David Hogan (20 Jun 1942 - 11 Sep 2016)

For Charitable
Donations To

Littleham Playing Field (Cheques made payable to Littleham Village Hall)

Funeral Service

St Swithin's Church Littleham EX39 5HR
30th Sep 2016
Funeral Director
Norman Lock & Son

In loving memory of David Hogan aged 74 years of Littleham, who passed away on 11th September 2016. A wonderful Husband, Dad, Grandad, Friend & Howler.
A service to celebrate David's life at St. Swithin's Church, Littleham on Firday 30th September at 2pm.
Familly flowers only but if desired donations in lieu to Littleham Playing Field (Cheques payable to Littleham Village Hall) by retiring collection or may be sent to N.Lock & Son, Black Torrington, EX21 5QD. 01409 231513

Jackie Lock wrote

David you were and are, one of life,s gentleman! You always saw the good in everything and everyone, you were wise and thoughtful and respected by me and others around you. I will and do miss are coffee and chat times together on Thursdays, I learn't and thought alot after our chats. Thank you for being an amazing person in my life. You are never far from my thoughts. I think of you often.

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Wilf Smith wrote

You were one the best and closest friends I have ever had. I shall miss you Dave but never forget you and the fun we've had together.

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James Hogan wrote

You were all a son could ever wish for in a father. You were my guiding light, my lighthouse in a storm, helping to guide me on a safe passage through life. You achieved this without being dictatorial or judgmental, but by providing unconditional love, an exemplary example, gentle guidance, and sage advice. Your principles and values earned you the respect of all that came to know you and there is certainly no one that I respect or admire more. Your generosity of spirit always impressed me because there is no greater gift than giving of yourself in terms of time, energy and love. This cannot be matched by materiel gifts. This generosity was not just limited to your family but equally applied to colleagues, friends and neighbours. Your achievements in your professional life were also outstanding. You always set yourself the very highest of standards and time and again you met or exceeded those standards with being awarded a medal of honour by the illustrious Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., USA representing a pinnacle. I am extremely proud that I am able to call myself your son and only hope that I am fortunate enough to inherit some of the qualities that abounded in you.
Your loving son,

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Wayne Gaish wrote

Friend, colleague , Mentor and godfather to Ben , forever grateful for your kindness , humour and wisdom you'll be missed by all of the Gaish Family. RIP

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