James Duane Hogue

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James Duane Hogue

October 07, 1964 - February 20, 2019

James Duane Hogue James was born October 7, 1964 in Murfreesboro, TN and died February 20, 2019 in Norman, OK. His dad, Aubrey Hogue was stationed at Sewart AFB and maintained a home with Beverley in Smyrna, TN. After his father's retirement from the Air Force, the family moved to Oklahoma. James attended school in Moore and graduated from Putnam City High School. Soon after graduation his parents moved to Tyler, Texas and James followed them.
In 1987 he married Michelle, and they had a daughter, Sarah, in 1990. They moved to the Dallas Fort Worth area where James worked for several companies installing heat and air systems in new homes. James and Michelle divorced and he later married Cindy with whom he had a son, Jackson, in 2002. He and Cindy divorced, and James returned to Tyler where he cared for his mother until her death. After his mother passed away James moved to Norman, OK to be near his sister. He worked in a number of local restaurants including Royal Bavaria, Sergios, Fancy That, and at Waffle House for the last two years of his life.
James was a big fan of OU football and the Dallas Cowboys. He enjoyed camping and took his son Jackson several times. James like hard rock music and loved reruns of the TV series, "Friends."
Survivors include his daughter, Sarah Blackerby (Jeremy) and grandson, Jayce of Groton, CT; son Jackson Hogue of North Richland Hills, TX; brothers Dean Hogue of Portland, OR and Dale Hogue (Jane) of Plano, TX; sister Kim Hogue (Dale Wares) of Norman, and many nieces and nephews spread from Florida to Oregon.
A memorial service will be held at St. Stephens United Methodist Church March 10 at 3 p.m. Charitable contributions in James' memory can be made to Food and Shelter for Friends in Norman.
Published on March 1, 2019
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