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Shirley Norma Ogden


Shirley Norma Ogden

Shirley Norma Ogden (Bulmer) of Woodstock, NB passed away at Carleton Manor on Feb 19, 2021 at the age of 96.
Shirley was born in Stoney Creek, Albert Co., NB, to Frank and Ida Bulmer (Steeves) on October 1, 1924.

She is survived by her son, Stephen Leo Ogden and wife Marian; daughter Sandra Olmstead and partner Laurie Greenlaw; and daughter Linda and husband Gary Wood. She was the proud grandmother to seven grandchildren, Laura Ogden (Brandon), Meaghan Delaney (Todd), Nicholas Olmstead, Heather Ogden(Matt), Samuel Wood (Sofia), Abigail Olmstead (Dean) and Lindsay Wood (Ty), eight great-grandchildren, Westley and Eowyn Delaney, Jaxon and Xander Olmstead, Elijah Olmstead, Sabastian and Grayson Kinney and Isla Duke. She is also survived by her two loving sisters Betty Williston and Joan Hyslop. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Shirley was predeceased by her husband Leo Ewen Ogden (1993), son Gerald Paul Ogden (1974), and two sisters, Geraldine Banister and Yvonne Marr.

Mom joined the army and met our Dad on the train to Saint John for her basic training. She later married our father in 1945 after he returned home from World War II. They moved over 20 times in the 30 years Dad served in the Armed Forces, Dad retired from the Army and we moved to Woodstock so that he could start his career with Canada Customs in 1972. Mom and Dad loved Woodstock and Mom immediately immersed herself in the community. Mom was active in Girl Guides, Kings Daughters, Eastern Star, Anavets, Royal Canadian Legion, Forever Young Club and the Woodstock United Baptist Church.
Mom loved to have visitors and was a fabulous cook. Nobody left her house hungry. She always had time for her friends and family especially her Grandchildren. Mom loved to garden, knit and crochet. She was an avid traveller and toured Great Britain, Europe, cruised the Caribbean with her four sisters and loved to go for a bumble with anybody that offered.
Special thanks to the staff of Eden Court, Carleton Manor and the staff at Riverside Court. The staff took such wonderful care of our Mom.

Due to Covid 19 the Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

If so desired, memorial donations can be made to River Valley Cancer Group,(Mom was a two-time Breast Cancer Survivor), Valley Food Bank or an organization of the donor's choice.

Arrangements are under the care of the Carleton Funeral Home & Crematorium 337 Lockhart Mill Road Jacksonville, NB

"Serving All Faiths & within the Means of All"
Service Time
Service Location
Celebration of Life Later Date

No Visitation
Visitation Location
No Visitation

Burial Date
Burial Time
later date
Burial Location
Woodstock Rural Cemetery

Requested Charity
River Valley Cancer Support Group,), Valley Food Bank or Donors Choice