Larry-Ogle-Obituary

Larry Frazier Ogle

Louisville, Kentucky

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OGLE, LARRY FRAZIER, 66, of Louisville, passed away Friday, April 15, 2005. A native of Louisville, he was a retired captain with the Louisville Police Department. He was a US Navy veteran, a member of the Fraternal Order of Police and the League of Kentucky Sportsmen and a lifetime member of...

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I worked for Larry for many years. What you seen was what you. got. He was a policemen's policeman. He had my utmost respect. I hope time brings you peace. I am sorry for being late I worked out of the Country. one other thing he always took care of his men.

My first recollection of Larry Ogle is of him teaching this 18-year-old police recruit how to shoot a pistol during recruit school. I later had the privilege and honor of working for Larry as a patrolman in the 3rd Dist. Larry taught me how to be a cop, but more importantly, he taught me how to be a man. Sometimes cops can be their own worst enemy, Larry realized this and guided us accordingly. If not for Larry Ogle, I’d not be drawing the retirement check I do today. I’ll admit it and so...

Mary Ann,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You are such a courageous lady. Please call soon. Love, Carla

My Sympathies To The Family

My sympathies to the family. I worked with Mary Ann Ogle and I enjoyed and appreciated my time with her very much. My prayers will be with you and your family.

My deepest sympathy to family and many friends. I worked closely with Larry as one of his district detectives.Gosh! what a cop,he taught me so much about people and in the process I found alot about myself.I will hold fondly the memories shared with him and his beautiful family.Larry's legacy will forever live with those who knew him best, Jim,Billy,Jerry and so many others. He really was the tallest oak in the forest who made his reputation as one of the best cops to ever wear a uniform....

Larry, was always a folk hereo to me.The first day I came on LPD,and met him,I decidied to try to be like him. He was great policeman,and a heck of a boss. He will be greatly missed. My condolence to family.

To the Ogle Family:
I graduated from Ahrens Trade High School with Larry. We both played on the Ahrens basketball team. My condolences to his family