1968 – 2022
Born August 7, 1968 A native to Spokane WA was taken from this world in a tragic motorcycle accident on Bicentennial Way in Santa Rosa CA on March 20, 2022. Curt was a lifetime extraordinary carpenter that through his career started In woodworking and that led him to building million dollar homes. The type of guy to pick up a wrench and fix a car or pick up a hammer and build a home. Who enjoyed camping, boating, a proud ECV clamper, loved riding motorcycles, watching Nascar, an avid Seattle Seahawks fan, loved performing charity with his motorcycle club The Good Ol’ Boys MC and enjoyed singing in his band Raw. He worked hard to honor the loved ones he lost Larry Ratto and Dave Komro and helped create Camp Komratto to honor their memory. A man who always worked tirelessly for the benefit of others. He prided himself with 15 years clean and sober and enjoyed the outreach he did for others while guiding them with their life of sobriety. Above all Curt was a family man who loved his wife kids and grandchildren. Curt has gone on to the golden hills to be with his father Curtis Eugene Ogden and his mother Donna Mae Raven. Curt was survived by his wife Cari Ogden, his brother Ron Ogden, his sisters Kim Ogden and Erin Chase, his daughter Cheyanne Ogden, his step children Amanda Peters, Kris Signs, Madi Hanson, Devin Oliva, Max Colfer, Carson Hanson and his grandchildren Zayden Christopher Curtis Leathers, Harlow Bee Hanson, Jayden Upchurch, Kayleigh Peters and Jaxxon Peters. He will truly be missed by many. May he rest in peace.
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I miss you soooo much. Today was Zayden’s 5th birthday. As I saw him and Harlow riding in the little Jeep with your “in memory” sticker on the back, I couldn’t help but feel a deep void. It’s only been 2 months since you’ve left us and everything sucks with out you. I wish I would’ve showed my appreciation for you while you were here. I could only hope that you know now. Please look over Harlow for me. I know she misses you because when she see’s photos of you she points and starts saying, “pa-pa…pa-pa…” it breaks my heart because I know you two absolutely adored each other and she won’t have you there to model what a man should be and how they should treat woman. I love you so much and you were such an amazing dad to me. I miss you. I wish you were here every single day.