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HOGAN, WILLIAM E. "BILL" 70 of Orlando Florida formerly of Mt. Pleasant, passed away Saturday, April 27, 2013 at Florida Hospital following a liver transplant and multiple post-surgery complications. Bill was born September 26, 1942 in Mt. Pleasant the son of the late William "Red" Hogan and Helen Francis Hogan. Bill was a graduate of Ramsey High School, Mt. Pleasant with the class of 1960, and enjoyed attending the class reunions and especially the pre-reunion gatherings. He was a long time member of the Mt. Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department, and became a Life Member before moving to Central Florida. He was a member of the Pennsylvania State Fireman's Association, the Western Pennsylvania Fireman's Association, the Mt. Pleasant Fireman's Club. He was a member of St. Pius Catholic Church, and an employee of Mt. Pleasant Publishing as an advertising representative for the Ligonier Echo, for 18 years. Bill will be sadly missed by his wife of 45 years, Susan Yoder Hogan, children David Hogan of Bear, Delaware, and Karen Hogan of Orlando, FL, and a sister Mary Elizabeth "Liz" Laing, of Naples, FL, numerous nieces, and nephews. The family welcomes friends 2-4PM & 7-9PM Wednesday, May 1st to the Family Funeral Care, 13001 South John Young Pkwy, Orlando Florida 32837 where a prayer service will be held Wed 7:30PM. A future memorial service, and internment of remains, is planned for Mt. Pleasant, PA, St Pius Catholic Church, and St. Pius Cemetery approximately mid-June. Our thanks to the Florida Transplant Institute, and surgical team for giving Bill this chance for life by approving him for this needed vital organ. Our family has gained a new appreciation for those who volunteer to be placed on organ donors lists and families in a time to sadness agree to allow donation of life to total strangers.
Published in the Orlando Sentinel on Apr. 30, 2013
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