James J Hogan Death, Obituary – Cause Of Death

On Sunday, June 12, 2022, at Hackensack Meridian Jersey Shore University Medical Center, James J. Hogan, 69, of Mantoloking, New Jersey, and formerly of Wyckoff, New Jersey, gently passed away in the presence of his devoted family. James (Jim) relocated to Lindenhurst, New York, as a young boy after being born in New York, New York. He possessed exceptional athletic prowess, an unrivaled sense of humor, and a heart that was almost impossible to contain. Jim earned his BA and MA in educational psychology from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. After graduating, Jim had a successful and lengthy career as a business executive, assisting numerous firms with their marketing and sales initiatives. When his love for his kids and his enthusiasm for athletics came together, Jim seemed to be at his happiest.

He influenced the lives of numerous young athletes in Wyckoff throughout his more than 20 years as a youth coach there. Jim still talked about those times with friends and family and treasured every second he spent with his teammates. As his children became older, Jim started to concentrate his efforts on the Ramapo High School (RHS) Booster Program, which during his leadership enhanced the RHS sporting facilities. Jim was further chosen to serve a three-year term on the Ramapo/Indian Hills Regional School Board. The love and support of his expanding family was Jim’s most prized function in life.

He was most proud of being a loving and caring grandfather to his five grandkids, for whom he was recently dubbed Most Valuable Pops (MVP). He was compassionate, giving, and loving. He was everyone’s friend, the life of the party, and truly lived each day to the utmost. Michael and Robert Hogan, James’ brother and father, both passed away before him. His beloved children Christopher Hogan and wife Ashley, Jeffrey Hogan, Erinn Hogan, and fiancé Charley Stanley, as well as his cherished grandchildren Chase, Parker, Peyton, Carter, and Owen, as well as his siblings, sister Deirdre DuPlessis, brothers Steve and Brian Hogan, all survive. He was married to Mary Ellen for 36 years. All services will be held privately at his family’s request. The Hogan family’s funeral arrangements are being handled by O’Brien Funeral Home in Wall Twp.

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