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Mary Ogg

Mary Ogg

Friday, March 21st, 1930 Monday, November 2nd, 2020

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Obituary for Mary Barbara Ogg (Draper)

Mary Barbara Draper Ogg, 90, of Hollister passed away on Monday, November 2, 2020 at The Heritage Retirement Center in Rocky Mount, NC. Mary was born in Utica, NY on March 21, 1930 to the late Irving Nathan & Anna Warmuth Draper. She attended Kernan School until her family moved to Westmoreland where she graduated from Westmoreland Central School in 1948. She was employed by G.E. & NY Telephone Company in both the Utica and Rome offices. She was married to James Yero in 1950 until he passed in 1961. In 1964 she married Hans Ogg and they lived in the Rome-Westmoreland area until Hans passed. Mary was an avid skier and traveler. In addition to her parents and husbands, she was also preceded in death by her step-grandchild, Greg Wissinger and great granddaughter, Rachel Ogg, her brothers, John Draper and Joseph Draper, her sister, Suzanne Lupinski.

She is survived by her son, Samuel Ogg (Betty) of Hollister; grandchildren, David Ogg, Joseph Ogg (Katelyn) both of Rochester, NY; step-grandchildren, Robin Wissinger of Hollister and Kathy Downing of Castalia; great grandchild, Mara Ogg; step-great grandchildren, Randal Lockwood, Melina Skrha, Hunter Downing, Kyle Downing, Tyler Wissinger and Sam Wissinger; and her sister, Therese Kulakowski of Hopewell Junction, NY and numerous nieces and nephews.

Arrangements are being handled by Lancaster Funeral and Cremation Services, 804 N. Bickett Blvd., Louisburg, NC 27549. Online condolences may be made to www.lancasterfcs.com.

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    Monday, November 16th, 2020 | 12:30pm
    Rome Cemetery
    Jervis Avenue
    Rome, NY
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    Monday, November 16th, 2020
    12:30pm

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Marty and Judy (Draper) Obernesser

Over the years I have always admired Mary. I was especially impressed with the basket she made for Anne baby shower. With Love, Judy
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Brenda Schrecengost

So sorry to hear of Mary. She was always a pleasure to be around. Smiling, funny and enjoying life. I’m sure she had her sorrows too. What talent she had with basket weaving , show girl dancing in the senior review, lawn chair repair. And the champagne was always a treat. The 3 of you girls had those great summer trips and adventures I know Mom ,Aunt Mary’s sister Suzie, always looked forward to them. You will be missed, but we are so grateful for a lifetime of memories
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Therese (Terry) Kulakowski

Photo of my sister Mary and myself, Terry, was taken 20+ years ago. We surely enjoyed each other: Long weekends in Oct. to see all the colors, all the wineries, all the Pilgrim sites, day trip on a large sailing ship - bring your own crackers, wine, and cheese, and an opener to get the bottle open. About 25 people sat and enjoyed the wind and boat gliding. Our sister Susie also took a few trips with us. We really enjoyed life together. Loved to jitter-bug and did it well because she taught me. Fun times. Happy for you Mary. You now have relief and permanent JOY! I love you. Your little sister.
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Anne

Hello Everyone.
This is Anne Gaertner (Therese Kulakowski's daughter). My condolences to all. One thing that really stands out to me about Wonderful Aunt Mary was her amazing and infectious laugh!! She had a joy that just made you want to be around her. She had a cozy home where I enjoyed exploring, sifting through her knickknacks, and playing with her animals. May she be in the comfort and peace of God's hands. We love you Aunt Mary! XO
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