Patrick Hoganson

Patrick Joseph Hoganson

Monday, February 2nd, 1959 - Sunday, October 6th, 2019
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The family of Patrick Joseph Hoganson are sad to announce his passing on October 6, 2019. He was born 1959 in Springfield, MA to parents, Michael Hoganson (deceased) and Sandra Hoganson. Patrick spent his childhood in Michigan and New Mexico and moved to Colorado which immediately became his home. He held a special place in his heart for Lions, Tigers, and Wolverines. He was known for his quick wit, his infectious smile and his kind and compassionate spirit. He loved his friends and family and is survived by his mother, Sandra; siblings, Susan and her son, Joseph; Charles and Keri and their children, Kyle and Nicole; Kathleen and Michael and their daughter, Mary. At Patrick's request, there will be no services. Visit to share condolences.
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Regan Swinehart

Posted at 02:55pm
It's hard for me to believe that Patrick is gone. My sincere condolences to Sandra and his siblings. It's been many years, but I remember Patrick's sense of humor, and his shining personality.
"Perhaps they are not stars, but rather holes is heaven
Through which the light of our loves ones shines to let us know that they are happy."
Regan (Ramberg) Swinehart

Bill Lansville

Posted at 05:10pm
Met Patrick last year at hall of fame. On first day we sat with him. Padre and Tiger fan eye-to-eye and he was a blast and a pleasure to be with the rest of the time. We spent all our HOF time as a close group of 5 during that trip plus we all kept in contact through the baseball season. I went to Colorado last week and did not get a response. Sad to see that he was gone. Wish we had meet sooner in life. He was a lobster eating machine and for one weekend Patrick was one of my best friends in the. World. RIP and go Tigers.

Posted at 01:37am
Patrick was a batboy or for the Albuquerque Dodgers. He earned this by w inning a writing contest 'What baseball means to me'. He never missed a game. He went on a road trip with them to Amarillo. He met Earnest Borgnine and several other baseball related celebrities.
This is my good memory of my brother Patrick because I got to go to every one of those games with him.
I love you forever, Susie

Kathleen Desmond

Posted at 06:38pm
Cooperstown 2018

Bill Lansville Posted at 05:14pm

My wife took these pictures. We are honored you used them here. Thank you. Bill

Kathleen Desmond

Posted at 10:54am
My brother! Of all the stories that have come up about you in the last few days, my favorite has to be you traveling to Cooperstown, NY for the Baseball Hall of Fame induction and meeting Willie Horton. As you tell it, after a long wait in line it was finally your turn! As you approached him and shook his hand you were barely able to croak out, "Such a huge fan this is such an honor...." and then you broke down into such tears you were unable to speak to him. You were so overwhelmed by how strongly you felt for him and the rush of your childhood memories your words left. That is how we feel today. We love you beyond words and we know you made it to The Good Place, whatever that meant to you. So much love, Kathleen, Michael and Mary Desmond

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