Jackie Hogan, 91, of Callaway, Florida went to be with her Lord and Savior on September 30, 2019. Born in Minot, North Dakota on October 27, 1927 to parents John A. Sorensen and Ruth Lenora Tyler Sorensen. At the age of 2 they moved to Bay Head, Florida. In 1932 the family moved to Callaway, Florida.
Jackie attended the Old Callaway School where the teacher was her sister Genevieve Sorensen. She graduated from Bay County High School in 1946. She took several Accounting Courses.
Jackie married Robert Morrice Hogan on November 30, 1947 in Columbus, Ohio and lived there for several years before returning to Callaway, Florida. She retired from Bay County Mosquito Control in 1993. Jackie and Bob were married 62 years when Bob died in 2010.
Jackie was very involved in her community and was a member of Parkway Presbyterian Church, Beautiful Ladies Sunday School, Order of Eastern Star Parker Chapter No. 96 where she was past Matron and Secretary for many years. She also served as Grand Representatives Association of Florida, OES past President, member of Callaway Historic Society, St. Andrews Bay Daughter of the American Revolution, Captain James Day Chapter Colonial Dames XVII Century and Shaddai Shrine Classic Ladies.
Jackie leaves behind many loved ones: son Glenn C Hogan and wife (Linda), grandson: Scott M Hogan and wife (Amber), granddaughter: Stephanie A Hogan Thompson and husband (Sonny), great grandson: Marshall Glenn Thompson, step-great grandsons: Jacob Thompson, Ryan and Gavin Voglesong, step-great granddaughters: Desiree' Thompson, Taylor Harris and husband (Josh), brother-in-law: Ernest Hogan and wife (Lynette), as well as many nieces and nephews, whom she cherished along with all her family and friends.
Jackie was preceded in death by her parents John A Sorensen and Ruth L. Tyler Sorensen, brothers John A. Sorensen Jr., Henry Tyler Sorensen and an unnamed brother, sisters Genevieve Sorensen Pumphrey and Ruth Sorensen Butler
Visitation will be Thursday, Oct 3, 2019 6-8 pm.
Funeral Services will be Friday, October 4, 2019 at 2 pm with Rev. Jack
Hankins officiating and an Eastern Star Service