Jeff Oglietti (Sign Guestbook)

Jeff Oglietti, 49, of Knoxville, Tn, passed away suddenly at his home on August 10th, 2019 with his wife and son.

Jeff was born on August 17, 1969 in Sherman, Tx. to Lt. Colonel Anthony Oglietti and Patricia Centorcelli.

Jeff was married on July 4, 2008 to Susan Barclay Oglietti in Sevier County, TN.

He attended Kiski Area High School in Vandergrift, Pa. where he was raised and left behind many friends and family members.

Jeff was “one the hardest workers” as he spent most of his time working as a carpenter and enjoyed home improvement renovations. He enjoyed time with his son Bryson, playing secret spies, building forts and nerf wars as well as playing football. He loved sports and particularly was a big fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He also enjoyed fishing and spending time with his family at home.

Jeff was a respectful man, he was kind to everyone he met, he would help anyone that needed him. He was very sentimental and kept cards, memories of all those who touched his heart. He loved to laugh and always made others around him laugh too. He enjoyed making other people happy.


He is survived by his wife of 11 years, Susan Oglietti and their 7 year old son, Bryson Oglietti; His daughter Haley Oglietti, and 4 grandchildren; his parents, Lt. Colonel Anthony Oglietti and Patricia Centorcelli; stepfather, Ron

Centorcelli; his sister Lori Black and his brother Christian Lants, as well as several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his Stepmother, Janice Ruth Oglietti and Grandparents Frank and Mary Oglietti and Clayton and Gertrude Gontner.

There will be a “Celebration of Life” to be held on August 24th in Knoxville, Tn for immediate family and friends only.

He was cremated at Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel in Knoxville, Tn.

Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Oglietti family and invites you to view and sign the online registry below.

8 guestbook entries for “Jeff Oglietti”:

  1. Kim morehead says:

    Susan and Bryson,
    We are so sorry for your loss. It is so comforting to know that suffering and grieving will be soon be a distant memory. We love you both.

  2. Holly Gontner Baer says:

    RIP my cousin. I will always remember you and the fun I had with you when I would come on vacation and visit you. Then after I moved to Apollo. I love you.

  3. Rachelle Szanto says:

    Jeff was a funny and respected man. I will forever remember him and the big heart he had. My heart is breaking for his family and friends! Until we meet again my friend. With saddened heart’s
    The Szanto Family
    Arnold, PA

  4. Lori Black says:

    Susan and Bryson,
    You are in my thoughts and prayers. I will miss my brother very much.

  5. Naomi says:

    Wow I’m so incredibly shocked and sorry to hear such heartbreaking news. My thoughts are with you and your family, Susan, as I know this is a difficult time. I hope you know I still cherish the memories I have of the two of you together and I hope that you find some form of peace to help you through this loss.

  6. Dana Louden says:

    Hello Susan & Bryson,
    I’m sorry for your loss. & I’m a distant cousin. But Jeff from a young age he was always polite & kind but being a red head he had a temper & when he was young if he got mad enough to cry look out! I remember being picked on in school & he stood up for me & told me the kids didn’t know me. I’ve thought about him over the years & I’m glad he was the best he could be…You all are in my thoughts & prayers His children, parents, siblings, & wife



  8. Denise says:

    So sorry for your loss. Many prayers & much love for your family.

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