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Sidney A. Ogden
Sid Ogden, of Oak City and Deseret, passed away September 29, 2021 at the age of 70. Born March 27, 1951, to Meith Ogden and Delores Black, he lived his life in the Delta area and married Audrey Ann Black on December 30, 1970, in the Salt Lake Temple.
Sid fell in love with Audrey the first time he saw her when he was a little boy in primary. They were happily married for 25 years and had four wonderful children: Jeffery A (Mary Ann); Roger Dean (Melanie), Jodiann; and Randy Kurt (Becky). He was also the proud grandfather of 15, and great-grandfather of 4.
After Audrey’s passing in 1995, Sid was married to Colleen Christensen on September 16, 2000. They enjoyed traveling and cruises and had many fun adventures together; often with her three children who also enjoyed traveling and spending time with Sid. He thrived on emergency preparedness and was ready to help family and friends in almost any event. He had a brilliant mind and could fix anything. Recently his favorite things were Pepsi floats and eating at the Rancher.
He is survived by his wife Colleen, brother Ronnie, and his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Audrey, his parents, and two grandchildren, Dallin and Aspyn.
Goodbye for now, Sid. You will be deeply missed, but we know you are continuing your adventures (and prepping) in Heaven.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 9, at 11:00 am at the Deseret-Oasis Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building. Interment will be in the Deseret cemetery under the care of Olpin Steven Funeral Home at 12:00 pm. Online condolences can be expressed at www.olpinstevensfuneralhome.com.
So sorry to hear of Sids passing. What a great person he was. He was a real inspiration to me in my calling for Emergency Prepardness. He was able to help our Stake group understand what we needed to and why. Love him. Condolences to the family.
Rex Stanworth Oct 6 2021 9:27 PM
I remember him in scouting and as an all around good man growing up he was there to teach the kids in the neighborhood little things that would help them in there lives. he will be missed. And Roger I am so sorry for your dad passing if I was there I would give ya a hug. stay strong.
Richard & Angela Western (ny) Oct 5 2021 10:20 AM
Did and I were friends and classmates. We grew up in Deseret and had many adventures there. Goodbye old friend. I'll miss you.
Dale Jensen Oct 3 2021 7:11 PM
I have so many fun memories of going fun places with Sid. He enjoyed traveling and he took us to the Oregon coast for the first time and we got to see so many beautiful things because he loved going there and knew fun things to do and see. Even though it had been years since we spent Christmas or thanksgiving together, I am going to miss spending holidays with him. I wish I could tell him all of the things I feel now. We love you and will miss you Sid. Until we meet again.
Kami Oct 3 2021 12:46 PM