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In Memory of
Justen Glenn Ogden
1995 - 2017
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The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.
SPC. Justen Glenn Ogden, 22 of Atascocita, TX passed away Tuesday, July 11th 2017. Justen was born March 10 1995 in Baytown, TX. A beautiful little boy with bright blue eyes, charming wit, and a smile that could capture any heart. He loved to goof off and have fun, always ready to pull a joke on someone. He was passionate about music and cars and loved to play the drums.
Justen started playing sports as a young child and continued playing Football, Baseball and Basketball throughout school. A 2013 graduate of Hardin High School, Justen was currently stationed at Fort Hood, TX.
He served as a Specialist in the United States Army's 61st Quartermaster Battalion.
SPC. Ogden is a certified Combat Life Saver. His awards and decorations include The Army's National Defense Service Medal, Korean Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army's Good Conduct Medal, Overseas Service Medal, and the Marksmanship Badge.
Justen is survived by his daughter Ellisyn Grace Ogden. Parents Jason and Toni Ogden, sister, Emily Ogden, and brothers, Jeremy Ogden and Justin Jones.
Grandparents Bobby and Sandy Henley of Houston, and Debbie Montgomery of Sherman, Tx and a host of family, friends and Army Buddies, that loved him.
He was proceeded in death by his grandfather Anthony Hanks, and Uncle Jim Rose.
Family meant alot to Justen , he didn't let a day pass without talking to his daughter, brother and sister. He was an excellent father, brother, son and soldier. He will be greatly missed.
His absence will forever be felt by those who loved him.
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