Doris Hogan

Doris A. Hogan (Bosben)

Sunday, May 11th, 1947 - Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
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Doris A. Hogan, 73, of Edgerton, passed away with her daughters at her side on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at Mercy Hospital. She was born May 11, 1947 in Edgerton to Oscar and Hilda (Pitts) Bosben. She married Frank Hogan on November 15, 1969 at St. John Lutheran Church, Edgerton.

After school, Doris found herself working at Gilman Engineering, where she met Frank, and she finished her career at Rock County Child Protective Services as a coordinator on July 1, 2014.

She was a member of Mt Calvary Ev. Lutheran Church, enjoyed sewing, quilting, cooking, baking, gardening, and flowers. Doris also loved to spend time travelling to the South to enjoy camping, beaches, and the mountains, and going to concerts especially Jimmy Buffet, Cher and Reba McIntyre. Her greatest joy though was spending time with her family whether it was the 4th of July picnics, the adventures with her sister Joanne, the times with her daughters, or most of all, spending time with her beloved grandchildren.

Doris is survived by her daughters: Christine Klein (Matthew Schork) and Jennifer Titus (Shilo); her grandchildren: Cameron, Carter, Casey, Calee, Caylin, Allison, and Madelyn; her dog Cinnamon; siblings: Jim Bosben (Mary) and Joanne Bosben; nieces, nephews, and special cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents and friend and former husband Frank Hogan.

Per Doris’ wishes the family will not be having a service. Please visit to send condolences to the family.

We wish to thank Mercy Health Systems, Dr. Green, and the nursing staff for taking such great care of our mom.
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Roxanne Hemmerling

Posted at 12:43pm
I knew Doris many years ago and remember her kindness and sense of humor. She always spoke of her girls and loved them dearly.. I am sad to hear of her passing. Roxanne Hemmerling


Posted at 06:48pm
Christy and family - I am so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I had met her thru you, and she was so nice, and had the best smile. Know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Joelene McGinnity, Milton, WI

Jane M Lee

Posted at 12:55pm
I am so sorry to learn of Doris' passing. She & I enjoyed working together & some other fun times. Both of us enjoyed live entertainment. Hadn't seen much of her since she was injured falling. There must be a million fun times for her family to remember her.

Ron Sanderson Posted at 02:55pm

Ron Sanderson Was very sorry to hear of Doris passing away, she was a classmate and did a great job while at Gilman Eng.

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