Edward Hogan

Carbondale, Illinois

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Ed was a mentor, friend and professional collaborator throughout the past 38 years. I will cherish the many times we have had together.

A second father, hero, mentor and friend. My deepest and most heartfelt condolences to the family.

Ed will always be remembered as my Captain. He was a great man who will be greatly missed.

Mrs. Hogan, I am glad to have known your husband. He was a gentle giant and served his community well. You are in my prayers.

Terry, I am so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I would see him from time to time while he was making his morning walks at the mall. He always spoke to me with that beautiful smile. My heart goes out to you. I will include you and the family in my prayers.

So sorry for your loss, Terry.

Terry and family, the thoughts and prayers of your friends and classmates are with you in this difficult time. While we grieve your fathers passing we also celebrate with you his long life and many accomplishments.

I know Tom and Steve will fondly remember their weekly lunches with Ed. Particularly Ed's raspy voiced, "I'll have what they're having." We will recall his warm smile and those blunt comments across Rachael and Steve's dinner table as well. A tall man, even in retirement, Ed is going to be missed.

Great sadness comes with the loss of a parent. Great happiness comes in knowing that they have gone home to be with our Lord and Savior. You are in our hearts at this time.


Edward's Obituary

Edward Hogan passed away in Carbondale, Illinois. Funeral Home Services for Edward are being provided by G Meredith Funeral Homes Ltd. The obituary was featured in The Southern Illinoisan on March 8, 2014.