All obituaries are from The Arizona Republic unless otherwise indicated.

OGDEN, Hurley W.

Hurley W. Ogden, 81, a World War I Army veteran who came here 57 years ago, died Wed., March 30, 1977, in Phoenix Veterans Hospital. He was a retired watchman. Survived by a son-in-law and a grandson. Memory Lawn Memorial Park, 719 N. 27th Ave. A.L. Moore & Sons Mortuary. Arizona Republic 4/1/1977.

OLSHAN, Sarah T.

Sarah T. Olshan, 80, who moved here in 1953 from Connecticut, died June 26, 1978, in her home. Husband, Calvin; children, Wendy Lawson, Neal and Andrew; three grandchildren and a brother. Graveside services Phoenix Memorial Gardens, 9300 E. Shea. The Arizona Republic 6/27/1978.

OLBERG, E. Charles

E. Charles Olberg, 85, died April 28, 1978, in a local medical center. He was an Arizona resident for 45 years and owner of Sun Valley Art Studios. Daughters, Gwendolyn Teeter and Evelyn Wright; stepdaughter, Shirley Monday; four grandchildren. St. Mary's Church. The Phoenix Gazette Saturday, April 29, 1978

OLSON, Harley

18 March 1920 - 14 April 1978
Harley L. Olson, 58, died April 14, 1978, in Phoenix General Hospital He came to Arizona 35 years ago and had worked for AiResearch Manufacturing Co. the entire time. Wife, Stephanie; sons, James and Richard; two grandsons and a sister and a brother. Northwest Mortuary. The Arizona Republic Monday, April 17, 1978

O'MALLEY, Dr. Glenn E.

Glenn E. O'Malley, 59, Arizona State University professor of English the past 10 years, died April 22, 1978, in a Valley nursing home. No services are planned. O'Malley, 3220 S. Terrace Road, Tempe, moved to Arizona from Illinois 10 years ago. He earned bachelor and master's degrees from Western Reserve University in Cleveland and a doctorate in English from Princeton University. He taught one year at Princeton and 15 years at northwestern University before moving to the Valley. He was a World War II veteran. O'Malley was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi fraternities, Modern Language Association and American Association of University Professors and wrote several studies on romantic poetry. He was to have been awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award at ASU May 3. Survivors include his wife, Mildred; his mother, Mrs. Nellie Kennedy, and a sister. The Phoenix Gazette Monday, April 24, 1978