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David Michael Ogden

2020-03-09

David M. Ogden, age 76 of Yulee, FL passed away on Sunday, March 8, 2020 at his home.

Services to celebrate his life will be at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard.

Memories

DALE AND DEBBIE PARKE March 9, 2020
So sorry to hear of Mikes passing. Still can hear him whistling in the front yard. Will miss stopping and talking to him on our way home from our walks.

HOLLY, PHILIP, RYAN, BROOKE, FELIX AND SADIE March 10, 2020
We are deeply saddened to hear of Mike�s passing. He never knew a stranger and befriended everyone he ever met. Ryan will miss seeing his Papa for Sunday dinners and hearing his contagious laughter. May he rest in peace!

KELLY, GREYSON AND LILLIAN March 10, 2020
Greyson & Lillian are so sad that their Papa is gone. They love you all to know that you�re loved and they�re thinking about you all. Rest In Peace, Mike, we hope you�re entertaining angels with your guitar, keyboard and vocals.

PAM OGDEN MOYER March 10, 2020
I will always remember and cherish Michael for the stories he had to tell. As one of his many cousins, he always had many to share. When he would call, I would always get comfortable because I knew I would be on the phone awhile hearing new or maybe not so new stories!!! His laugh was contagious and he was always the life of the party. He was truly a family man, loved is wife and boys and just loved life!! He will truly be missed. There will never be another Michael!!! Heaven has gained an angel !

LAUREN March 11, 2020
I�m so glad the last time we spent time together was only days ago and you played your guitars for me. That jazzy sound was beautiful. Thank you for being like a father to me. I will love you, always.

JANET WROBLEWSKI March 11, 2020
Mike was the first person to welcome me to the neighborhood when we moved in three years ago. He was never without a humorous story or joke. His laugh was contagious. He was kind and thoughtful and he made me feel happy. One of the last times I saw him he invited me into his house to play a song or two. He played and sag a song he wrote for Pam, complete with amazing whistling. He spoke of her so often and of his children. He loved his family so much. My heart is with all of you as you struggle to face life without his physical presence. His spirit certainly remains!!!

STEVE TOWNSEND March 11, 2020
Michael and I sort of grew up together each summer here in the mountains of NC at our grandparents cabin. He was always the one that kept things lively, with projects in the basement, adventures around in the woods and fields, or most of all, his latest gas powered model plane. He was quite a celebrity around here then, and has remained one to me all our lives. The last few years have been limited to phone calls that ran the gamut from religion to politics to music and back again. Like cousin Pam says, I mostly just listened.
My heart aches for Michael�s family that I never really came to know, and my prayers go out to all of you. It goes without saying that Michael is with our Lord now, and feels no pain or anguish. This is not good bye, but a farewell until we meet again. Love you Cuz!