Friday, January 09, 2009

Past AWPPW Local 67 Simpson Pulp worker Clark Hogan passes away.

Clark E. Hogan Jr., 66, Caldwell, Idaho died Thursday, Jan. 1, 2009, at home. Cremation arrangements are by Flahiff Funeral Chapel. 459-0833. Clark was a softballer and avid hunter. Went way too young.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rich,

66 does seems too young. Sorry to hear of his passing. It has been said that shiftwork cuts years off the average lifespan.

What has ex-67 prez Swaner been up to?

samoasoftball said...

8:44pm-I do not know what Swaner is up to. Anyone else out there know?

Rambo said...

Hey Rich,
I am going to be in town last part of Feb. Would like to take you and wife out to dinner and catch up on old times if your interested.

samoasoftball said...

Rambo-Yes! Let me know when you are in town!

Anonymous said...

come on, you have to ask richard if he is interested in free food?

Rambo said...

What I didn't tell him is we will be going to OH's Townhouse

:-D

Rambo said...

Rich,
most likely be last week in Feb. IO will be in Waikiki from 8th till 20th then will be flying in to see the family.

Anonymous said...

Jerry Swaner?
last I heard he had a shop over in the vally

EkoVox said...

I really liked Clark Hogan. He would stop into Two Street Music to talk to Rus Krause and the place became Floyd's Barbershop whenever Clark appeared.

You may remember his wife Pat who worked at the Works for Larry Glass and passed from cancer at a very young age.

A bit more of old Humboldt has passed.

Anonymous said...

Have fun at OH's night club Rambo.

Anonymous said...

Clark Hogan and Pat Hogan were my parents, who both died at a young age. Just to set the record straight, my mother passed away from a severe asthma attack and not cancer. My dad died unexpectedly at home from a massive heart attack. My dad asked to be cremated if and when something happened to him. We released his ashes on January 10th in Marsing Idaho over the Snake River. At his request we are holding a memorial celebration of his life at Eagle Island in Meridian Idaho on the Fourth of July (one of his favorite holidays). We have established a webpage in his memory at www.clark-hogan-jr.memory-of.com for those interested in leaving messages or to find out more info on his memorial. Thanks to all for the kind words, also I think Swanner is in Anderson or Redding.