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John Laurence Hogan

August 30, 1938November 15, 2021
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On Monday November 15, 2021, John Laurence Hogan, loving husband and father to two children, passed away at the age of 83 in Sarasota, Florida. John was born on August 30, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York, spending his childhood in Ardmore, Pennsylvania before joining the Navy. Upon leaving the Navy, he moved to back to New York where he began his long and distinguished career in banking. John had a long tenure in finance working for Chemical Bank in New York, and subsequently for Tasco, Southeast Bank, First Union, Wachovia, and Wells Fargo Financial Institutions in Florida. His position prior to retirement in 2018 was as a Senior Vice President, Private Banking in Sarasota Florida. John held multiple college degrees including a financial certification from University of Virginia and an MBA from University of South Florida.

John was an active member in his community, participating in various philanthropic activities from Paint Your Heart Out Tampa, Charity Golf Tournaments and most recently as part of the YMCA Foundation of Sarasota and Suncoast Technical College Professional Culinary Arts & Hospitality Program Advisory Board. John was hobbyist chef; cooking and sharing food with others brought him joy. He also loved cruises and traveling around the world with his wife. He spent his retirement enjoying wines (fine and otherwise), good food, poker games and golf weekends with friends and travels to see family.

His presence will be greatly missed.

John was preceded in death by his parents (William and Lillian), his sisters (Virginia and Mary Lois) and his brother (William). John is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Patricia (Boyd); his children (Jonathan and Valerie); son-in-law (Ryan); grandchildren (Clark and Dorothy); and several nieces and nephews.

A visitation and viewing will held on Monday, November 22, 2021 from 2-4pm at Robert Toale and Sons Funeral Home-Wiegand Chapel at 7454 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, Florida 34231. In lieu of flowers, donations may be in his name to the American Heart Association or the Alzheimers Association.

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  • Visitation

    Monday, November 22, 2021

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Dale Magee

November 29, 2021

John better known with me as Larry. He and I were close buddies throughout junior & high school years…in sports, as Boy Scouts even going to 1953 California Jamboree together, my mom & dad loved him as being like my brother in all that we did over our younger years in Pennsylvania.
Then he went into the Navy & me the Air Force but we always kept in contact even attending our High School reunions together from here in Florida…we’re same age and I’ll miss him dearly…

Ken Dearborn

November 23, 2021

To the Hogan family. Please accept my sincerest condolences. John and I worked together at Wells Fargo. I learned much from him. He was a straight shooter, very quick wit that made you smile and you always knew what to expect from John. I respected him and valued his opinions and who he was as a person. Ken Dearborn

Robert Mundorf

November 22, 2021

When I was young and shortly after graduating from high school I decided to move across country from Denver Colorado in hopes of landing a career with Walt Disney World in Orlando.. Uncle John and Aunt Pat opened their home to me so that I would have a safe starting point and a place to call home as I began the next phase of my life in Central Florida. I remember a particular day that he brought me to a car dealership to assist me with finding a new vehicle after I had lost mine in a small car accident. I was young and nieve to things like buying an expensive car, he treated me like a son and made certain that I was not taken advantage of by the over eager car salesman. I will always remember Uncle John with fond memories and gratitude. Over the years he has given me so much good advice and even taught me a lot about cooking like a pro....I will miss him greatly.

Doug Mrstik

November 22, 2021

John and I worked together at Wachovia/Wells Fargo for many years. I was always impressed at his willingness to help anyone who needed it. He consistently volunteered his time to others. He definitely had an opinion on an issue and was not hesitant to express it, especially when it involved nonsensical corporate bureaucracy…I loved that about John. I will miss him.

Marti Hogan Koehn

November 21, 2021

Marti Hogan Koehn

November 21, 2021

Marti Hogan Koehn

November 21, 2021

Marti Hogan Koehn

November 21, 2021

Marti Hogan Koehn

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Marti Hogan Koehn

November 21, 2021

Uncle Larry was one of the best uncles a gal could ask for. He was always my advocate and stood up for me! My dad and I didn't always see eye to eye and Uncle Larry had a way of helping him see the light! Not always, but more times than not!
Everyone needs a COOL uncle and that was our Uncle Larry!
Love,
Motts

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