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Hope's Release March 8

John "Jack" Hogan PDF Print E-mail

May 26, 1934 - Oct. 17, 2013

John “Jack” Hogan, 79, Wautoma, formerly of Berlin, passed away Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013, at Wild Rose Manor.

He was born May 26, 1934, in Sturgeon Bay, the son of Harold and Clara Hogan. He married the former Janice Anderson and they had three children together. She preceded him in death.

John served his country in the United States Navy. Later, he owned a petroleum distribution business for many years and drove a gas truck and semi-truck. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, boating and dancing. He loved animals, especially their dog, Jo Jo. He spent the winter months at Homosassa, FL.

Jack is survived by his special friend and partner: Joan Blader, Wautoma; three children: Chris (Jeff) Weir, Berlin; Steve (Eve) Hogan, Maui, HI; and Cheryl (Mark) Doro, Berlin; two grandchildren: Tanya (Chance) Astrack, Greenville; and Ryan Doro, Oshkosh; two great grandchildren: Claudia and Charlotte Astrack, Greenville; two sisters: Carol Moreaux, Sturgeon Bay; and Mary (John) Mosgaller, Egg Harbor. He is further survived by Joan Blader’s children: Kim (John) Van Allen, Kirk (Andrea) Blader, Kris Blader, Karla (Paul) Mozdzen, Kevin (Cyndi) Blader, and Kaycee Blader.

He was preceded in death by his wife: Janice Hogan; his parents; and by one brother: Leon Hogan.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. at Wiecki-Skipchak Funeral Home in Berlin. Burial will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Sturgeon Bay.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 10 a.m. until the time of services.

The family wishes to thank all the staff for the care Jack had throughout his illness. Also, a special thank you to Joan Blader for all she did to care for John and making him happy in his final years.



 

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