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August 28, 1931 to March 28, 2021- James Robert Hogan Jr. 89, was born in Kansas City Missouri to James Robert Hogan Sr. and Gertrude Sally Walker Hogan.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - James Robert Hogan Jr.SUBMITTED PHOTO - James Robert Hogan Jr.James Robert Hogan Jr.

89, was Born in Kansas City Missouri to James Robert Hogan Sr. and Gertrude Sally Walker Hogan. James attended Kenton Grade School and graduated from Jefferson High School. After high school, James joined the US Army where he was Medic during the Korean War. On his return he went to Oregon State University where he played Freshman football with his brothers. After he left college, he went on to receive his electrical licenses. He started his own company "Hogan's Electric" which he ran for 30 years until his retirement. He married Sharleen Ann McSweeney on September 17th, 1955 in Stevenson, Washington. They were married for 56 years. James lived in Portland and Sandy, OR, Henderson, NV and Yuma, AZ. James loved to golf, travel, restore old cars and flying. He co-owned an airplane which he enjoyed flying to fly-ins with his wife, family and friends. He was a member of the Gateway Elks for over 40 years. James is preceded by his wife of 56 years Sharleen Ann McSweeney, They had four children together, James Robert Hogan III (wife Linda), Mark Dwayne Hogan (wife Corrine), Casey Troy Christopher Hogan (partner Beverly), Tamara Marnie Kathleen Luckey (partner Shawn). He has 12 Grandchildren and 14 Great Grandchildren. Other family members are his brothers Jack Thomas Hogan (wife Jody), Howard William Hogan (wife Linda) who preceded him, and his sister Patricia Sue Hogan Humphreys (husband Gale).His caregiver Kelly Turner who he called "his gal" and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Military Services will be held at Willamette National Cemetery on May 7th at 11:30 followed by a Celebration of Life on May 8th at his sons' home in Sandy. In lieu of flowers please send contributions in memory to Wounded Veterans of


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