Emory Hogan Obituary, Death – Emory M. Hogan was a local resident who had reached the age of 92 before passing away at his house on Monday, January 16, 2023. Hogan was a native of White Hall and had lived to the ripe old age of 92 before passing away. White Hall, where he worked, was also the place he regarded to be his home. He came into the world on October 31st, 1930, in the city of East St. Louis, which is situated in the state of Missouri, in the country of the United States of America. Mabel G. O’Rielly Hogan and Emory M. Hogan were his parents, and their names were given as their given names. There are a number of people who were familiar with him, such as his daughter Sandra (Ron) Milnes of Murrayville, his five grandchildren Beau (Sam) Milnes, Brittany (Jamie) Law, Brent Milnes, Michael Hogan, and Alexis Hogan-Hobson, his six great grandchildren Brady Milnes, Kenzie, Kole, and Kruz Law, Ali, and Renee Hogan, and his two nieces Sharon (Tom) McGlasson of Fort Worth, Texas Both of his mother and father had already passed away prior to him passing away himself.
Emory served in the United States Air Force from 1948 until 1952. His years of service include the years 1948 through 1952. He enlisted in the military in 1948 and remained there until 1952. His military service spans the entirety of those years. He was a member of a number of fraternal organizations that were analogous to one another, some of which include the White Hall Masonic Lodge #80, the Ansar Shrine, and the Rasna Shrine Club, amongst others. He was also a member of the Rasna Shrine Club. When he took the decision to retire sooner than he had originally intended, he had a cumulative total of thirty years of experience working as a truck driver for the Kroger corporation.
After that, he opened a business in White Hall known as Quality Cleaners, which had both a coin laundry and a cleaning service. Both of these aspects were included in the business. The corporation provided both of these options for its customers. Gardening, attending auctions, collecting clocks, and repairing clocks were some of his favorite things to do in his spare time. He also enjoyed fixing clocks. Additionally, he enjoyed the process of making clocks.
Funeral services are scheduled to take place at the Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in White Hall on the afternoon of Thursday, January 19, 2023, at three o’clock in the afternoon. After the conclusion of the ceremony, the burial will take place at the White Hall Cemetery with the utmost respect paid by the armed forces. There has not been a final decision made on the time of day when these occurrences will take place.