Celebration of Life for Elizabeth M. Ogden

Elizabeth M. Ogden (nee McLellan) passed away peacefully on January 8, 2021 in Saint John, New Brunswick at the age of 90. Elizabeth was born November 2, 1930 in Chignecto, Nova Scotia and raised in Moncton. She later moved to Saint John, where she worked as a licensed cardiac technician at the Saint John General Hospital. She was also a successful businesswoman, running several family businesses. After many years in Saint John she and Arnold returned to Moncton. Elizabeth and Arnold enjoyed travelling extensively. Elizabeth was always very active and enjoyed curling, bowling and being with her friends. She was truly a social butterfly. Above all, her family was the love of her life. Elizabeth was known for her loving nature, youthful energy, and kind, gentle soul. She was always at the peak of fashion and the epitome of class, and had the gift of making you the centre of the universe whenever you were within the glow of her spirit. Elizabeth has left us to join Arnold her dearly departed husband of 52 years, her sister Frances (Miller), and parents Jennie (McFadden) and Harry McLellan. Left to grieve her absence are her children, Roxanne Ogden, Barry Ogden (Debbie), and Nancy (Dan Currie), as well as grandchildren Lisa Currie, Andrew Currie (Marian), Christopher Ogden and Joshua Ogden, great granddaughter Alice Elizabeth Currie and Elizabeth’s brother Harry McLellan (Kathy). Donations in memory of Elizabeth would kindly be welcomed to the Alzheimer’s Society or a kind gesture to another. Arrangements are entrusted to Fair Haven Funeral Home, 1177 Salisbury Road, Moncton, NB. Don’t Cry Because It’s Over, Smile Because It Happened


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