Kelly Lynne Hogan

November 4, 1963December 29, 2010

Kelly Lynne (Gage) Hogan, age 47 of Edmond, Oklahoma was born Nov. 4, 1963 in Oklahoma City, OK to loving parents, Tom and Donna Gage. Kelly went to be with her sweet Savior Jesus Christ on Dec. 29, 2010. She grew up in Yukon, OK, where she graduated as Valedictorian; she attended SWOSU for undergraduate and OU School of Law, resided in Norman, Tulsa and The Woodlands, TX before moving to Edmond in 2008. Kelly earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma. She married Hunter “Joey” Hogan on Jan. 30, 1988. They have three children whom she adored and dedicated her time and love, Hunter IV, Alex and Caroline. She was an awesome mother and wife, who mirrored the example of the woman Kelly called the best mother a daughter could have. Kelly’s greatest quality was her display of love and affection to others that personified her Savior’s love for her. Services for a celebration of Kelly’s life will be held 2:00 pm, Monday Jan. 3, 2011 at Henderson Hills Baptist Church of Edmond with interment to follow at Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond. Memorials/Contributions in lieu of flowers to OCS Foundation/Scholarship Fund (PO Box 509, Edmond, OK 73083), Project 66 (109 E. Shore Dr., Arcadia, OK 73007) or to a charity of your choice. Services entrusted to the care of Baggerley Funeral Home of Edmond.


  • Funeral Service Monday, January 3, 2011

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Theresa Dressler

January 22, 2011

Joey and Family,
My family sends its deepest sympathy to you and your children. I only met Kelly a couple of times, but she was truly the most beautiful lady outside as she was inside. Her love will always be in the smiles of your children. God Bless.
Theresa Talmadge/Dressler

January 11, 2011

Donna, Ron and I an Tracy are so sorry for your loss. As a mother, you should not have to endure such tragedy but there are always plans we don't know about. It is great to hear she was such a devoted Christian and active in here church. We attended the funeral and wanted to come back after burial services, but after such a long day for us, I felt like you and your family did not need anyone coming in late so you could go home and rest. These days of Kelly's sickness and pain she endured had to wear on all of her family. She was a great girl, we enjoyed living across the street from you all the years of jr. high. Tracy always thought of Kelly as a wonderful person and a great friend during those jr high days. It is a shame they did not hang together in highschool, but they went different routes. I am so very sorry for you guys, and pray that you can heal in time and keep your faiith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Ron and Jo Moberly
Tulsa, Oklahoma

Judith and R.L. Hilbun

January 4, 2011

We want you to know that we will continue to be in prayer for Kelly's family. Even though we have never met Kelly, her beautiful smile speaks so loudly. Thank you, Jesus, for Kelly's life here on this earth and we are so very grateful that she has a true home with You forever.

Shel Wagner

January 3, 2011

I can still picture gorgeous Kelly in H.S., driving her charcoal-colored RX7, curls flying. And as the talented lead actress opposite Terry Harper in "The King and I." It was often surprising to those who met her that she was every bit as beautiful on the inside. What a breathtaking angel she must be.

Carla Mccuistion

January 3, 2011

I got acquainted with Kelly from her many visits to the lab in Edmond. She was always smiling even when I knew that she was not doing well. We will miss her very much and pray that God will be with your family during this very difficult time. Carla Mccuistion

January 3, 2011

Kelly had a great voice, she was very talented and such a nice person, I know she is singing in Heaven. She will be missed.

Kathy Kirkpatrick

January 2, 2011

Our prayers are still being voiced for your family. Kelly has had a very positive influence on those who knew her. It has been our privilege to see the love she protrayed. Jerry and Pearlyne Kersey

Maria Mantooth

January 1, 2011

Joey and Family,

I am so sorry to hear about your wonderful Kelly. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you and your family. I will pray for all of you and please know (I do know) that God is with you.

Maria, Doug, Garrett and Aunt Betty