Kim Hogan

Nacodoches, Texas


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Kim Hogan passed away in Nacodoches, Texas. The obituary was featured in The Daily Sentinel on April 11, 2012.

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Mark, I just found out about Kim's passing. I have never had a better friend than Kim.when he would stop by the office it would absolutely brighten my day. We would always talk about old times and just laugh till we hurt. I will always miss Kim, he was a true buddy. Mark, please tell your family how important Kim was to my family.

I just found out about Kim's passing. I remember him from Central Heights School and how he had a great outgoing personality. Always flashing a great big smile. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Dear Mark and Tana, my most sincere sympathy on the passing of Kim. I can't believe how the years have flown by. So many memories and good times we had growing up at Central Heights. Many times Kim and I would wrestle in the middle of Maul dirt road for no other reason than to just be wrestling. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Mark, I am so sorry to hear about Kim's death.
He was such a great guy in high school--always smiling, fun to be around, great athlete.
I am sending up prayers for you and your family during this time.

Dear Mark, Tana, and family - My oldest sister (Carolyn) sent me a notice. Needless to say, I was shocked to hear of Kim's passing. We had such wonderful times at Central Heights. He and I were constant friends, and were like two otters - either giggling and playing or rolling around fighting. I have such fond memories of our childhood, especially the time we got in trouble getting my ball glove from my locker. A few years back, Kim called me about an idea he had for an outdoors product and...

@Hannah...Death has separated me from my brother but for a little while, but that unwavering assurance of knowing that he rest in the arms of our Lord, has given me sweet peace. Even though death may have separated some, I pray that it will reunite us with the one he LOVED the most. ~Tana Hogan Davis

Thoughts & prayers are with his family. I went to high school with Kim. He was a great guy.

Tommy and Kim were best friends in school and after wards, Kim was always smiling and made you feel good. Tommy and I will miss u dearly Kim... RIP

Kim was one of a kind. A close & dear friend of mine. In years past we shared many a good time. I'm very sorry to hear of his passing. I'm sure to see him one day again in heaven. My sincere condolences to all the family. Kim my dear friend RIP. Larry Creel Mt. Enterprise tx.