Kyle Sterling Ogden

Kyle Sterling Ogden
September 17, 1968 – February 26, 2020

Kyle Ogden, 51, of Bryan, passed away on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, in Bryan. A Memorial Service will begin at 2 pm, Wednesday, March 4, 2020, at First Christian Church, 900 South Ennis Street, Bryan, Texas 77803.

Kyle was born in Bryan to E.J and Hazel Ogden, on September 17, 1968. He attended Bryan High until he transferred to Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Missouri where he graduated in 1987. After graduation, Kyle was employed at Texas A&M where he worked for the athletic department maintaining Kyle field for a number of years before he began his work as a power plant operator there.

He was an avid sports enthusiast his whole life and enjoyed being outdoors. His family and friends will remember his legacy as being the BIGGEST AGGIE without ever attending TAMU. Kyle loved the spirit of his hometown sports team of Texas A&M University. He enjoyed simple living, no drama, just fantasy football in many, and we mean many, different football leagues. Kyle also loved music, his favorite band to listen to was Blackberry Smoke. Kyle’s claim to fame was that Kyle Field was named after him, and shared that with his co-workers when he was on the field crew in his earlier days with TAMU. His dream was to retire, move to Punta Gorda, Florida with his mother, and become a rockstar. He passed his love for music and all things sports onto his son, Cameron Ogden, who continues to honor his father’s legacy in everything he does.

His father E.J Ogden precedes him in death.

Kyle is survived by his only son, the joy of his life, Cameron and wife Heather Ogden; his mother, Hazel Ogden; his grand dogs, Oso and Rosie; his long life friends from childhood days running around the neighborhood, Eric Angonia, Danny Harvell, and Mike Foster; special friend, Tina Elbrich; and the mother of his son, and life friend, Shana Ogden.

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  1. So saddened to hear about the passing of our dear friend Kyle. It seems like just yesterday he and I were running the streets of the Oaks and playing ball on every field or court we could find. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.

    • My Heart full Prayers
      May Memories be full SMILES..HAPPINESS be with Cameron Family life moves on with connection Love Always there..Music always playing touching each certain way..❤ Miss you Kyle

  2. I echo what Cameron said. We had some great times running around in our younger days. Sad to hear Oggie. Rest in peace brother!!

  3. So heartbroken to hear of Kyle’s passing. Kyle was always a very loving and giving person. I’m very glad I got to have him in my , even if it was for a very short time. I will miss him very much.

  4. So heartbroken to hear of Kyle’s passing. Kyle was always a very loving and giving person. I’m very glad I got to have him in my life even if it was for a very short time. I will miss him very much.

  5. I do not have the words to express my sorrow for your loss. Kyle will always be remembered as a great friend and co-worker. i enjoyed umpiring with him as he was always a fun guy to be around. Here at work he was the one to step up and lend a hand. Always smiling and laughing. God be with you all.

  6. Kyle my love, I will always miss what we had. These 4 months together were amazing. You were the best boyfriend ever. You treated me so good with so much respect and showed me how to love again. I love you so much.

  7. I’m so very sorry to hear of Kyle’s passing. My heartfelt condolences go out to his family. May you rest in peace, Kyle.

  8. Thank you Kyle for the good times , joy , and friendship you gave my little brother. We all are going to miss you . Rest In Peace.

  9. I’ve known Kyle since we were kids. Our Dads worked together and Kyle and I always had that I haven’t seen you in years but still love you attitude. I can remember Kyle loving Elvis and playing his records when I came over. I’m just so sad that he is gone. He will be missed by many. May God give you peace and may God heal those in pain.

  10. So sorry to hear of Kyle’s passing. I’ll miss his friendly smile and always upbeat demeanor very much.

  11. I’m saddened to hear the news of Kyle’s passing. I first met Kyle in grade school and I have fond memories of all the years growing up where we just hung out and played ball. Best of times. Kyle’s enthusiasm for life will be missed. Rest in peace brother, and blessings to your family.

  12. This is such sad news. Kyle was a wonderful person and always a great friend. So many memories. He’ll never be forgotten.

  13. We had so much fun, laughter and good times together. But we are leaving a lot on the table brother. When my days end I will be coming to collect the remainder and pick up where we left off. Until then, Rest In Peace my friend.

  14. Kevin and I were so sorry to hear about Kyle’s passing. He was such a nice person and always had a smile on his face. We remember when his son Cameron, was younger, he and our son Cody spent lots of time hanging out. We viewed Cameron as one of our owns kids! Our prayers go out to Cameron and then entire family.

  15. We were so saddened to hear of Kyle’s passing. Hazel, Cam, and the rest of the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We know that he is dancing in Heaven with E.J!

  16. My deepest sympathies to Kyle‘s family. I remember Kyle from Little League baseball…he was a fierce competitor and excellent teammate. Rest in peace.

  17. I remember Kyle in my 4th grade class. It was my very first year of teaching.. I’ll never forget that happy little boy who made me smile many times! My deepest sympathy you to Kyle’s loved ones.

  18. This breaks my heart KYLE and I were Dazz Band and Earth, Wind , & Fire friends we always wanted to start a band back in the day my condolences go out to his family and especially his son Cameron

  19. I offer my personal condolences and also sympathy from the Refrigeration team at UES. Kyle and I shared some good times at UES through the years and on a trip to San Antonio a few years back. Kyle was always fun to be around and great to work with. My prayers are with all the family and friends of Kyle during this time. RIP brother!!

  20. I’m so sorry to hear the news of Kyle’s passing.
    It’s been a while since I’ve seen him, but I can still remember his chuckle and laugh! Good times Brother! Rest in Peace.

  21. To my friend Mr Kyle Ogden I loved your good spirit your caring and competive heart brother you will be forever missed

  22. Such a shock, what a guy , what a wonderful laugh, never forget that about him. Always willing to listen to your stories, and I enjoyed listening to his, especially of his family and his time working on Kyle Field, and all the sports stories. Thanks you for helping me with my time at UES. R.I.P. GIG’EM

  23. Kyle and I attended Wentworth Military Academy and graduated the same year. What a great person to be around.

  24. I knew Kyle “oger” from Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Missouri. We played football together there. He was a really nice guy and a good friend there.


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