Kathryn Oglesbee Burkett

May 30, 1944 - December 12, 2020
Antioch Cemetery - Eros
90 Antioch Church Road
Eros, LA 71238
Thursday 12/17, 2:00 pm
Antioch Cemetery - Eros
90 Antioch Church Road
Eros, LA 71238
Thursday 12/17
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Kathryn Oglesbee Burkett, 76 of Monroe, passed away on December 12, 2020. She was born on May 30, 1944 to B.F. and Rena Massey Oglesbee. Kathryn was preceded in death by her husband, James Burkett; parents; siblings, Carl, Wendell, Grace, Annette, Bobby Oglesbee, and Ruth Brady. Kathryn is survived by sister, Betty Rogers; children, ChristopherContinue Reading

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Becky Ann Bryant left a message on December 16, 2020:
Angie, Betty and family: I was so sorry to hear about Kathryn. I had not seen her in a long time, but thought of her often. She taught me so much about Apartment management when I started working with her and we had so much fun. One of the best memories is us going out for lunch, back when they had video poker machines in the restaurants. We only went to the ones that had the machines, and sometimes even won enough to pay for our lunch!! I know you will miss her so much and please know you're in my thoughts and prayers. Becky
Gwenette Phillips Sims left a message on December 15, 2020:
To Betty and all the children and family: Betty: Mother (Lurline Oglesbee Phillips), my husband Pete Sims, and sister, Dewanna Phillips love you all and are praying for you. I actually just stumbled across Kathryn’s passing looking for someone else’s obit. We remember her great personality and as a child growing up, I always looked forward to seeing you two at family reunions. GREAT MEMORIES!
Waylon and Roxanne McCormick left a message on December 15, 2020:
I am so sad to hear of Kathryn's passing. Our prayers are with you all!
Marcy Robinson left a message on December 14, 2020:
It was 1982 When I met Miss Kathryn. I was 12 years old And I wasn’t sure if she liked me LOLShe was a single Mother that worked hard, always dressed nice and loved her children. She had the most beautiful eyes I’d ever seen.. literally she could speak through those eyes..Angie and I were inseparable for decades to come so she was a big part of my life. To this day..Kathryn is absolutely without a doubt the REALEST person I’ve ever known. I had so much admiration and respect because she was such a good woman. My heart Goes out to all of you because I know how greatly she will be missed. She was one of a kind! And I’m grateful and honored I had the opportunity to be a part of her life. There’s so much more I could say about her.. Miss Kathryn You were always so good to me. I’ll never forget you Marcy
Terry Counts left a message on December 14, 2020:
Im so sorry to hear this. She was always a sweet lady and welcomed anyone in her home. Yall are in my thoughts and prayers. Love Terry Counts
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Terri Hollingsworth left a message on December 13, 2020:
I truly loved my Aunt Kathryn. She was so special in my heart and I don’t think she knew that. I regret not telling her that. She was 9 years old when I was born and I was her parents’ first grandchild and they adored me. I think my aunt resented that some with her being the youngest child. We had little spats because of our places in the order of the family and it was funny looking back at it. We got passed all that and I babysat Chris and Renny at times. When they lived in Calhoun, LA, my family were either at her or she had her family at our house along with Aunt Betty, DD and Grandma. I love you Kathryn and I always will. Terri
Renny left a message on December 13, 2020:
Love you Mom
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