In Memory

Douglas "Doug" Hogue - Class Of 1963

Douglas Doug Hogue

Deceased Classmate: 1963 Douglas M. Hogue
Date Of Birth: February-11-1944
Date Deceased: March-30-2014
Age at Death: 70
Cause of Death:
Classmate City: Fort Pierce
Classmate State: FL
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: Yes
Survived By: Karen S Hogue

Douglas M. Hogue, 70, died March 30, 2014 in Fort Pierce, Florida. Mr. Hogue was born in West Palm Beach, Florida and moved to Fort Pierce 27 years ago coming from Jupiter, Florida. He proudly served in the U.S. Marines, Vietnam Veteran. Prior to retirement, he was a journeyman lineman for Florida Power & Light for 14 years. He worked for Electrical Contractors IBEW 323 as a lineman before Florida Power & Light. He was an active member of Westside Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Karen S. Hogue of Fort Pierce, FL; sister-in-law, Kathy Harvey; brother-in-law, Tom Dickson; nephews, Andy Hogue, David Hogue, and Jeffrey Dafoe all of Lake Worth, FL; and niece, Lori Lorenzo. He was preceded in death by his son, Wesley Hogue.


 



 
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10/24/14 12:49 PM #1    

Herb Lozott (1963)

During Doug's tour of duty in Vietnam, he was wonded in combat.

Doug, Barry Carmichael and Jim Slaymaker are together again, reminising of the times when we had some woods around here to roam around in, and a beach we could drive our Beach Buggies on.  It won't be all that long fellas...we'll all be back on the Buggies, together again. 


10/24/14 01:56 PM #2    

Cecil Bingham (1963)

   I played opposite Doug at Football practice everyday. He was offensive Tackle and I was on Defense at inside Linebacker. More than half of the time I ended up on my ass & caught hell from Coach Dukes about not tossin him out of my way. Always walked away thinking, "Yeah Right, just toss him out of the way"  Good guy to have on your side.

 


10/25/14 07:11 PM #3    

Joanne Hewson (Hubbard) (1963)

So sorry to hear about Doug. he was always a nice guy and we certainly appreciate his time in service and appreciate all he did over there. Like herbie commented, we will all be together again doing all those crazy, fun

, that aren't allowed anymore, in the future. Will have him and his family in my thoughts. It is very difficult to lose a loved one. Just be strong.

 

 


10/27/14 11:17 AM #4    

David Owens (1963)

Doug, you always will be remembered for being a nice guy.  I thank you for your service in the USMC. RIP my friend.
 


11/02/14 03:32 PM #5    

Dorothy Beyer (Bennett) (1963)

I was very sadened to hear Doug passed.  He and Jimmy Slaymaker can have a blast together up there running their beach buggies. To his family prayers are offered and also to let them know I thank Doug for his USMC service.  RIP dear classmate.


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