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In Memory

Michael H. Hogie Hoagland - Class Of 1968

Michael H. Hogie Hoagland

Tioga County - Hoagland, Michael H., age 72 of Tioga County, PA died March 3, 2022 after a lengthy illness. Formerly of Trevose, PA, he was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond O. and Marian L. (Colello) Hoagland, Sr. and brother, Richard S. Survived by sisters, Peggy Gourlay, Theresa Miksic (Stephen) and Patty Tingle; brother, Raymond O. Hoagland, Jr. (Karla Bean); daughter, Michelle Denoncour; multiple nieces and nephews, and his beloved Snooks. Relatives and friends are invited to gather on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at the Tomlinson Funeral Home, 2207 Bristol Pike, Bensalem, PA from 1:00 - 2:00 PM to be followed by a brief graveside service at Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to a local, no-kill animal shelter of your choice in memory of Mike. www.kenyonfuneralhome.com

Posted online on April 04, 2022

Published in Bucks County Courier Times


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03/15/22 12:29 PM #1    

John Panuccio (1968)

Mike was a good friend while in Bensalem. After graduation didn't see him until a few months before our 50th reunion, we talked on phone quite a few times. He lived in Tioga County, Pa. We stopped communications for awhile,  then his good friend Joe Weidle said he wasnt answering his phone since December. Since Joe had a place near him in Potter County, they communicated more often. He feared something bad happened!  May you RIP Mike.

03/15/22 02:04 PM #2    

David Clee (1964)

My good friend michael may you rest in peace . We lost track of each other except for the occasional phone call once you moved upstate ,However you were one of the good guy s

03/15/22 02:38 PM #3    

Joseph A. Weidle (1968)

I had contued to have a contact with Mike he lived outside Knoxville Pa in Tioga County Pa

He had 11 acres and a manufacted home

he loved to hunt and restore cars

When talking to himi it was important that we remenbered him from football

He had some health issues including diabities

He was in some ways a piece of work

He never let go of high school sometimes I felt he wanted to be remembered from high school


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