Patrick Ogg, 52

Patrick John Ogg, a resident of Foley, died Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012, in a motorcycle accident.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Tuesday, Sept. 4,  at St. John’s Catholic Church in Foley, with the Rev. Daniel Walz officiating. Burial was  in the parish cemetery.
Pat Ogg was born July 24, 1960, in Shakopee,  to Dennis and Joan (Weling) Ogg. He married Bonnie Jurek  Sept. 5, 1981,  at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, Brennyville. He graduated from Foley High School in 1978. He worked at Midland Nursery for about 10 years, before his recent job of 24 years at Woodcraft. When Pat wasn’t working, he loved the outdoors, whether it was camping with his family, fishing, hunting deer and grouse or riding his motorcycle. Pat and Bonnie would often take weekend trips to northern Minnesota, enjoying the outdoors. Pat was a motivated and caring husband and father. He spent endless hours maintaining and building up their property to his liking. Pat was always keeping himself busy by mowing the yard, maintaining trails in the woods, tree stands, immaculate garden, food plots, landscaping and birdwatching. He took great care of all of his belongings. Pat looked forward to hunting season, fishing season and outdoor adventures. He loved spending any time outside, especially with his wife and family. Pat made several trips on his motorcycle to Jackson,  Wyo., to visit his daughters. Pat always worked hard to provide the best for his family and will be deeply missed. He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife, Bonnie of Foley; daughters, Heidi Ogg of Jackson and Jessica Ogg of Jackson; mother, Joan of St. Cloud; mother and father-in-law, Jacob and Sally Jurek of Foreston; brothers, Jamie (Julie) of Foley, Bruce (Lori) of Foley, Carroll of Rice and Mike of Sauk Rapids; sister, Cindy (Gary) Zimmer of Texas and many nieces and nephews and sisters and brother-in-law, Karla (Mike) Graczyk of  Howard Lake, John Jurek of  Oak Park and Diane (Tom) Zabinski of  St. Cloud.
He was preceded in death by his father, Dennis.
Foley Funeral home