Paulette Ogden

Paulette Ogden

Paulette Jolley Ogden, 65, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend passed away April 26, 2020, in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was born in Everett, Washington, Nov. 25, 1954, to Dee and Lois Jolley. She married the love of her life, Randy Conder Ogden, June 18, 1971, in Richfield.

Paulette was raised by her parents in Richfield, with her sister, Lynnette, and brother, Robin. She helped her parents with their A&W family business in her teen years and met her soul mate in 1969, where they courted for two years until they married. After the birth of their two children (Lori and Rhett) they decided to move to St. George, to build a business and then moved to Las Vegas, two years later to continue the growth of their very successful business in construction where they’ve built thousands of apartments in the Las Vegas area.

You could always find Paulette with her husband, Randy, every Saturday at the Paiute Golf Course and doing the crossword puzzle Sunday morning at her kitchen table. Other than golfing with her husband, her favorite thing to do was spend time with her grandchildren.

She is survived by her loving husband, Randy Ogden; son, Rhett Ogden; daughter-in-law, Teonne Ogden; daughter, Lori Martino; five grandchildren, Ashley, Jarryd, Jocelyn, Terryn and Noah; and great-grandson, Connor, all Las Vegas; sister, Lynnette (Sheldon) Buchanan, Venice; brothers and sisters-in-law, Terry and Cordy Ogden, Austin; and Jerry and Ellen Ogden, McGill, Nevada; and many nieces and nephews, countless family and friends.

She was preceded in death by both of her parents, Dee and Lois Jolley; brother, Robin Jolley; mother- and father-in-law, Jack and Joye Ogden; and nephew, Ryan Buchanan.

Paulette was truly an angel on Earth, one of a kind. She had a heart of gold and always had open arms for anyone who needed it and always opened her home for any and all celebrations for those she loved. She was loved and respected by so many and she will forever be missed.

Graveside services were held Saturday, May 2 at Palms Mortuary Northwest in Las Vegas.