BOGLE, Kenneth Hambright
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Mr. Kenneth Hambright Bogle, age 87, of Marietta, GA. died peacefully at his home with his family by his side on January 22, 2012. Kenneth Hambright Bogle, son of Leland Lyons Bogle and Gladys Hambright Bogle, was born on September 28, 1925 in Gilroy CA. Ken was predeceased by his brother Leland Lyons Bogle, his daughter Nancy Jane Bogle, and his beloved wife of 60 years, Ayliffe Jacobs Bogle, who died in March, 2012.Ken is survived by his children and their spouses, Kenneth Lyons Bogle and Lieben Frassrand Bogle of Woodstock, Barry Alexander Bogle and Laura Ward-Bogle of Lawrenceville, Elizabeth Anne (Betsy) and Alan Williams of Marietta, and John Robinson Bogle and Leta Marie Bogle of Atlanta. He is survived by 10 grandchildren Lindsay, John, and Jacob Bogle, Alexandra and Joseph Bogle, Ben, Zach, and Caroline Williams, and Amanda and Andrew Bogle. Ken is also survived by 2 great-grandchildren, Jeremiah and Isaiah Bogle. Ken attended the Harris Art School in Nashville in the late 1940’s where he met his future bride, Ayliffe Jacobs. Ken worked in advertising in New York in the early 1950’s and then returned to Atlanta where he worked as the Creative Art Director for Scripto for many years and later Wilkinson Sword, receiving multiple industry awards. Ken was an avid golfer who enjoyed his membership and treasured his buddies at Canterbury Golf Club in Marietta for many years and later at Dogwood Golf Club in Austell. Ken and Ayliffe were active members of John Knox Presbyterian Church in Marietta for more than 40 years. Ken provided extraordinary endof- life care for his mother Gladys, his brother Leland, and for his beloved wife Ayliffe. He was a gentle, compassionate soul who gave very deeply of himself to others. A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 2, 2013 for 2 pm at John Knox Presbyterian Church, 505 Powers Ferry Rd, Marietta, GA. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to John Knox Presbyterian Church in Marietta, GA or to the American Cancer Society.

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