Beryl Lucille Ozment, 1922 - 2009
David Anderson Ozment, 1817 - 1880
David C. Ozment, 1916 - 1980
Joe Robert Ozment, 1917 - 2000
Marshall Ozment, 1941 - 1994
Miller K. Ozment, 1909 - 1999
Odell "Ozzie" John Ozment, 1917 - 2007
Vance Carl Ozment, 1921 - 2001
Beryl Lucille Ozment
Beryl entered peacefully into rest on February 3, 2009, in San Jose, California, at the age of 87. She was born on January 27, 1922, in San Francisco, where she grew up first on South Van Ness (then still Howard Street) and on Capp Street from 1929. She helped in her father’s restaurant and graduated from Mission High in January 1940 with an emphasis in bookkeeping. Beryl wed at Fort Scott on July 25, 1943, while employed at the Presidio in supply distribution. Following her husband’s Army discharge in December 1945, they bought and resided in San Bruno for 6 years and in San Jose for 57 years.
She was preceded in death by Odell, her cherished husband of 64 years, by her parents, Mads (Matt) G. and Anna M. Nielsen (later of Redwood City), and by her brothers, Stanley and Matt. Wed in 1920 at City Hall, her father ran a confectionery across from Kezar before opening The 22nd Street Lunch Counter in 1925. He and his carpenter uncle (who built a landmark residence in Utah) helped rebuild after the Great Quake. Her mother’s uncle and his wife were Gold Country pioneers in Challenge and Forbestown. Her mother’s great-grandfather founded the landmark Maria Hilf Chapel (1853) in Cheektowaga, New York, while his own cousin founded early Colorado Springs (1858).
Beryl retired in 1984 from her work in payroll for general contractors Dan Caputo and George Frazier. A 29-year square dancer with the Mavericks and the Dudes and Dolls, she also enjoyed various crafts (including sewing and crocheting), as well as cross-country vacations by car. An eight-year stroke survivor, Beryl exhibited careful custodianship of her health and delighted in continuing to experience her growing family.
Beryl was a gentle and steadfast homemaker, being calm, soft-spoken, thoughtful, generous, fair, organized, a good cook, and a good example. Beryl will be deeply missed by her daughter, Sharon Hermen (and her husband, Wayne); by her son, John (and his wife, Zita); by her grandchildren, Mark Hermen (and his wife, Cindy), Lisa and Teri Hermen, and Gregory and Kenneth Ozment; and by her great-grandchildren, Joseph, Hailey, and Kade Hermen.
Visitation will be held on Friday, February 6, 2009, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Darling Fischer Campbell Memorial Chapel, 231 E. Campbell, Avenue, Campbell. A graveside service will follow at 2:30 p.m. at Los Gatos Memorial Park, 2255 Los Gatos-Almaden Road, San Jose, in the Veterans Section with Elder Mark Hermen presiding.
Shared by Elizabeth
This is a newspaper abstract from a Graves Co KY collection:
"David Anderson Ozment, born 10-19-1817 in Guilford Co, NC,
While very young moved with his parents to Middle Tenn. At
age of 24 married Miss Sarah Francis Battie for 29 years. Had 7 children, 5 to adulthood. In fall of 1859 moved to near Pryorsburg where he engaged in the milling business until 1869 or 70, when he moved to Mayfield. His wife died of consumption 8-13-1870. He soon moved back to Middle Tennessee, where he married on 7-2-1871 to Mrs. N J Webb.
Remained in Tenn to 1877, where he moved with his younger
children to Graves Co. He died at his son-in-law's Mr. J. M. Vest. 5 children, 2 brothers and 1 sister. Note to please print in the Shelbyville, Tennessee papers."
