Three years ago, Doris joined the HealingStrong Community. She was part of the HealingStrong Group meetings, prayer group, and supported an online group in Arizona led by Kay Blackburn. Where Doris made the deepest connections and impact was helping to lead and host Around the Word in 80 Days, an initiative that started a volunteer movement of people from all around the world, all walks of life, all religious backgrounds (and no religious backgrounds). Doris was often one of the first ones on the call, offering to read and pray, and encourage folks who needed a kind word, a listening ear, and a warm smile.
Doris made a difference to so many people. God used Doris in a mighty way, and now we celebrate her dedication to serving our Lord and Savior and leading many people into His Truth through an organization and its community that has provided friendship and great support to Doris from all around the world. All glory to God.
“Doris brought a wisdom and a positive perspective to her HealingStrong group. She always had a humorous way about her that would make everyone smile and laugh. People benefited greatly from her knowledge of scripture and Godly counsel.”
– Kay Blackburn, HealingStrong Group Leader, Arizona
Doris Lenora Walker Ogden, age 69 of Whispering Pines passed away on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 at First Health Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst.
Doris was born on January 12, 1953 in Washington, DC to the late Nathaniel Walker and Naomi Evans Walker. Doris had a long career with Public Broadcasting Service where she worked as Director of Broadcast Operations. Once moving to Whispering Pines, Doris was employed by First Health Moore Regional Hospital where she worked in Patient Registration and later became a trainer for Epic Healthcare Software. She was a member of Yates-Thagard Baptist Church in Whispering Pines. Doris will forever be remembered as a loving and devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend who had a servant’s heart for helping others. Doris opened her home to many throughout her life and helped them when they needed it. She loved working word games and puzzles. Doris enjoyed spending time at the beach listening to the waves and enjoying the sunset.
She is survived by her husband of 31 years, Craig Ogden; her son, Nathan Young of Coleman, FL; her sisters: Barbara Carson of Charlotte, NC; Teresa Walker of Upper Marlboro, MD; and Francine Plummer (Joseph) of Seaford, DE; and a host of nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Rudolph Young; and a sister, Wyomi Evans. Memorial Contributions may be made to HealingStrong.
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