Margaurite Elizabeth Hogan

February 20, 1940February 6, 2021

Margaurite “Peggy” Hogan Was a loving wife, mother, sister and friend. She passed away unexpectedly during her sleep on February 6, 2021 at age 80.

She was born to Salvatore and Margaurite (Tracey) Prevett on February 20, 1940. After graduating from Norwich Free Academy she married Andrew G. Davis (whom she met in detention...he had probably been late for school and she had probably been caught smoking cigarettes.) Together they had four children, Susanne, Andrew Jr., Bradford, and Jo-Ellen.

Peggy loved her family and friends. She loved to tease, joke and laugh while playing games like cards and Parcheesi, which she usually won, even if it required a slight rule change in her favor. She was spunky, kind, loving and will be missed tremendously.

She is survived by her former husband and forever friend, Andrew G. Davis Sr., three of their children Susanne, Bradford, and Jo-Ellen, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and her care giver, Sue Neault, whom she loved like a daughter. She was predeceased by her second husband Raymond P. Hogan, and her son Andrew Jr. who passed in July 2017. She will be buried beside her son as she wished.

Funeral services will be delayed until the spring and will be arranged by Labenski Funeral Home in Norwich. Services will be open to all and those who wish to attend are asked to check the Labenski website for more details.


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Margaurite Elizabeth Hogan

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Kathy Vanner

February 27, 2021

To Susanne, Jo-Ellen, and Bradford,
Shocked and so saddened to hear of your moms passing. I had no idea till I just by chance was in communication with Mellony to share our cousin Carols passing away. I have not been in contact with your mom for several years but thought of her often. I have so many memories of Peggy at family picnics, gatherings and especially at our monthly family lunches!!!!! She made the greatest desserts!!!! She was a wonderful woman and will be dearly missed. Know that you all will be in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this rough time.
Kathy, David, and Joel Vanner
( Auntie Vicky's daughter )