Jerry Raymond Ogden, 85, of East Falmouth died June 8.

He was born in Clearfield, Pennsylvania, to Harold and Iva Ogden.

After he graduated from St. Francis High School, he enlisted and served for four years in the US Air Force.

Mr. Ogden had a 36-year career as a machinist/group leader for Pratt & Whitney of East Hartford, Connecticut. He was a former resident of Enfield, Connecticut.

Active in the Fisherman’s Cove community where he lived, in December 2004 he and his wife won first place in the annual door-decorating contest. Judging that year was conducted by the staff at the All About Flowers shop in East Falmouth and the prize was a holiday centerpiece. Decorated doors were judged on creativity, originality, effective use of lighting, and overall appearance.

Mr. Ogden served on the board of directors for the Barnstable County Agricultural Association and was a communicant of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church.

He leaves his wife of 18 years, Cynthia (Hurford) Ogden of East Falmouth; his stepchildren, Laura Lapointe of Agawam and Donna and Glen Ferguson of Ellington, Connecticut; three grandchildren in Connecticut, Nicole Ferguson of West Hartford and Jenna Ferguson and Ryan Ferguson, both of Ellington; three siblings; and extended family.

Visitation will be Sunday, June 13, from 4 to 7 PM and Monday, June 14, from noon to 1 PM at Chapman Funerals & Cremations, 475 Main Street, Falmouth.

A funeral service is set to begin at 1 PM following the Monday visiting hour at the funeral home.

Burial will be at Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne.

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