Kenneth Ozzie E. Osgood

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Kenneth Ozzie E. Osgood

Kenneth Ozzie E. Osgood 68 of Grafton, VT. and formerly from Saxtons River died on Saturday, December 7, 2013. He passed peacefully in the comfort of his home with his family near.

Ken was born the son of the late Phyllis (Frey) and Earl Osgood in Bellows Falls, VT. on November 22, 1945. He graduated from Bellows Falls High School class of 1964.

On June 17, 1967 Ken exchanged vows with Constance P. OConnor at Christ Church in Saxtons River, VT. with family and friends in attendance. They have been married for forty six years.

Ken worked at Vermont Academy, Hicks Machine, Imtec, and his last job was as a Research and Development Engineer for the PCM Technologies Company in Springfield, VT. He retired in 2011.

Ken enjoyed spending time on his HAM radios, handle N1KLW. He was also working on his private pilots license. Ken enjoyed spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren. He was a volunteer firefighter for Saxtons River and made maple syrup for many years.

Mr. Osgood is survived by his wife Constance P. Osgood of Grafton. He also leaves his four sons and their spouses; Christopher E. Osgood and his wife Karen of Korea, William J. Osgood and his wife Penny of Grafton, Robert K. Osgood of Grafton and David J. Osgood and his wife Tracie of Mt. Pleasant, S.C. His siblings; Douglas Osgood, David Osgood and his wife Cindy. Six grandchildren; Lindsay, Wyatt, Grayce, Christina, Bella and Kathryn in addition to cousins, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Ken is pre deceased by his sister Joan Brooks.

In keeping with Kens wishes there were no calling hours and burial took place privately on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at: Greenhaven Preserve in Eastover, S.C. A gathering to celebrate Kens life will be held on January 4th from 1-4 pm. in the Christ Church, 24 Main St. Saxtons River, VT. 05101. All services were under the care of Cheshire Family Funeral Chapel, 44 Maple Ave. Keene, NH. 03431.

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