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Photo de Gordon Thomas HOGAN
Fiche créée le : 2004-12-09
Gordon Thomas HOGAN
Père : William Enos HOGAN
Mère : Senja
Décès le : 2004-12-09
Parution : 2004-12-13
Conjoint(e) : Mabel Hogan
Paru dans : Fair Haven Funeral Home, Moncton, NB

Gordon Thomas Hogan July 24, 1914 - December 09, 2004 Funeral arrangements by Jenkens Funeral Home Cremation and Reception Centre Mr. Gordon Thomas Hogan, age 90 years, passed away on Thursday, December 9th, 2004 at St. Josephs’ Hospice. He will be laid to rest with the love of his life Mabel (May 2004). He will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his son Lawrence and daughter in law Harleen; grandchildren Shannon (Stan), great grandchildren Holly, Marlon and Shannon; daughter in law Eila Hogan; grandson Tim and his wife Helen, great grandchildren Spencer and Reighly, granddaughter Tracy, great granddaughter Hailey, grandsons Terry and Tod. He is also survived by his brother Art and his wife Verna and their family of Vancouver, BC., his sisters Senja Faber of Thunder Bay, Pat and Nello Schiebel of Kitchener, Josi Vandrin and family of Crookston, USA, Doreen Derocher and family of Montreal and Sister Monica of Chatham, O, sister in law Kay Hogan and family of Thunder Bay, brother in law Mitch Wicheruk and family of Atikokan, sister in law Doris (Ab) Bernst and family of Thunder Bay as well as numerous relatives of Mabel’s side of the family. He was predeceased by his wife Mabel (May 2004), son Ronald Sept. (2002), his parents William Enos and Senja, brothers Joseph and Andrew and wife Kay, sisters: Lillian Wicheruk, Phoebe and a brother Francis in infancy, half brothers; Barney, Leo and William, half-sister Phoebe, brother in law Paul Vandrin and numerous relatives on Mabel’s side of the family. A memorial service for Mr. Hogan will be held in the chapel of Jenkens Funeral Home Cremation and Reception Center on Tuesday, December 14th, 2004 at 1:30P.M. with Rev. Richard Kowalchuk officiating. A private interment in Sunset Memorial Gardens to follow. Memorial donations to the St. Joseph’s Care Group would be appreciated. “A Legacy to Gordy” He was born in Banning, Ontario and lived as a small child in Kasabowie and Emo, Ontario. At an early age in life he and his brothers Art and Joe ventured to Port Arthur, taking up residence in Jumbo Gardens. He started his working career at S.J. Hills and Sons. Before too long he bought his first truck by getting a loan from his aunt, Mrs. Hill. Hauling pulp in the winter and sand and gravel in the summer. Like his ambitious father he invested in property. The people of his era were very hard working. In 1940 he and my mother moved to Fort William and got into the cartage business. His favorite past-time was investing in “penny-ante” stocks and trying to find gold mines. He had curled at the Fort William Curling Club in earlier years and traveled extensively. His weekends, years ago, were spent at his camp at Anderson Lake with his friends, relatives and grandchildren. He was a thrifty mentor and contractor, being very generous to many relatives and helping needy people. He will be remembered as a kind and gentle soul and will never be forgotten, for he was a nurse to my mother for the last few years. May you rest in peace Dad, for you have definitely earned it because of your caring ways. “Love-Lorne” “A Word Of Thanks” To Dr. Debakker, Dr. House and the many other doctors for taking such good care of my father. To the nurses of the emergency and 1”A” staff, thank you ever so much. Also the Thunder Bay Regional Hospital staff and Dr. Dodick for looking after both of my parents during their illnesses. Your care and compassion will never be forgotten. The Hogan Family JENKENS FUNERAL HOME CREMATION AND RECEPTION CENTRE


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