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John W. Ogle

Ansonia, Connecticut

May 9, 1948 – Oct 11, 2015 (Age 67)

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DERBY: John W. Ogle, 67, unexpectedly entered into eternal rest on October 11, 2015, at Brooksville Regional Hospital in Florida. He was the beloved husband of Linda Antinozzi Ogle. Mr. Ogle was born in Derby on May 9, 1948, son of the late William and Romayne Armstrong Ogle. John was a...

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Belated condolences to the family of a man who was pure light in the darkest moments of my childhood. As I was experiencing abuse at home, Mr. Ogle made it a safe and happy haven to come to school. I cannot thank him enough for the positive and unforgettable impact he had in my life. My regrets after learning of his passing when searching for a way to thank him directly. I hope his loved ones read this and smile for how blessed they were to have him in their lives. As was I. Forever with a...

Linda
I just heard about John's untimely passing. I do know what you are going through.
I have such fond memories of our days at Lincoln School. He was such a positive presence there and much loved by students and faculty.
Your life is forever changed but keep the happy memories close to your heart. He will
always be with you and his love will continue to guide you. May you find peace.

Dear Linda and family,

We are so very sorry for your loss. John was an amazing person and will be deeply missed. Thoughts and prayers to you all during this difficult time.

I am sorry for your great loss. And I remember fondly the teachers' picnic with Howard at our home. Sincerely, Rita Manco

Linda, sending our condolences. Love you, Shannon & Greg.

So sorry to hear of John's passing. Much too early. We were great friends in school. This hit me HARD. PLEASE TAKE SOLACE IN KNOWING HE WAS LOVED BY MANY!

Sorry for your loss. He was the Greatest fifth grade teacher. From the school plays to all the stories he would tell us. Rest In Peace.

Linda, I was so sorry to hear about John. John and you had enjoyed so many happy times in Timber Pines. I know there is a void in your heart, but with your spirit and with the help of your many friends you can continue life's journey.

My deepest sympathies to the Ogle family. I'll always remember how we all looked forward to 5th grade at Lincoln School because we would have Mr. Ogle. The look on our faces when he would always guess what his Christmas presents from the class were is something I'll never forget. May he rest in peace.