Obituary of Agnes Wolfe
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Agnes Wolfe, 68, of Cherokee passed away on September 27, 2021. She was born in Cherokee North Carolina to the late Charles and Cecelia Johnson. Agnes was a fluent speaker of the Cherokee language. She put this passion to work as a translator at New Kituwah. She loved her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and family. Agnes was known for being an excellent cook with fried chicken and macaroni and cheese being some of her many specialties. In her free time she also enjoyed watching wrestling. She is survived by three daughters, Z. Michelle Long (Waylon), Kerri Wolfe, and Nancy Wolfe; one son, William Wolfe; one special son, Dean Hill; twelve grandchildren, Nichalus, Kyler, Denili, Danny, Josh, Fidel, Michael, Marci, Punky, Joe, Dara, and Will; seventeen great-grandchildren; two sisters, Rachel Littlejohn and Myrtle Driver Johnson; seven nieces, Brenda, Lynn, Lana, Renissa, Dawn, Kim, and Ollie; and one nephew, Tony. In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by three sisters, Mary Ann Bird, Katie Johnson, and Nancy Helen; three brothers, Charles Johnson Jr., John Wayne, and Andrew; three nieces, Myrna Climbingbear, Tara Pheasant, and Cecily Hill; two nephews, Charles Wesley and Charles David; one granddaughter, Dominique French and her best friend Arlene Pheasant. A graveside service will be held on Thursday, September 30, at 10:00am at the Johnson Family Cemetery. Pastor Harley Maney will officiate. Nephews and great nephews will serve as pallbearers. Crisp Funeral Home is assisting the Johnson/Wolfe family with arrangements.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Agnes Wolfe, please visit our Tree Store
Thursday, September 30, 2021
Johnson Family Cemetery
Charlie Johnson Road
Cherokee, North Carolina, United States
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