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Maria L. Ogas


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An Angel living on earth has went to her home in Heaven. Maria L. Ogas, 53, of Roswell, NM has left us on December 8, 2020. She was born on December 29, 1966.

Maria was the daughter of Rudolph D. Ogas and Teodora O. Ogas, which are with her in Heaven.

She is survived by her daughter and Son in Law, Priscilla A. Ogas and Chris Prudencio, her grandson Samuel A. Ogas, and her son Joseph L. Ogas. Maria is also survived by her siblings Lolita Brinning (Brother in Law) John Brinning, Alvaro Ogas (Sister in Law) Sandra Ogas, Barney Ogas (Sister in Law) Becky Ogas, and one younger brother Randy Ogas (Sister in Law) Graciela Ogas. Maria also had a number of neices and nephews who loved her dearly.

Maria was loved by everyone who knew her. She was so kind, caring, gentle, and selfless. She was willing to help anyone in need who asked her without hesitation.

Maria was a nurse for over 25 years using her God given talents of kindness, generosity, and tender loving care towards all her patients. Maria was always independent and never asked for a thing from anyone, but wouldn’t hesitate to sacrifice everything she had to make someone else happy.

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Maria loved greatly all her fellow nurse colleagues. She always spoke highly of them and treasured her job being an RN nurse on Med/Surge floor.

I wanna thank my mom, Maria L. Ogas as well as all Frontline workers for all the sacrifices they do every single day. She was a great role model for my brother and I. She will be missed greatly, but never forgotten. We Love You Mom! We will see You again!

There are Angels God puts on this Earth
Who care for us and guide us.
You can feel their love and gentleness
As they walk through life beside us.
They do great things for us every day
They whisper in our ears,
They even hold us in their hearts
When we are filled with all our fears.
They are always there for give a hug
And try to make us smile.
They treat us with respect and love,
They treat us like their child.
God blessed me with an Angel,
I’m proud to call my own.
She’s been with me throughout my
Life, been with me as I’ve grown.
She’s guided me the best she can,
She’s taught me like no other,
And I’m thankful I’m the lucky one
Who gets to call her…
— Love, your daughter Priscilla.

If Roses Grow in Heaven

Lord, please pick a bunch for me,
Place them in my Mother’s arms
And tell her they’re from me.
Tell her I love her and miss her,
And when she turns to smile,
Place a kiss upon her cheek
And hold her for a while.
Because remembering her is easy,
I do it everyday,
But there’s an ache within my heart
That will never go away.
— Love, your son Joseph


When I think of heavenly Angels
And all the good they do
They remind me of the qualities
God must have instilled in you.
A nurse whose heart is filled
With tender loving care
Her comforting words and smile
She always seems to share.
So please keep this Angel
As a reminder to you
That you have earned your Angel
Wings for all the things you do.
— Dedicated to all nurses, including Maria Ogas

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