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Charitable Donations in Honor of Paula Ogden
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Memorial Created By
Jennifer Remling

Paula Ogden

January 30, 1941 - January 08, 2021

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Paula Ogden. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan virtual and in person gatherings, we will share details here. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
Mom left this poem for us in the file with her will, we wanted to share because this is how she would like us to remember her...Death is nothing at all.It does not count.I have only slipped away into the next room.Nothing has happened.Everything remains exactly as...  see more
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Posts & Photos

  • Jennifer Remling
    This was shared by Paula's brother, Robert Newman:

    Robert Joe Newman was four and a half years old when his little sister, Paula Ann, was born. From her earliest days and the rest of her life she looked up to him.

    Their house in the Humble Camp just...  more
  • Jennifer Remling
    This was shared by Paula's sister-in-law Juwanna Newman:

    I am a writer; words come easily to me, and a week or so ago I found myself writing rather freely on Facebook about Paula and our family history, but now, when it matters for her Memorial, the...  more
  • Dana Newman McCartney
    Here are a couple more pics - it would only let me upload 5 at a time.
    These are also from my parents' anniversary in Ruidoso. You can see that she was having a great time taking her own pictures.
  • Dana Newman McCartney
    Jennifer, Michele, Uncle Butch,

    It is hard for me to believe that Aunt Paula is gone. I loved her so much! She was always so vibrant, energetic and fun to be around. I always loved being around her, ever since I can remember. I used to look forward...  more
  • Brenda Hahne
    Paula and I were friends for 20+ Years. I spent many a Happy Hour with Paula, Jan and Tore. Paula was a wonderful hostess and chef. She always invited me for dinner. I was a single woman and she was such a lovely and dear friend. I stayed with her...  more
  • Vasudha  Bhat
    Paula, we miss you every day. Our hearts sink every time we look across the street to your house. We will always cherish our memories of you and the friendship we shared. You were such a kind and caring individual, and we can all feel the void left by...  more
  • Polly Coleman
    Paula, Pam, and Polly - we were the three peas in a pod. When Paula had rheumatic fever in 6th grade, she had to stay out of school for a period of time. Pam and I would go to Paula's house every day after school and take her the day's homework. We...  more
  • Pamela Hood Hicks
    Paula and I were friends from the 4th grade. Polly, Paula and I. We will have been friends for three quarters of a century. Imagine. The three peas in a pod. I can hardly write this now.
    We had so much fun. We spent nights at each other's houses,...  more