Randa Gail Bradley Ogden, Age :75

Nov 14,1943---Feb 07,2019

Randa Gail Bradley Ogden, aged 75, of El llano, New Mexico, passed away at her residence on Thursday, February 7th, 2019, due to medical illness.

Gail was born on November 14, 1943, in New Britain, Connecticut, to the late Roger Bradley and Lucille Ransom Bradley. Her father was in the military which led to the family traveling and residing in many places throughout the United States and overseas. Gail had a deep love for animals, gardening and nature’s beauty. She fell in love with Northern New Mexico in the 1970’s and resided in Alcalde, New Mexico, for many years living amongst family and friends. Gail returned to live in Westmoreland, Kansas and most recently Topeka, Kansas to care for family and reunite with friends. Gail retired and returned to the place she called “home” in Northern New Mexico to spend time with her family and loved ones.

Gail is survived by her 4 stepchildren, Christina Gutierrez of El Llano, NM, Levi Gutierrez of Velarde, NM, Theresa Gutierrez of Albuquerque, NM and Pamela Wendler of Baudette, MN, her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and close family and friends. Gail touched the lives of so many with her magnetic personality, strong independence, free spirit, perseverance, intelligence and personal drive for positive change.    

At Gail’s request, there will be no formal services held. At a later date, family and friends will be gathering to have Celebrations of her Life in Topeka, Kansas and near the Rio Grande River in Northern New Mexico. Please share here all pictures and special memories of Gail so that everyone whom have had the gift of knowing and loving her may enjoy. 

Arrangements entrusted to the caring professionals of:

Riverside Funeral Home of Santa Fe

3232 Cerrillos Road

(505) 395-9150



Condolences

Judy Feb 11 ,2019

Friend ,Spring Grove ,Illinois

Peace be with Gail and family

Janet Miller Feb 12 ,2019

Friend ,Berryton ,Kansas

Gail was a great person and friend who lead her life to the fullest. She was never at a loss for conversation because of all her life adventures. She loved her family, friends and animals. She left us all too soon.