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3994 Monroe Hwy
BALL, LA 71405
Phone: 318-640-1375
Fax: 318-641-3012
Walker Ogden

Walker Rhea Ogden Jr.

Saturday, August 19th, 1939 - Tuesday, June 4th, 2019
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Mr. Walker Rhea Ogden, Jr., age 79, of Pineville, entered eternal rest on Tuesday, June 4, 2019, at his residence, surrounded by his loving family.

Mr. Ogden was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and brother. He was a graduate of Baylor University, where he played football. He retired from Willamette Valley Company after serving as Vice President for many years. He was a faithful member of the Philadelphia Baptist Church and dearly loved his Sunday school buddies. One of Mr. Walker’s favorite activities was spending time with family and friends. If you knew him, you probably would have heard one of his favorite jokes (more times than once) or tasted one of his “all world” steaks. . Not only did he love to make people laugh, but he touched the lives of many with his kind and generous heart. He will forever be missed by those that loved and knew him.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Walker Ogden, Sr. and Eliza Mae Brannon; brother-in-law, Sgt. Major Jim Gibbons; and son-in-law, Steve Stockton.

Mr. Walker is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Dona Hargrove Ogden; sisters, Virginia "Aunt Suzy" Gibbons of Kilgore, Texas and Ruby Dodgen (Leon) of Kilgore, Texas; son, Michael Rhea Ogden of Shreveport; daughters, Angela Stockton Nessmith (Michael) of Pineville and Julie-Anna L. Ogden of Pineville; grandchildren, Jacob Stockton (Haley), Landon Walker Stockton, Julianna Ogden, Michael Walker Ogden, Amber Hebert (Tavis), and Austin Nessmith; and great grandchildren, Kasen and Hadley Hebert.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that any donations be made to the building program at Philadelphia Baptist Church or to the charity of your choice in his name.

Mr. Ogden was not a fan of big “to do’s”, so his wishes were to keep the funeral “short and sweet” with his family.

Friends may post online messages of condolence for the Ogden family by visiting www.gallagherfh.com.
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Jody Clark

Posted at 03:11pm
I don’t remember when I first met Walker. It just seemed like he was always there. When we moved to Louisiana he was an instant friend. He immediately began the process of turning a Yankee into a Southerner. He did it. I have met only a handful of people who “never met a stranger” and Walker is a member of that select group. A big tough guy that would give the shirt off his back to anyone in need or who he thought just needed a helping hand. His family was the center of the universe and he never wavered from that orientation. I feel humbled to have been called his friend. Friends can never be separated. I am grieved for Donna and the rest of the family but I am grateful for his deliverance to a destination he had confidence and faith in arriving at one day. Bill Clark
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Bill Clark

Posted at 10:05am
I don't remember when I first met Walker. It just seemed like he was always there. When we moved to Louisiana he was an instant friend. He immediately began the process of turning a Yankee into a Southerner. He did it. I have met only a handful of people who never met a stranger and Walker is a member of that select group. A big tough guy that would give the shirt off his back to anyone in need or who he thought just needed a helping hand. His family was the center of the universe and he never wavered from that orientation. I feel humbled to have been called his friend. Friends can never be separated. I am grieved for Donna and the rest of the family but I am grateful for his deliverance to a destination he had confidence and faith in arriving at one day.
CD

Carolyn Davison

Posted at 04:06pm
I didn’t know Walker personally but through his wonderful sister and good friend Virginia. I prayed for him many times and will be anxious to make his personal acquaintance in heaven someday. Pray comfort to his family as they feel their loss. Carolyn Davison
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Kathy Lee

Posted at 02:43pm
Mr. Walker was like a second dad to me all through high school. He laughed at ALL my dumb jokes and made me think I was the funniest person around. Mr. Walker always included me and took care of me like I was one of his own, and he always seemed to be sincerely concerned about me and tried to help me any time he could. I’ll always remember his laugh, smile, and his encouraging spirit. I loved him very much,and he will always hold a special place in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with the Ogden family. ❤️ Kathy Smart Lee
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Tesha216@yahoo.com

Posted at 08:49pm
What a kind man! Truly a gentleman. Always had an sweet smile and encouraging word. The world needs more Mr Ogdens! Praying for you all! Stephen & Letitia Lincecum
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