Robin Leonard Hogan, born on October 1, 1948, in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, passed away on October 4, 2023, in Chouteau, Oklahoma at the age of 75. With a cheerful and free-spirited personality, he had a talent for making others laugh and was known for his great listening skills. Robin's presence brightened every room he entered, and his warm-hearted nature touched the lives of many.
Having served as a Navy Corpsman with the United States Marine Corps and received 3 purple hearts. Robin Hogan exemplified dedication and commitment to his country. His time in the military shaped him into a disciplined individual with a profound sense of duty.
Robin's passions were diverse and reflected his vibrant spirit. A racing enthusiast at heart, he found joy in witnessing the exhilarating speed and energy of the sport. Robin also possessed a gift for writing and frequently contributed articles to various magazines and newspapers. His talent extended beyond the written word as he ventured into the realm of broadcasting with his radio podcast. His love for painting allowed him to express himself artistically, while his deep affinity for the ocean brought him tranquility and inspiration.
In addition to his numerous accomplishments and interests, Robin valued his family dearly. He was preceded in death by his parents Jim and Kitty Hogan but leaves behind a legacy cherished by his surviving loved ones. Robin's daughter Katy Hogan of Red Oak, OK continues to carry his spirit forward. He is also survived by his brother James Hogan residing in Virginia and sister Bridget Machide residing in Alaska. Furthermore, Robin was blessed with two grandchildren, Korbyn Hogan and Bryor Lyons who brought immense joy into his life.
Robin Leonard Hogan will be remembered for his infectious laughter, kind-heartedness, and adventurous spirit. The impact he made on those around him is immeasurable, leaving behind cherished memories that will live on forever.
A memorial service will be held and announced at a later time. To leave his family a personal message, please visit his guestbook at www.shipmansfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Shipman's Funeral & Cremation Service of Pryor.