Meaghan and family - I am so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. It's been a long time, but I think of you often. All of you are in my prayers.
It built my faith to see you and Jim together any morning that I was able to get to weekday Mass at St. Mark. He always had such a kind smile. Other times I would see you with your lovely grown daughters, another sign of love and faith. Inspired by you, I am now able to attend Mass every day at St. Mark, and in the days to come I will remember Jim particularly, praying for his soul in God's loving embrace.
Dear Patty Franklin & Hogan Family,
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May each day bring you renewed strength and brighter times. I am so sorry for your loss of this very special person. He was so nice! He had joy!
Jim Hogan promoted me into supervision in 1975. He awarded me my first shares of stock and welcomed me into the UPS partnership. Jim set high standards of leadership which influenced my 36 years with UPS. My deepest condolences to the Hogan family.
God bless Jim and family. Jim was my mentor and manager while I was going to college and working at UPS part time. He promoted me to part time supervisor and later after graduation promoted me to a full time management position as a hub supervisor. Later in his career he returned to
Pennsylvania and promoted me to division manager. As an operations manager and later a district manager in East Pennsylvania, Jim was credited for mentoring, coaching and promoting many UPSers into management positions as the company expanded. A great manager, leader and family man.