Lucille “Grandma” Ogden

Lucille “Grandma” Ogden, 95, of Leeds passed away on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. She was born in Port Byron, NY, a daughter of the late Glenn Dawson and Ethel Fellows Dawson Moody. She married Richard Ogden on August 17, 1943.

Formerly of Auburn and Coxsackie, Mrs. Ogden later moved to Wild Wing Park and then to Leeds. A member of the First Reformed Church for many years. She operated the hospitality cart for 10 years at the former Catskill Hospital. She volunteered with Meals on Wheels for the Greene Dept. of Aging and was involved with the Republican Committee at the little Red School House.

Wife of the late Richard Ogden who died 4/26/2013; mother of Patricia Eisenhardt (Karl) of Leeds and the late Thomas Lee Ogden. Sister of Vern Dawson of North Carolina. Step daughter of the late Harold Moody. Grandmother of Amanda Rose (Shawn), Tonya Eisenhardt (Ross Rivenburg), Nicole Eisenhardt (Daniel McSorley), Mikayla Eisenhardt (Matthew Schoenewolf), Kendell Ogden (Kyllie Fortin) and Thomas Ogden; great grandmother of Nathan Rose, Gavin and Karla McSorley, Kimber Rivenburg and Wyatt Ogden; honorary grandmother of Tracy DeRose, Brianna Bernard and Raven Patterson.

Calling hours will be held on Friday from 4:00 - 6:00 pm at Millspaugh Camerato Funeral Home, 139 Jefferson Hgts., Catskill. Face coverings must be worn, and social distancing may limit capacity in the funeral home. A funeral service and burial in the Town of Catskill Cemetery will be privately held on Saturday.

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