Amanda OZMENT b: 1843 in Bedford Co TN
Rebecca Frances OZMENT b: 2 JUN 1844 in Bedford Co TN
Emma D OZMENT b: 1855/6 in Bedford Co TN
Louis G OZMENT b: 1857/8 in Bedford Co TN
Volitin L OZMENT b: 1860 in Graves Co KY)
Shared by Jackie Ozment
IN THE MAIL TRIBUNE MEDFORD OREGON TUEDAY JANUARY 8, 1980
DAVID C OZMENT
THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DAVID C. OZMENT, 63, OF 3690
DODSON DRIVE, MEDFORD, WHO DIED IN SAUDIA ARABIA WILL BE
HELD AT 1:30 PM THURSDAY IN THE CONGER-MORRIS DOWNTOWN
CHAPEL MASONIC WARREN LODGE, JACKSONVILLE WILL OFFICIATE.
MR. OZMENT WAS BORN SEPTEMBER 28, 1916 IN TISKAMINGO, OK.
ON OCTOBER 11, 1946 HE MARRIED THE FORMER RUTHANNA BOWMAN
AFTER 22 YEARS IN SAUDIA ARABIA FOR THE ARABIAN-AMERICAN
OIL COMPANY. MR. OZMENT RETIRED IN 1969 AND MOVED TO THE
ROGUE VALLEY. HE WAS RECENTLY ASKED TO RETURN TO THE
COMPANY AS A CONSULTANT.
MR. OZMENT WAS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF SHRINE FOR MANY YEARS.
SURVIVORS IN ADDITION TO HIS WIFE, INCLUDE ONE SON, NEIL
OZMENT VACAVILLE, CA.; ONE DAUGHTER LINDA SMITH, LANGLOIS
OREGON; ONE BROTHER CHARLES OZMENT OF LIVERMORE, CA.
SIX SISTERS, MILDRED HUGHES OF PORTLAND OREGON, GOLDIE LANG
OF COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.,BEATRICE CARPENTER, PADUCAH, KY.
AND JOSEPHINE WENTWORTH, MARGIE BREWSTER AND CARRIE PRICE
ALL OF ANTIOCH, CA. AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.
MEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE MADE TO THE SHRINERS HOSPITAL
FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 8200 NE SANDY BLVD., PORTLAND, OREGON
From James P. Ozment, Jr. by way of Dwight Ozment.
From The Chattanooga Times - January 25, 2000, page B4
SUMMERVILLE - Joe Robert Ozment died Monday, Jan. 24, 2000, in an area nursing facility. He was 82.
He was a farmer, a member of Midway Baptist Church and was retired from Riegel Textile.
Survivors include his wife, Fannie Bell Pettyjohn Ozment, and two daughters, Shirley Lorene Ozment, and Reba Joyce Ozment, both of Summerville.
The funeral will be Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. at Mason Funeral Home with the Rev. Ken John, the Rev. Jimmy Tanner and others officiating.
Burial will be in Green Hill Memory Gardens.
Visitation will be today from 7 to 9 p.m. at Mason Funeral Home, Summerville.
From James Ozment:
Born 29 May 1917
Died 24 Jan 2000
From James P. Ozment, Sr by way of Dwight Ozment.
From the Chattanooga Times - February 17, 1994, page B2
OZMENT, Marshall, 53, of Summerville, GA, died Tuesday in a hospital there. A native of Cherokee County, AL, he was a member of South Summerville Baptist Church and a 34 year employee in the dye department of Mohawk Mill. Survivors include his wife, Anita Mosley Ozment; daughter, Leisha Peek; son, Brian Ozment, all of Summerville; two sisters, Myrtle Mobbs, Summerville, Betty Miller, Mableton, GA; brother, Billy J. Ozment, Summerville; two grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 2 p.m. today in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Jimmy Bryant officiating. Burial will be in Greenhills Memory Gardens. Arrangements by J. D. Hill Funeral Home, Summerville.
From James Ozment:
Born 12 Jan 1941
Died 15 Feb 1994
Shared by Dwight Ozment.
