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Marguerite (Rogers )Sutterfield

(1922 - 2012)

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Marguerite (Rogers ) Sutterfield
1922 - 2012
Born
October 11, 1922
Senath, Dunklin County, Missouri United States 63876
Death
September 7, 2012
Jonesboro, Arkansas
Other Names
Grete, Grete
Summary
Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield, mother to 2 children, was born on October 11, 1922 in Senath, Missouri. She was born into the Rogers family and married into the Sutterfield family. She was born to Noel Barney Rogers and Avis Daphne Holt Rogers. Marguerite married Hubert G Ogles on December 27, 1941 in Arkansas USA and Hubert died on April 20, 1944. They gave birth to Jerry Sutterfield. She would also marry Gerald E Sutterfield on October 11, 1949 in Arkansas. They gave birth to Patti Sutterfield. She died on September 7, 2012 at Jonesboro, Arkansas at 89 years old. We know that Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield had been residing in Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas United States.
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Marguerite Rogers “Grete” Sutterfield
BIRTH 11 Oct 1922
Senath, Dunklin County, Missouri, USA
DEATH 7 Sep 2012 (aged 89)
Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas, USA
BURIAL
Oaklawn Cemetery
Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas, USA
MEMORIAL ID 96737944 ·
Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield, 89, of Jonesboro, AR., died Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, at her home of natural causes.
Marguerite was born in Senath, Missouri.
She was a graduate of Bay High School. She earned BSE and MSE degrees from Arkansas State University and taught school for 45 years. Marguerite taught the last 26 years of her career at South Elementary School in Jonesboro. She was a member of Fisher Street United Methodist Church, the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association and Alpha Delta Kappa teachers sorority.
Marguerite was preceded in death by her parents, Noel and Avis Holt Rogers, by her husband, Gerald E. Sutterfield, and a brother, Ed Rogers.
Survivors include a son, Jerry Sutterfield of Jonesboro; a daughter and son-in-law: Patti and Dan Cooper of Loudon, Tennessee; 6 grandchildren: Daniel Cooper of Loudon, Tennessee, Drew Cooper of Johnson City, Tennessee, Tony Sutterfield of Nicholasville, Kentucky, Kris Sharp (Joel) of Jonesboro, Angie Hotop of Bay, and David Sutterfield (Angie) of Jonesboro;

Margurite was married to Hubert G. Ogles until his death in 1944. Thay had one son, Jerry. Marguerite married Gerald E Sutterfield and they had one daughter, Patti. They were married 57 years. Gerald passed away in 2006. Marguerite passed away in 2012.
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Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield
Most commonly known name
Marguerite (Rogers ) Sutterfield
Full name
Grete, Grete
Nickname(s) or aliases
Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas United States
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Female
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Marguerite Sutterfield was born on in Senath, Dunklin County, Missouri United States 63876
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Marguerite Sutterfield died on at Jonesboro, Arkansas
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Marguerite Sutterfield was born on in Senath, Dunklin County, Missouri United States 63876
Marguerite Sutterfield died on at Jonesboro, Arkansas
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natural causes
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at oaklawn cemetery in jonesboro, craighead County, Arkansas us 72401
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Bay High School/ Arkansas State University She earned BSE and MSE degrees from Arkansas State University.

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Methodist
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She earned BSE and MSE degrees from Arkansas State University and taught school for 45 years. Marguerite taught the last 26 years of her career at South Elementary School in Jonesboro. She was a member of Fisher Street United Methodist Church, the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association, and Alpha Delta Kappa teachers sorority.

