Faye Hogan

Faye June (Dare) Hogan, 100, of Fonda passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll.

A Funeral Mass was held on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church in Fonda. A memorial fund has been established in Faye’s name to be used for a later designation. Funeral arrangements were provided by Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home of Carroll.

Born on Nov. 18, 1916 in Ponca, Neb., Faye was the daughter of Coen and Effie (Mendenhall) Dare. She grew up on her family’s farm near Ponca and graduated from New Castle High School. Following high school she went to California with her cousin Joy Smith where she stayed with her aunt and uncle and worked in a dime store and as a nanny. She then moved back to Sioux City where she met her future husband Joseph “Bud” Hogan at the Rigadoon. They were married on Aug. 19, 1940 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Ida Grove by Fr. P.M. Mattes. The couple lived in Sioux City where Bud worked as a barber for two years and then moved to Varina where they farmed and raised their family. The Hogans moved to Fonda in 1969 where Bud continued to work as a barber and Faye was a homemaker. They were active members of Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church. She was a member of Catholic Daughters of the Americas and was active with Holy Family Society. Faye enjoyed baking and cooking. She was famous for her cinnamon rolls, sweet pickles and her pot roast. She cherished family dinners and gatherings.

Faye is survived by her six children and families: Richard “Dick” Hogan (Pat) of Carroll; Douglas Hogan (Peggy) of Bonita Springs, Fla.; Linda Murphy of Huxley; Connie Brown (Dick) of Pella; Dan Hogan (Alicia) of Omaha, Neb.; and Tim Hogan (Kim Subbert) of Omaha, Neb.; 19 grandchildren, 43 great-grandchildren and one on the way; and many nieces and nephews.

Faye was preceded in death by her parents Coen and Effie Dare; her mother and father-in-law Mary and Ed Hogan; her husband Joseph “Bud” Hogan in 2009; two sisters, Rachel Saxon and Virginia Barnes; a brother Joe at age 10; daughter-in-law Mary Hogan; son-in-law Donald Murphy and son Tom in infancy; and two grandchildren in infancy, Scott Hogan and Miriah Murphy.