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Hogg, Donna Kay, age 64 of Germantown passed away surrounded by family on November 21, 2018. She was born in Dayton, OH on February 16, 1954 to Donald and Mary Kathryn (Shaffer) Hogg. Donna graduated from Miamisburg High School, loved the outdoors and found solace on the beaches of Florida so much that she split her time between Ohio and Clearwater, FL. Donna was also an avid Nascar fan, enjoyed geocaching, and Dale Hollow Lake. Donna loved her family and spending time with them, she will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Donna was preceded in death by her father Donald Hogg in 2009, she is survived by her mother Mary Kay Hogg, her sister Crystal Ogan, brother Kirk (Tammy) Hogg, sister Laura Clark, nephew Aaron (Lena) Ogan and their children Alexandra, Anna and Evan, nephew Kristopher (Kea) Hogg and their children Klaire, Klayton and Kollin, nephew Kelly (Kelli) Hogg, niece Katy Hogg, nephew Kevin (Karolyn) Hogg and their son Callum, nephew Ryan (Casey) Clark and their children Hayden, Bailey and Lily, niece Linley Douglas (Ben) and children Aubrey, Layla, Braylon, Teddy and Andrew, nephew Evan Clark and niece Hannah Clark. A memorial service will be held on Monday, November 26, 2018 at 6:00PM at the Germantown First Church of God, 760 Farmersville Pike, Germantown, OH with Pastor Brandon Holbrook officiating. The family will receive friends prior to the service beginning at 5:00PM. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the following charities in memory of Donna.
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What a beautiful photo of Donna! I am so sorry to hear about Donna. She and I worked together at Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services in the late nineties/early 2000's. Donna's can-do attitude was inspiring to say the least. She was an integral part of the team and always strived to do her very best. Donna will be missed dearly by many. I am certain of that because anyone that knew her loved her for her spirit, determination, courage and her strong ethical being. May peace be with you dear friend.
Melissa Wendel Nov 26 2018 12:00 AM
To Donna's Family, I am so sorry for your loss, although I haven't seen Donna in years, I have alot of memories of Donna teaching me to ride my first motorcycle. Donna was a good friend of my mothers (Faye Kennedy) they worked together at E.F. McDonald, my mother often told me how much she enjoyed Donna's friendship. Once while visiting my mother grave (at Germantown Cemetery), I found a note that Donna had left on my mom's grave, it warmed my heart to know that Donna still thought of my mom.
Bob Kennedy Nov 25 2018 12:00 AM
For the loss of words on the passing of my soul sisteras we would call each other. My cousinDonna, Myprayersand deepest sympathy for my Aunt Mary Kay, Christy, and family, Kirt and Tammy and family, Laura and family. Donna was a daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, granddaughter, and a friend. She will be forevermissed by all of us. Donna, I say this with such a heavyheart. Rest in Peace dear cousin, friend, souls sister
Cynthia Wilder Nov 24 2018 12:00 AM
Dear Donna, I will truly miss your smiling face and grateful attitude. You and I have been friends for many years and I am grateful that you kept in touch with me. I will always remember you taking me and my unhappy scooter to the parks. The scooter sat there and beeped forever and would not run, drawing many curious people to where we were. You finally removed the battery and replaced it and then we were set to go on our journey. There are so many memories. I am so grateful that you stopped by to let us know that you were moving back to Oh And then you called to tell me about your health issues .I guess that God knew that you would need to be with your family during your time of need. God knew that you were a very strong person and needed you and your bravery. I will always love you dear friend. I hope to see you again.
Avis Harrison 6288 Danbury St. Spring Hill Fl 34606 Nov 24 2018 12:00 AM
We will miss her powerful spirit and engaging wit. I pray that she is at peace and that each of you take a bit of that peace as well. Prayers for you all. I know she took a great deal of strength from each of you and was so grateful for your love and care.
Amy Cline Nov 23 2018 12:00 AM
Christy, Kirk/Tammy and Laura - you have our deepest condolences on the passing of your dear sister. I remember her fondly from the years she attended Germantown UMC before moving to Florida. We pray that you are comforted with only happy memories of your years together. Karen Carmickle and Mark Heistand
Mark Heistand Nov 23 2018 12:00 AM