Obituaries

Stephen Clinton Ogden
Died: Apr 6, 2013
Stephen Clinton Ogden, born May 17, 1959, died peacefully in this home on April 6, 2013.
 
Stephen was the son of Clinton D. Ogden, Jr. and Clare M. Ogden and is survived by long time love of his life, Monica Accordino DeSanto, son, Jesse C. Ogden and granddaughter, Cheyenne N. Ogden, sisters Kathy (Ogden) O'Brien and husband Eugene, Carolyn (Ogden) Pasquale and husband Dan and their families, several nieces, nephews, cousins and step children.

Steve was self employed as a mobile mechanic, owner of ATT Mobile Truck Repair. He was a true motorcycle enthusiast and enjoyed boating, fishing, target shooting and collecting vintage cars. He was a hard working, loyal and honest man who would help anyone at a moment's notice. Family meant a lot to him. He was a loving and devoted father to his son Jesse, who will carry on Stephen's legacy to honor his father's memory.

Stephen left this life with too many tasks left undone. He will leave a huge void in everyone's life that knew and loved him and will be missed by his many loyal customers. Time will never heal the broken hearts he has left behind.

Visiting hours will be on Wednesday from 5-9 PM at the HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME.  Funeral services will be conducted during vising hours and cremation will be private.
 
Comments:
Teri Palotta
#1
April 8th, 2013 2:08 pm
You will be truly missed! You always had a happy friendly smile, never too busy to take the time to say hi and catch up.I know your sparkling blues eyes will be looking down us and wishing us well Until we meet again, Teri
Alan LaRocque
#2
April 9th, 2013 3:30 pm
Steve and I new each other through work. He always was a gentleman to deal with and a pleasure to know. I will miss him. I enjoyed the calls we would share figuring out parts for vehicles,which were pretty easy when you had someone who new what they were doing. My heart is with Monica and family. AL
Maureen Walsh
#3
April 10th, 2013 9:58 am
Monica, So sorry to hear about Steve. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
scott Newman
#4
April 10th, 2013 2:44 pm
I only knew Stephen for a short time but he always had a smile on his face and gentle way about him. Stephens family had nothing but wonderful things to say about him as he was devoted to his family and friends. I wish I got to know him better, but thankful for the short time I did. Stephen will be missed and my heart goes out to his family.... -Scott
Honey Lyons
#5
April 10th, 2013 5:21 pm
Steve has been my neighbor for about 25 years! He would often show up at his sons 1st grade class for "parents stuff" and my daughter was in Jesses class. Though i didnt know him that well back then, I can still recall the look on his face when the parents were told we would need to "make/sew" the red and white TALL hat from "The Cat in The Hat". the look on Steves face was one of fear!! But as his neighbor I let him know Jesse would have the hat...no worries. And it seemed to me thats how he lived his life..need a hand..just ask him. But if the answer was no, he was truly a man who stood his ground! I dont ever recall seeing him relax, guess that was done on the bike..so I was glad when I heard Steve left this world peacefully in his sleep. So in thinking of that "hat" so many years ago, I now think of the author...and think of Steve and think to myself "Oh the places you"ll go"! May you rest now in peace, and Jesse, I am so sorry you lost your Dad at such a young age.
Irene Lawrenia
#6
April 11th, 2013 11:34 am
Dear Monica, I am so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time. Irene
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