Linda Ivins Hogan

Winston-Salem, Nc, Virginia

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Michael, please send me your mailing address at [email protected] Thank you. (Cousin) Bonnie Hall Lusink

It is important that Linda's family know that many of her Wareick High School classmates and friends are just now learning of her death.

Our hearts ache for her family during these difficult days. She was beautiful inside and out even as we knew her growing up together .

Our praying is that The Lord will give each of You large measures of peace, solace and renewed hope in His wonder-filled resurrection with Jesus.

Michael, I just heard about your Mom. I am so sorry. She was a wonderful, sweet lady, always welcoming Brian into your home. Please accept our condolences. All of you are in our prayers.

My mom (Portsmouth) and George were second cousins and grew up together. Karen and I went to college together. Although I had not seen Linda in many, many years, I stayed in touch with George. I have many wonderful memories of spending time with the whole family growing up....all beautiful, loving people. I always thought Linda was the most beautiful girl I had ever seen! I am so very sorry for your loss. Memories are treasures to carry in our heart forever.

To Mike and family: My deepest sympathy for the loss of your Mother.

Matt, Jennifer and all the family, you have my prayers for Our Heavenly Father to give you peace and comfort at this time. Matt, I see why you fell in love with Jennifer because she looks so much like your beautiful mom. God bless you all....Sincerely, Virginia Burford


Linda's Obituaries

WINSTON-SALEM, NC - Linda Ivins Hogan, retired schoolteacher, 72, died Tuesday, June 18, 2013, at Arbor Acres Retirement Home. Survivors include one daughter, Noelle H. Tyner and her husband, Troy, of Winston-Salem, N.C., two sons, Rev. Matthew Hogan and his wife, Jennifer, of Hendersonville,...

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