Hoglin, Adolph
B: 11 Jul 1893
D: 02 Feb 1964
M: 26 Mar 1919, Freda Nordling, dau of Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Nordling d. 20 Jul 1950.

FN: Jonas P. Hoglin
MN: Unknown

Children of Adolph Hoglin and Freda Nordling:

John A. (Andy) Hoglin
B: 14 Sep 1919
D: 12 Sep 2002, at home
M: 1949, Gertrude Turner

Children of John Hoglin and Gertrude Turner:

Jay Hoglin

Adele Hoglin

Andrea Hoglin

Ivan Kenneth Hoglin
B: 20 Nov 1923, Hallock, MN
D: 28 Jan 2000, V.A. Hospital, Fargo, ND

Beatrice (Bea) Hoglin
B:
M: Earl Bahr

Kenneth Hoglin

Olive Hoglin
D: 1995
M: (1) Donald Dexter
M: (2) 06 Aug 1962, Clayton S. Angell b. 07 Apr 1920, Thief River Falls, MN d. 21 Aug 2004, MeritCare Hospital, Fargo, ND

Children:
Roger Dexter
D:

Lee Dexter

Dennis Dexter

Rhonda Angell
M: Todd Rasmussen

June Hoglin
B:
M: Everett Johnson

Verna Hoglin
B: 14 Sep 1929, Hallock, MN
D: 02 Aug 2002, Hubert Humphrey Cancer Center, Minneapolis, MN
M: John Paquette

Children of John Paquette and Verna Hoglin:

Doug Paquette
M: Joan

LuAnn Paquette
M: Dale Lehnertz

Sharon Paquette
M: Fred Slininger

Cindy Paquette
M: Scott Klesk

Lori Paquette
M: Mark Kempf


Gerdis Hoglin
M: Roger Westerberg


John Hoglin Obituary

ROSEAU, Minn. - John A. "Andy" Hoglin, 82, Roseau, died Thursday, Sept. 12, 2002, at home.John Andrew Hoglin was born Sept. 14, 1919, the son of Adolph and Freda (Nordling) Hoglin. He served in the California State Guard. He married Gertrude Turner in 1949, in Humboldt, Minn. He worked for the Humboldt-St. Vincent (Minn.) school and the Roseau school for 25 years, retiring in 1985 due to ill health. He is survived by his wife; a son Jay, Cushing, Minn.; daughters, Adele, St. Paul, Andrea, Villard, Minn.; and sisters, Beatrice Bahr, Hallock, Minn., and June Johnson, Lyle, Minn.-- Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Four Seasons Center, Roseau.-- Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Helgeson Funeral Chapel, Warroad, Minn., and one hour before services.-- Burial: Riverview Memorial Gardens, Lancaster, Minn.


Michael Rustad Essay on the death of Andy Hoglin and some memories from Humboldt.