Obituary Notice submitted by James Parker Osment, Sr. Apparently sent to him from a friend in Tullahoma, TN
OZMENT, Miller K. Age 90, June 24, 1999. Mr. Ozment was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Ozment. He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law James D. and Vera Ozment; sister Hester Easton; six grandchildren; twenty great grandchildren and five great,(great)grand children. His remains are at Woodlawn Funeral Home where services will be conducted 11:30 a.m. June 26, 1999 in the Chapel of Roses. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park....Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 383-4754
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ODELL “OZZIE” JOHN OZMENT
Ozzie entered peacefully into rest on June 7, 2007, in San Jose, CA, at
the age of 89. He was born in Johnsville, Arkansas, on October 23, 1917,
later relocating to Farmville (of Warren), Trafalgar, and Snyder, Arkansas. He had
been a 66-year resident of California. Following his Army discharge in
December 1945, his new family (wife and daughter) bought and resided in
San Bruno for 6 years and then in San Jose (for 55 years). He was preceded
in death by his parents, Lawson and Mary J. (of Warren), and six of his siblings:
Clyde, Claude (Buddy), Dewell, Marjorie (Margie) Bryant, Annabelle Powers,
and Alma Francke.
Ozzie had been a farmer and a sharecropper; a CCC and WPA worker;
a 28-year machinist of ordnance and artificial limbs (with Food Machinery Corp.
and Hosmer-Dorrance); a four-year Army veteran of World War II (as a decorated
seaman in the Coastal Artillery); and a 29-year square dancer (with the
Mavericks and the Dudes and Dolls).
On July 25, 1943, he wed at Fort Scott to his Presidio sweetheart (as of their
June 12, 1942, blind date at home), a San Francisco native and restaurateur’s daughter.
Ozzie enjoyed being a consummate handyman, having both learned and taught himself
the various disciplines of car and home repair and improvement. He was seldom
shy and usually conveyed his sense of humor, knowledge, and helpfulness.
A man of character, caring, and the common touch, Ozzie will be deeply
missed by Beryl, his wife of 64 years; daughter, Sharon Hermen (and her
husband, Wayne); son, John (and his wife, Zita); brother, Lavelle; sister,
Idell Craig; grandchildren, Mark Hermen (and his wife, Cindy), Lisa and
Teri Hermen, and Gregory and Kenneth Ozment; and by his
great-grandchildren, Joseph and Hailey Hermen.
Visitation will be held on Monday, June 11, 2007, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
Darling &Fischer Campbell Memorial Chapel, 231 E. Campbell, Ave., Campbell,
CA. A graveside service with full military honors will follow on Tuesday,
June 12, at 11 a.m. at Los Gatos Memorial Park, 2255 Los Gatos-Almaden Road,
San Jose, in the Veterans Section with Elder Mark Hermen presiding.
Originally posted by Angel Emery on Bradley Co, AR Obit board
Eagle Democrat 14 March 2001
Vance Carl Ozment, age 79, of Sumpter, died Thursday, March 8, 2001, at Fort Roots Veterans Hospital at Little Rock.
He was born September 10, 1921 at Sumpter, a son of the late Robert Shelby Ozment and Emma Glennon Ozment.
He was a retired farmer and construction worker, a WWII U. S. Army Aircorp veteran, a member of Bald Island Hunting Club and the Sumpter Hunting Club and a member of First Assembly of God Church in Warren.
Surviving is his wife, Evelene Brown Ozment, whom he married on July 25, 1942; 1 son, Jerry Ozment of Crossett; 2 daughters, Carla Gill of Warren and Donna Rainey of Sumpter; 1 brother, Al Rainey* of Sumpter; 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. [*This should be Alfred Ozment]
He was also preceded in death by a brother, William “Bill” Ozment, and 3 sisters, Gladys Richards, Oleta Brown, and Ethan Corker.
Funeral services were Sunday, March 11, at Frazer’s Chapel with Rev. Jim Bales and Rev. Wayman Mann officiating. Janice Sullivan was the organist and Mary Robbins was the soloist. Burial was in Outlaw Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home.
Active pallbearers were Bill Jones, Dale Wolfe, Roy Forrest, Bobby Ray Wilson, Steve Parnell, Felton Jones, Wayne Griffin and Ray Marcantel.
Honorary pallbearers were Evan Jones, Harvey Jones, Tommy Larance, Roy Baker, Travis Ricketts, Preston McKinney, W. T. Outlaw, Winfred McKinney, and the member of the Bald Island Hunting Club and the Sumpter Hunting Club
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