children – Stanton Durham (Bridget) of Sugar Grove, Ohio, Carol Riggenbach (Mark) of Franklin, Leslie Brooks (Jason) of Virginia Beach, Virginia and Matthew Durham (Dee) of Greensburg, Indiana; 2 brothers – Jack Ogle (Charlotte) of Greensburg, Indiana, and Chet Ogle (Peggy) of Vevay, Indiana; 1 sister – Connie Witkemper (Bill) of Columbus, Indiana; 13 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Visitation will begin at 9am Thursday at Woodburn Baptist Church.  Memorial gifts may be made to the Woodburn Baptist Church Missions, POB 38, Woodburn, KY 42170 or Hospice of Southern Kentucky, 5872 Scottsville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42104. Masks will be required for visitation and funeral service.

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My heartfelt sympathy to Stan, Carol, Leslie, Matt and to Rosie's entire family. Rosie and Jess were such good friends of mine in Troy, Ohio. Many wonderful memories were made while they lived in Troy. What a life filled with love she lived. her family brought her so much joy. May God's Grace surround each of you.

My deepest sympathy to Rosie's family. Rosie was well loved by her colleagues at MCHA. We will keep Rosie in our thoughts and prayers.

Thank you Mrs Rosie for your Love and Kindness. Your Sweet Spirit will Live in My Heart. Praising Our Awesome GOD for You.
Love Love Love Leslie and Our Family. Prayers for Comfort.
Vira Brooks

Leslie, you've been a "light" to so many (your CG family). Please allow us to now be that for you! We lift you and your family up in strength and prayer. We love you!!!

Dearest Rosie, I hope you pick up this message. I am both shocked and deeply saddened by your sudden passing, but I hope it was glorious. Since we met through the Garden Club, I've always admired you for your kindness, friendliness, good sense of humor and dedication to the Club. The world was a better place with you in it, and you will long be remembered with gratitude for being in our lives. Best to you and thank you for your friendship. Linda

Grandma Rosie! Logan and I will miss you greatly. You were an amazing person. So very kind and sweet. I am blessed to have known you. Thank you for always being a great role model and accepting of me and Logan into your family. I will miss you. Much love always - Rachel and Logan Bunn

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Sending love and prayers.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. I only knew Rosa a short time she was such special lady. So saddened for her loss. May memories with her be comforting to the family.

Rosie had fun decorating the tree for the Garden Club's float in Franklin's Christmas Parade.

In the garden club, Rosie was a marvel! She could always be relied on to get the job done, and her cheerful encouragement and steady good humor helped us all stay focused and also have fun. I feel fortunate to have known her for these past few years, and I will always remember her kindness, generosity, and patience. Rosie will be greatly missed by everyone who has known her.