Terry Lynn Hoglen

September 9, 1956 - August 3, 2014
Terry Lynn Hoglen

Terry Massingill Hoglen, 57, of Hendersonville died Sunday, August 3, 2014 at the Elizabeth House in Flat Rock.

Born in Kingsport, TN, she was the daughter of the late William C. Massingill and Wilma M. Howell.

Terry enjoyed cooking, baking and spending time with her family. She had such a compassionate soul and reached out to those in need. She was a friend to anyone she met. Terry will be greatly missed by family and friends. She was of the Christian faith.

Terry is survived by her husband, Mark Hoglen of Hendersonville; daughter, Monica Embler and husband, Michael, of Candler; grandchildren, Tyler Paul and wife, Emily, Nolan Embler and wife, Krystal; and Alex Embler; great-grandchildren, Laura, Connor, Kaden, Braidon, Mason, Landon, Dillon and Kayla; sister, Carol M. Dunn and husband, Allen, of Candler; brother, William C. Massingill II of Knoxville, TN; Daniel Paul whom she considered a son; and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 6 pm Friday, August 8, 2014 in the Kirby Memorial Chapel of Shuler Funeral Home. Pastor Donna Hall will officiate.

In lieu of flowers, donations for a memorial stone at Four Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care may be sent to Monica Embler, PO Box 822, Candler, NC 28715.


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  • August 06, 2014
    Billie Jean says:
    Fuzzy on this date too but it was around then - It was Momma Dean's birthday and she wanted to go to Gatlinburg to see the Christmas Lights one year. As it was, whatever Dean wanted, Terry made sure she either got it or it happened. I was in for my December visit then & we had the idea to take off real early that Saturday & get Dean to Gatlinburg - With Terry driving Dean's car, off we go at about 6 a.m. heading west for beautiful Tennessee. Of course, we couldn't possibly make it straight there before getting off the beaten track (i.e. LOST)but Oh My Gosh! What a place to be lost in and it didn't feel as though we were lost at all - We were all 3 together wandering around East Tennessee - ended up at Cade's Cove, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville & almost Dollywood before we actually got to Gatlinburg! But it was such a quick ride because of the 3 of us getting tickled at what we were doing, laughing ourselves silly and we couldn't have cared less that we hadn't reached our "destination" in the allotted time frame - We still made it there and even better, we made it there later in the day while the Christmas lights were ON instead of during the day when there would have been no lights on to see. We had wonderful food while we were there and one of the best parts is that I have Gatlinburg & our walk down the street there (in the freezing cold) on video! Needless to say we made it back home safe & sound but much later than anticipated at the beginning of the day - but we really didn't care - It was MAGNIFICENT! And Terry's idea.....

  • August 05, 2014
    mary pruitt says:
    sorry for your loss i knew terry for a long time we lived at garan trailer park years ago .she well be missed

  • August 05, 2014
    Debbie Herron Rhodarmer says:
    Sending the most comforting thoughts and prayers in such a sad time- Love Debbie

  • August 05, 2014
    Ann abbott says:
    Mark I'm so sorry .. Terry was a very sweet lady she will be missed I'll keep you in my Prayers

  • August 06, 2014
    Billie Jean Tragle says:
    There are no words... I feel SO Blessed to have had Terry in my life - We are the lucky ones to have known her, her beauty inside & out, her kindness & compassion not to mention her wonderful cooking. She is truly Amazing Grace. My heartfelt thoughts & prayers for everyone. Until we meet again, My Sweet Friend!