Naomi Ogden

Fairbanks, Alaska

1964-2013 (Age 49)


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Naomi Ogden, 49, of North Pole, went home to be with the Lord on Aug. 6, 2013, while surrounded by her family.She was born May 13, 1964, to Irene and Bernard Jacobson in Huntsville, Ala. Naomi was the youngest of four children and her family moved to Fairbanks when she was an infant. Naomi was a...

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My little Sister, I will always miss her!

I have not seen Naomi in years, my children Valerie and Jared would play with Melinda and Andrew at the Press home. She always had a smile, such a beautiful person and loving mother. Our prayers go out to her children. May you find comfort and peace with family and friends.

My thoughts and prayers for Naomi's entire family. I work wit Naomi at Sourdough Express for many years. And I was very sad to hear of your loss. She will be greatly missed. Rest in peace our dear Naomi

We worked with Naomi at Sourdough Express for many years. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Dave and the family.

Naomi was an earthly angel who made each of our lives more beautiful with her friendship. She was kind, patient, resourceful, and hard-working, even until the end. When I first started at UAF/CTC (then TVC), she always made time for me to help me learn the ropes. I'll miss seeing her smile.

So sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Naomi and she was a kind and gentle person. She will be missed here on earth. But will be welcomed in Heaven.

You will always be dear to our hearts. Thank you for your friendship and love. I miss our dark chocolate moments and texts. See you later alligator. :)

We are all the richer for having known Naomi. She did her job here on earth and shared her heart, her love, her passion and her wonderful "SELF" with the rest of us and well, she just made us all want to be a better person because we saw how much SHE blessed everyone she was around. She will be sorely missed but I am glad that she is "home" now and still talk to her every day. ;) As Dave said, we will get that ride in heaven when we meet...(((hugs))) to the family and all...

My sincere condolences to all of Naomi's family and friends. I worked with Naomi at UAF's Community and Technical College (formerly TVC). She was a delightful person to work with--talented, conscientious, and someone dedicated to excellence in all that she did. It was clear to all who worked with her that she was devoted to her family and to her community. She left us far too early. She will not be forgotten.

In sympathy,

Rick Caulfield, Juneau