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November 4th, 1922 – Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Service Information
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Ch
Monday, September 10th, 2007

Visitation Information

Natalie Ogram, 84, of Buffalo died Wednesday evening, September 5th, 2007 at Mercy Hospital.

Natalie was the first of two children born to Ward and Lillian (Gorham) Horton. She was born in St. Louis, MO on November 4th, 1922; however, she grew up in Homewood, IL. Following Nursing training she met and married Bill Ogram on November 18th, 1944. They continued to reside in Homewood until Bill™s employer, General Mills, transferred him to Minneapolis. Following retirement, they moved from their home in Wayzata to Buffalo. Together they raised six children.

Natalie is preceded in death by her parents: Ward and Lillian Horton; brother: Ward, Jr.; her adoring and loving husband of 54 years: Bill; son: Jim; and most recently, daughter: Terri.

She is survived by her daughter: Carolyn Ogram of Buffalo; sons: Bill (Colleen) Ogram of Minnetonka; Mike (Nancy) Ogram of Anchorage, Alaska; and Rob (Amy) Ogram of Maple Lake. 15 grandchildren plus (Spouses): (Derrick Ogram, Robert Ogram, Kimberly (Rich) Bordas, Brianne (Scott) Wawrzyniak, W. Blake Ogram, Taylor Ogram, Brian Ogram, Katherine (Mitch) Hawkins, James Ogram, Betsy Ogram, Joe Ogram, Maggie Ogram, Carrie Ogram, Christina Ogram, Ben Ogram and one great-grandchild on the way; other loving friends and family.

Mass of Christian Burial will be Monday, September 10th, 2007 at 11am at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo with visitation starting at 10am.

The interment will be a private service at St. Francis Catholic Cemetery.

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  1. Diane Gapinski

    My deepest sympathy to your family with the loss of your mother. I worked at St Francis Church 10 years ago. Your mother was always a very reliable volunteer, ready, willing and able to do whatever job was needed to be done with a kind heart and lively spirit. God bless her and your family during this time of sorrow.


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