Jack Monroe Ogden

November 11, 1930September 5, 2019

Jack M. Ogden was born in Dallas, TX to Coatnie and James Ogden. Jack chose a career in automotive as a mechanic after graduating high school. Jack found the love of his life ( Mary) whom he is proceeded in death by. Jack is survived by his 2 children: daughter Vicki Walls and son Gary Ogden along with a host of other family and friends.


  • Mrs. Vicki Walls, Daughter
  • Mr. Gary Ogden, Son


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Jack Monroe Ogden

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Shirley Cordell

September 11, 2019

Spent many weekends racing with this great family. Mary and Jack were like a second Family to us. Wonderful memories with them.
Jack was a fine man and will never be forgotten.
Special prayers going out to the family.
Thank you Jack & Mary and see you on the other side 🙏🏻🙏🏻😢♥️

Michael Kenney

September 10, 2019

Dear Ogden family,
May you know peace and comfort at this time.
Jack was a solid “salt of the earth” kind of man. As my mother would say - “he didn’t mince words”. He was an outstanding high school athlete and a very good mechanic .... he will be remembered as a good man.

Sue MacFarland

September 9, 2019


You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.
When I would drop by the shop for car repairs your Dad was always there we would visit. He was a icon to the shop and will be missed.

Time will help you heal from the grief.

Friend Always,

Dale MacFarland

September 9, 2019

Gary and I met back defore the seventh grade and if you know Gary you know that wasn't yesterday. Jack was a constant in my life, always available at the shop. Many hours spent visiting and learning. Mr. Ogden you are loved and missed. Your friend Dale.

Terry Tucker

September 9, 2019

Jack Ogden worked on my folks and my cars since the 1960's. Fine man and one heck of a good mechanic. I can still hear his sprint car revving up from the days back in the 60's when he would work on it in the shop when I was at Lida Hooe school right by the old shop on Hampton. Rest in peace Mr Ogden.