- [S4] Knoxville News-Sentinel (Tennessee), 29 Feb 2004.
Bessie Mae Simpson Ogle obituary
- [S26] Berry Funeral Home, (www.berryfuneralhome.com), 3 Dec 2012.
Thomas Allen Ogle Sr. obituary
- [S112] Census, 1940.
name: Faymer Hutchins
titles & terms: Jr
event year: 1940
event place: Ward 25, Knoxville, Civil District 3, Knox, Tennessee, United States
marital status: Single
race (standardized): White
relationship to head of household (original):
relationship to head of household (standardized): Son
estimated birth year: 1935
residence in 1935: Same Place
enumeration district number: 97-125
family number: 73
sheet number and letter: 4B
line number: 47
nara publication number: T627
nara roll number: 3959
digital folder number: 005461331
image number: 00423
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Faymer Hutchins M 27 Tennessee
wife Della Hutchins F 25 Tennessee
son Faymer Hutchins M 5 Tennessee
daughter Charlotte Ann Hutchins F 2 Tennessee
- [S26] Berry Funeral Home, (www.berryfuneralhome.com), 7 Dec 2014.
December 8, 1939 - December 7, 2014
Hutchens, Faymer Rhea, Jr. - 79, of South Knoxville, went to be with the Lord, Sunday, December 7, 2014 after a long struggle with health issues. Faymer was surrounded by family & friends when he passed at Ben Atchley State Veterans Home. He was loved by all that knew him and was a staff favorite at Ben Atchley. His warm heart, firm handshake, and mischievous grin made him a welcome guest near and far. When he wasn't working he was usually in the mountains hunting. He was an expert outdoorsman and particularly loved to hunt bear & boar. His hunting excellence was recognized by Southern Outdoors Magazine in 1990 when they did a feature article about him. He was still winning awards for his rifle marksmanship even while residing at Ben Atchley. Faymer's hunting adventures took him from Louisiana to Canada, but his home away from home was nearby in the North River area of Tellico. He was one of the first to organize a party hunt in Tellico and he continued to do so for 50 years. He graduated from Young High School and attended the University of Tennessee until he was drafted into the Navy where he was assigned to the U.S.S. Saratoga. He married Patsy Clark in 1964. He was the proud father of 6 daughters and 1 son, 10 grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild. His grandchildren were his pride and joy. After his service in the Navy, he started his own excavating business, worked with Waste Management, and finished his career with the Tennessee Dept. of Transportation as a blasting specialist. Preceded in death by mother and father, Faymer and Della Hutchens, Sr.; and son, Tommy Ogle, and Tommy's mother, Jean Ogle Hutchens. Faymer is survived by his wife of 50 years Patsy Clark Hutchens; sister, Charlotte Weigel; brother, Biddle Hutchens; daughters, Kim Beets, Tammy Tipton (Greg), Robin Maddux (Mike), Cindy Ogle, Kelli Sexton (Scott) and Katrina Shelton (Jeff); grandchildren, Kacey Wright Kiste (Tyler), Rheagan, Dillon & Ashlyn Sexton, Colby & Peyton Maddux, Landon Wright, Bryson & Bailey Shelton, Thomas Ogle & great grandchild Trey Ogle. He also leaves behind a friend forever, "Cowboy" and his buddy for life, Mike Sizemore along with too many "good ole boys" to mention. The family will receive friends Friday, December 12, 2014 from 5-7pm at Berry Funeral Home on Chapman Highway. There will be a private funeral service. The family would like to extend special thanks to the staff and administration at Ben Atchley Veterans Home, his second home. You treated Faymer and our family with more respect, courtesy and compassion than we could ever have hoped for. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Ben Atchley State Veterans Home, 1 Veterans Way, (memo to) Activity's Department, Knoxville, TN 37931. Condolences may be offered at www.berryfuneralhome.com.