Betty Janelle Hogan

Betty Janelle Hogan, age 78, of Hazen, passed away June 8, 2016 at her home.  Janelle was born November 26, 1937 to Jack and Irene Johnson Box in Hazen.

She was a factory worker and homemaker and she dearly loved her family and was known as “Grandma” to everyone.

Janelle was preceded in death by her parents; her son, Dwayne Keith Hogan and her sister, Janie Belle Dawson.

She is survived by her husband, Bill Hogan; daughter, Linda (Gary) Arman of Hazen; grandsons, Clay (Brandy) Snider of Cooter, Missouri, Cody (Sarah) Snider, and Coy (Faith) Snider both of Hazen and five great-grandchildren, Cameron, Emma Grace, Maverik, Luke, and Scarlet Rose.

A graveside service will be held 10:00 A.M., Saturday, June 11, 2016 at the Center Point Cemetery with Bro. Wayne Snider officiating.

Arrangements are by Westbrook Funeral Home of Hazen.

6 Condolences to “Betty Janelle Hogan”

  1. Frances (Love) Bates Says:

    Linda & Hogan Family, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers

  2. Danielle Kerr Says:

    I am so sorry for the passing of Mrs. Betty. I always enjoyed visiting with her when I would see her in town. She will be missed.

  3. Gail Gurely Newell Says:

    Im so sorry to hear about Janelle. I have know her for years. Our children grew up together and I worked with her. Meet Janelle when I was first married in 1955. Even tho I had not seen her in yrs I still thought about her and her family. Prayers.

  4. Ronnie & Kathy Simmons Says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. She was a very sweet lady and I know you will all miss her. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Tammy Edge Says:

    So sorry for your loss. Janelle will be missed

  6. Billy and Gail Booth Says:

    As an extraordinary lady in many ways, Mrs. Janelle Hogan will be dearly missed. Although I was not extremely close to her family, I learned as a college speech teacher how wonderfully committed she was to her family. I recall that she phoned me regarding the possible admission of two of her grandsons to a college basic speech class that I taught. The grandsons were later admitted, each taking a separate class at different semesters. Without their knowledge, Mrs. Hogan often phoned me to monitor their classroom performance and progress. As a grandmother, she proactively and gladly invested her time into their educational welfare. I was extremely impressed by her loving dedication to her family. Her family was very fortunate to have had such a loving, dedicated mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She will be missed. Our sympathy and prayers continue for Mr. Bill, Linda, and the family. May God bless you all, Billy and Gail Booth family