Ooten, Syble Ann

Saturday, October 11, 2014
Syble Ooten
Syble Ooten

Syble Ann Ooten, 78, of Soddy Daisy died on Friday, October 10, 2014.

Mrs. Ooten was a 1954 Chattanooga High School graduate. She retired from Norfolk Southern Corporation.  She was a member of Red Bank Baptist Church and Truth Seekers Sunday School Class. She served as a ZBA Commissioner for Soddy Daisy.

She was 2007 Grand Martha in Tennessee, Order of the Eastern Star; Past Matron of Daisy OES Chapter; LOSNA Asebi Court Clowns and Shrine Helping Hands

She was preceded in death by husband of 45 years, Robert Smith, Sr. ; father, John B Feagans, mother, Opal Huggins Keedy, stepfather, Herbert Keedy, Sr.; and stepbrother, Edwin Keedy.

She is survived by husband, James D. Ooten of twelve years; children: Robert (Kathy) Smith, St. Louis; Diann (Gary) Sivley, Signal Mountain; Julia (Tammy) Smith, Napa California; Terry Smith, Asheville, N.C.; grandchildren: Robby, Logan, Sam, and Jinnie Smith, Taylor Sivley, Allison Smith.  Great-grandchildren: Austin, Ashley , Kyle, Liam and Elizabeth Rose; stepchildren: Don (Sabrina) Ooten, Mark Ooten, six step-grandchildren; seven step great-grandchildren; sister: Joyce (Marty) Hahn, New Jersey; and brother Herbert (Dee) Keedy, McDonald, Tn.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 13,  in the funeral home chapel.

Interment will follow in Hamilton Memorial Gardens.

The family will receive friends from 2-7 p.m. on Sunday at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Memorial Healthcare System Foundation, 2525 de Sales Avenue Chattanooga, Tn. 37404, or Alhambra Shrine Transportation Fund, 1000 Alhambra Dr, Chattanooga, Tn. 37421.

Arrangements are by Legacy Funeral Home and Cremation Center, Soddy-Daisy 843-2525

Share your memories, stories and photos at www.legacyfuneralhome.com

 



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