Patricia Ann Hogan (Pat) Wagoner
1937 - 2019
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Patricia Ann (Pat) Hogan Wagoner

Camden - Patricia Ann (Pat) Hogan Wagoner, 82 of Camden, died at 2:34pm Friday September 27,2019 at IU Arnett Hospital in Lafayette.

Pat was born February 7,1937 in Beattyville, KY to the late Roscoe R. and Loretta M. Hall Hogan. She was a 1955 graduate of Camden High School. Pat completed training at McConnell Airline School in Minneapolis, MN in 1956. She was employed as a flight attendant with Braniff International Airways from 1956-58, where she was based in Kansas City, MO.

Pat's marriage was on June 22,1958 at the First Baptist Church of Camden to Peter F. Wagoner he survives. They lived in the Camden area for most of their married lives. Also surviving are two sons, Scott (Deanna) Wagoner of Bloomington, and Paul Wagoner (husband Dennis Ramsey) of Solsberry, her sister Betty (Dan) Patterson of Ft. Wayne, a brother Jimmy Hogan of Camden, three grandchildren Andrew Wagoner of Indianapolis, Ashley (Thomas) Martin of Pearland, TX, Danielle (Nathan) Sparks of rural Cutler, and four greatgrandchildren Ava and Ben Martin and Scottlyn and Cainen Sparks. She was preceded in death by a son Ronald in November of 2001, and her brother Jerald Hogan preceded in July 2019.

Pat has been a long time member of the First Baptist Church of Camden.

In accordance with Pat's wishes, she will be cremated there will be no visitation or funeral service. The family is planning a private graveside service to be scheduled at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made through Cree Funeral Home, Camden, to the Kentucky Mountain Mission in Beattyville, KY.

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Published in Journal & Courier on Sep. 29, 2019.
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October 5, 2019
So sorry to hear of Pat's passing. We always enjoyed visiting with you guys in Camden. Over the years we lost contact. Pat was such a nice person. She would always offer me Constant comment tea
Raleigh & Colleen Grady
October 1, 2019
She was always a special lady. She babysat for me in Camden and she wore the red/white letter sweater from Camden and I thought she was the neatest older woman I had ever met. She was probably a freshman? maybe? Anyway she always remembered me and would say Hi whenever we met and I was honored. She will be missed.
Penne Platt
October 1, 2019
Hi Paul,

I am very sorry for your family's loss. It is very hard to lose your mom and my thoughts and prayers will be with you.

Janda Bain
September 29, 2019
So very sorry for the family's loss of this beautiful woman. I only regret that I never got to meet my cousin in person but through her son Paul, I feel as though I had. My love and prayers to her family. ❤
Stephanie Hogan Shuler
September 29, 2019
So sorry to hear this. Mrs. Wagoner was a beautiful woman that always carried herself with dignity and grace. One of the kindest women I ever met. RIP
Candy Clawson
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