Personal Life

Married to Hubert G Ogles ...They had one son Jerry Glenn .....Hubert was killed in 1944 at the age of 26. He enlisted in the Army on June 1, 1942 at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Little Rock, Arkansas. He was noted, at the time of his enlistment, as being employed as a teacher and also as married.
Hubert was a passenger on the S.S. Paul Hamilton (Hull Number 227) when the ship was sunk off Algiers in the Mediterranean Sea by an aerial torpedo dropped by a German Ju 88 bomber. The ship sank within 30 seconds due to the high amount of explosives on board. A total of approximately 580 men were lost.
Hubert was declared "Missing In Action" in this sinking during the war.
He was awarded the Purple Heart.
Service # 38176866
Hubert also has a "cenotaph" in the Woodland Heights Cemetery, Rector, Arkansas.
" Click Here " for that record~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
The U.S.S. Lansdale (DD-426) and the S.S. Royal Star were also sunk in this attack.
The Lansdale had a loss of Forty-seven officers and men.
The Royal Star lost only one member of their crew. The Lansdale received four battle stars for World War II service.
Margurite married Gerald Sutterfield in 1950 ..they had one daughter Patti in 1952. Gerald E. Sutterfield, 85, of Jonesboro, Arkansas, died Tuesday at NEA Medical Center in Jonesboro.
Born in Shirley, Arkansas, Mr. Sutterfield moved to Lake City early in life. He later lived in California before moving to Jonesboro in 1959. He worked for General Motors in Southgate, California, and retired from General Electric in Jonesboro with 27 years of service.
Mr. Sutterfield was a member of Fisher Street United Methodist Church, was a U.S. Navy veteran of W.W. II, and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was preceded in death by his parents: Oliver and Tassie Sutterfield; by a sister: Josephine Gipson; and by a brother: John Sutterfield.
Survived by his Wife Margurite Rogers Sutterfield of the home .. Son Jerry Sutterfield, Daughter Patti (Dan) Cooper, Grandchildren: Tony Sutterfiled, Kris (Joel) Sharp, Angie Hotop, David (Angie) Sutterfield Daniel Cooper, and Drew Cooper.
Marguerite Rogers “Grete” Sutterfield
BIRTH 11 Oct 1922
Senath, Dunklin County, Missouri, USA
DEATH 7 Sep 2012 (aged 89)
Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas, USA
BURIAL
Oaklawn Cemetery
Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas, USA
MEMORIAL ID 96737944 · View Sourc
Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield, 89, of Jonesboro, AR., died Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, at her home of natural causes.
Marguerite was born in Senath, Missouri.
She was a graduate of Bay High School. She earned BSE and MSE degrees from Arkansas State University and taught school for 45 years. Marguerite taught the last 26 years of her career at South Elementary School in Jonesboro. She was a member of Fisher Street United Methodist Church, the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association and Alpha Delta Kappa teachers sorority.
Marguerite was preceded in death by her parents, Noel and Avis Holt Rogers, by her husband, Gerald E. Sutterfield, and a brother, Ed Rogers.
Survivors include a son, Jerry Sutterfield of Jonesboro; a daughter and son-in-law: Patti and Dan Cooper of Loudon, Tennessee; 6 grandchildren: Daniel Cooper of Loudon, Tennessee, Drew Cooper of Johnson City, Tennessee, Tony Sutterfield of Nicholasville, Kentucky, Kris Sharp (Joel) of Jonesboro, Angie Hotop of Bay, and David Sutterfield (Angie) of Jonesboro;
1 brother, Carl Rogers of Lake City; and 2 sisters, Ruth Blackwood (Bob) of Little Rock, and Peggy Trusty of Jonesboro
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Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield & Hubert G Ogles

December 27, 1941 - April 20, 1944
Cause of Separation: Death
Lawrence, AR, USA
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Apr 20, 1918 - Apr 20, 1944 1918 - 1944

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Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield & Gerald E Sutterfield

October 11, 1949 Mississippi County, AR, United States
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Apr 30, 1921 - Dec 19, 2006 1921 - 2006

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Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield, 89, of Jonesboro, died Saturday, September 7, 2012, at her home of natural causes.
Marguerite was born in Senath, Missouri and was a graduate of Bay High School. She earned BSE and MSE degrees from Arkansas State University and taught school for 45 years. Marguerite taught the last 26 years of her career at South Elementary School in Jonesboro. She was a member of Fisher Street United Methodist Church, the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association and Alpha Delta Kappa teachers sorority.
Marguerite was preceded in death by her parents, Noel and Avis Holt Rogers, by her husband, Gerald E. Sutterfield, and a brother, Ed Rogers.
Survivors include a son, Jerry Sutterfield of Jonesboro; a daughter and son-in-law: Patti and Dan Cooper of Loudon, Tennessee;
6 grandchildren: Daniel Cooper of Loudon, Tennessee, Drew Cooper of Johnson City, Tennessee, Tony Sutterfield of Nicholasville, Kentucky, Kris Sharp (Joel) of Jonesboro, Angie Hotop of Bay, and David Sutterfield (Angie) of Jonesboro;
6 great-grandchildren;
1 brother, Carl Rogers of Lake City; and 2 sisters, Ruth Blackwood (Bob) of Little Rock, and Peggy Trusty of Jonesboro
A private graveside service will be held in Oaklawn Cemetery. There will be no visitation.
or lasting memorials, the family asks that consideration be given to the charity of the donor’s choice.

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In 1922, in the year that Marguerite Rogers Sutterfield was born, on December 6th, the Irish Free State, a self-governing dominion of the British Empire, was officially proclaimed. While establishing some independence for the people of Ireland, it did not create a fully independent Ireland and the fighting continued.

In 1934, when she was only 12 years old, on June 6th, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission was formed as a response to the stock market crash of 1929 and the continuing Great Depression. Previously, the states regulated the offering and sales of stocks - called "blue sky" laws. They were largely ineffective. Roosevelt created a group (one member was Joseph Kennedy, father of the future President Kennedy) who knew Wall Street well and they defined the mission and operating mode for the SEC. The new organization had broad and stringent rules and oversight and restored public confidence in the stock market in the United States.

In 1951, by the time she was 29 years old, on February 27th, the 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution (which limited the number of terms a president may serve to two) was ratified by 36 states, making it a part of the U.S. Constitution. The Amendment was both a reaction to the 4 term Roosevelt presidency and also the recognition of a long-standing tradition in American politics.

In 1973, when she was 51 years old, on August 15th, amidst rising calls for the impeachment of President Richard Nixon, Congress imposed an end to the bombing of Cambodia.

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