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Guy Hugo Hogan

  • On August 11, 2022
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Guy Hugo Hogan, 75, of Pittsburgh PA, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, August 3, 2022. He was born on October 25,1946 and is the son of the late Herbert and Alleen Hogan. He earned a master’s degree in writing from the University of Pittsburgh and served as a graduate teaching assistant. He proudly served a tour of duty in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. Guy was a fiction short story writer based on the Compression style and wrote a blog based on the City of Pittsburgh. He was an astute student of politics and always looked forward to karaoke night at Sony’s Tavern.

He was the beloved brother of Barbara (Cephus) Johnson, Lloyd (Jennifer) Hogan, Anthony Hogan, Tom (Sharon Frost) Hogan, Tammy Hinton and the late Janova Perry; uncle to Cecil Johnson, Jr., Sandy Simon, Gary Johnson, and Angela (Lance) Miller, Sean (Stephanie) Hogan, Brianna Hogan, Lance Hinton, Jr. Basia Hinton, Michael Hinton; great-uncle to Tyler Johnson, Cheney Miller, Dakota Miller, and Nathaniel Hogan.

Inturnment with military honors will take place at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies on Tuesday, August 16, 2022, at 1:30 PM. Arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, Robinson Township, PA.

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Garry Johnson
Rest in peace uncle GUY you where the one that showed me that there was more than one kind of music at a young age. You where a person with a lot of knowledge and was always willing to share it. If someone would ask me to define my uncle it would be he did things HIS WAY❤❤❤❤👍😇🥰
Cecil Johnson
Condolences 💐 Guy Rest In Power! You’ll be Missed but not Forgotten! I’m sure Jah will have a microphone with your name on it! Blessed Love ❤️!
Pam Dowling
Guy was a beloved member of the Sonny's Tavern family. We spent countless hours watching tv, waxing poetically, singing, dancing, and laughing together. His love of The Doors and 80's classic rock was infectious, and his "gigs" at karaoke night always brought down the house. "Well the music is your special friend, Dance on fire as it intends, Music is your only friend, Until the end". Long live Guy!
Char and Joe
Sorry to hear this sad news! Was nice to know you Guy(and your karaoke)all these years. Rest blessed!
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