OBITUARY

Chuck Hogan

October 25, 1949April 7, 2021

Charles H. "Chuck" Hogan passed away on April 7, 2021 with his family by his side.

Chuck was born on October 25, 1949 to Charles E. Hogan and Catherine R. Hogan. A longtime Yonkers resident, Chuck graduated from Saunders High School and immediately joined the NYPD. On December 13, 1975 he married the love of his life, Robin Ann Lenci and together they raised 3 beautiful daughters. After retiring from the NYPD, he started his second career as Supervisor of Security & Ground Transportation at Liberty Lines, until his retirement in 2018. Chuck is known for his larger than life, colorful personality and witty sense of humor. He has impacted so many lives in his 71 years. In his early years, he was a thrill seeker. He enjoyed scuba diving, skydiving, flying private planes and riding his motorcycle. In recent years, Chuck took great pride in his home and family. He enjoyed gardening, cooking, family vacations and spending time with his family and grandbabies. Chuck is known for being the life of the party and made everyone around him feel like a part of the family. Chuck's legacy is carried on by his wife of 45 years, Robin Lenci Hogan, his mother, Catherine R. Hogan, and his 3 daughters, Kimberly (Mickey), Tiffany (Michael) and Jolene (Christopher). He also leaves behind his 8 grandchildren, Kayla, Eve, Daniel and Mia Millo, Ella and Joseph Zetts and Michael and Sienna Olijarczyk. Visiting hours will be at Whalen & Ball Funeral Home on Sunday 3-7pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Anthony’s Church on Monday April 12th at 11am. Final disposition is private. Whalen & Ball Funeral Home 168 Park Ave. Yonkers, N.Y. 10703 (914)965-5488 www.whalenandballfh.com

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Sunday, April 11, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Monday, April 12, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Final Disposition is Private.

Memories

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Kyle Lenci

April 13, 2021

I always used to look forward to Uncle Chuck’s jokes and infectious laugh at holiday dinners and when visiting Yonkers as a child.

I haven’t been around for a few years but I still think of him as part of my holiday traditions wherever I am. Sending all my love and condolences 💐

Glenn Wondsel

April 13, 2021

To the Hogan family:
I worked with Chuck at Liberty Express. First, he was an incredible credit to our company. He always came to work with a smile, and that smile was absolutely contagious. He showed respect to every co-worker. He would listen to us when we had problems and worked to correct problems in the road. When he saw one of us doing something wrong, he would call us on it. He was (in a way) our father figure.
I missed him when i left Liberty to go work with MTA.
May you find peace after his passing.
May all of you keep thinking of Chuck,
And remember him with a laugh.
May you feel his presence in the warmth of a sunny day.
Peace Hogans.
Glenn Wondsel.
Peace.

Tony Fragetti

April 13, 2021

My Brother Chuck, you have been through thick and thin for your family and friends! Lori and l have nothing but wonderful memories of our friendship!! You and l go back some 47 years, our friendship was immediate and heartfelt full of laughter and amazing moments, some l cannot mention but they were memorable for sure ! LOL We love you , you will always have a space in my heart to hold!!your Brother Tony and Lori ❤️

Millie Lenci

April 10, 2021

Chuck always made me feel welcome, and he always made me laugh! I will miss him very much!!!
All my love to the Hogan and Lenci Family,
Millie

New York Police & Fire Retiree Assoc.

April 9, 2021

From the members of the New York Police and Fire Retiree Assoc.
Chuck, May You Rest in Peace.
To the family,
The membership is sorry for your loss.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY