Doris Mae Hogan

February 13, 1930April 25, 2021

Doris Mae Hogan, age 91, passed away on Sunday, April 25 2021. Daughter of the late Dora and Dr. Carl Weber. Loving wife of the late Clarence J. Hogan. Survived by her son Michael P. Hogan and granddaughters Katherine and Elizabeth Hogan. Mrs. Hogan entered the working world quite young and worked in insurance until Michael came along, when she became a full time homemaker as well as caregiver for her mother Dora and aunt Alice. Clarence and Doris were fun loving born and raised New Orleanians. They enjoyed travel, celebrating with family and friends, attending Mardi Gras balls and were season ticket holders of the New Orleans Saints since the first day, rarely if ever missing a game. After Clarence’s passing, Doris found a new home and new friends at Whitney Place where she would attend parties, visit by the pool and play cards. She would often say, “I don’t think they’ll ask me to play because I end up taking all their money”. She was truly one of a kind.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral mass at St. Angela Merici, 901 Beverly Garden Dr. in Metairie, LA at 12 o’clock pm on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Visitation will begin at 11 until service time. Interment will follow at All Saints Mausoleum in Metairie Cemetery.

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    Wednesday, May 5, 2021


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Catherine Mooney

May 3, 2021

Dear Michael, Katherine and Elizabeth, was so sorry to hear about your mom/grandmother's passing. I have so many fond memories of Aunt Doris as she truly was a special person and a great friend to my mother. One memory that did pop into my head was from one of our vacation to Astroworld in the 1970s when we were in the WackyShack and the guide says to our little group "now follow me to the next room" and your mom said "honey, that's not going to happen" as she couldn't walk on the slanted floor so she had to crawl to the next room and then out of the building. I remember us all laughing and laughing and laughing. Sorry that a work commitment won't allow me to be with you on Wednesday but please know I'll be thinking of you all. Love, Catherine

Sharon A. Galman (Funeral Director)

April 28, 2021

The entire staff at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home wishes to express our sincere condolences.