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Nettie Ollre

Nettie Ollre

Nettie “Internet” Huddleston Ollre, 85, of Sugar Land died on February 16, 2021 on the Houston Sugar Land Methodist Hospital in Sugar Land.

Ollre was born on July 26, 1935 in Uvalde to Rosalie Hobbs (Coleman) and James Preston Huddleston.

She labored as an administrative secretary for Fort Bend ISD at Sugar Land and retired in 1989 at Leakey.

In accordance with the household, she and her husband, AG, loved touring and visited many of the United States, together with Alaska, in addition to most of Canada with their longtime and closest pals, Dr. Kennith and Marva Beasley. The household stated they loved touring to England, Scotland and Wales with expensive good friend Joella Perkins to find out about her ancestral roots and family tree with relations. She had traced her lineage again to Charlemagne.

She belonged to the Magna Charta, the seventeenth Century Colonial Women and Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the Texas Affiliation of Retired Lecturers, and the Leakey American Legion Auxiliary.

In accordance with the household, his biggest satisfaction was his three sons and their households.

The household stated they loved learning the Bible along with her husband and attending annual Christian Passover conferences and fall conferences, in addition to supporting Texas A&M College.

She is survived by her sister, Ruby Brigman and her husband, John, of Uvalde; brother, The Hobbs and spouse, Rosie, of Richmond; husband, Dr. AG Ollre III of Sugar Land; two sons, Guiton Ragsdale and his spouse, Donna, and Channon Ollre and his spouse, Kalynn, all of Richmond; daughter-in-law, Priscilla Caldwell Ollre de Garland; 9 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by each dad and mom; brother, Roy Lynn Huddleston; sister, Verian Mae Bailey; and his son, Albert George “Chip” Ollre IV.

In lieu of flowers, donations might be made to Frio Canyon EMS at PO Field 803, Leakey, TX 78873; Leakey Volunteer Fireplace Division; Leakey Lions Membership; The American Legion at; or to a charity of its alternative.

The precedent is a paid obituary.

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