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Memorial created 10-13-2015 by
Sharon Hogue
William Guy Hogue, Jr.
October 26 1924 - October 10 2015


This online memorial was created in loving memory of Guy Hogue, Jr., whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign William's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember Guy forever.

Guy was raised in Rolling Fork, MS., enlisted in the Marine Corps at age 18 for WWII and married Ethel VanNamen in 1948. He attended Bowling Green College, KY, majoring in accounting and moved to Nashville, TN in 1949. They moved to Houston, TX in 1953 where he worked for Arthur Anderson and later joined Crutcher Rolf Cummings where he worked until his retirement at the age of 58. He tried his hand as an entrepreneur and finally helped his son organize Moss Seal Company, where he worked in accounting until his death at age 90.

He was honored by the Texas Society of CPA’s as a 50-year member. He continued to keep his license current through continuing education until his mid-eighties.

The family would like to express their appreciation to the incredible staff in intensive care at Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital for their loving care.

Parents: Della and Guy Hogue, Sr. of Rolling Fork, MS.

Children: Sandra (Hogue) & Doug Carruth and children, William Guy (Bill) Hogue, III and children, Dr. Sharon (Hogue) & Dale Luedtke, Mark & Trish Hogue and children.

‘Dadoo’ loved his 6 grandchildren & 13 Great grandchildren

Jennifer (Carruth) & Kevin Brumfield with Brooke & Britt.
Sandie (Carruth) & Omar Kefi with Leila, Sonia & Faris.
Alice (Hogue) & Mike Kay with AnnaBelle, Wyatt, Hazel, Haven, & Eli.
Ashley (Hogue) & Zach Stover with Sadie & Poppy.
Lacy (Hogue) & Andrew McDonald, with Sheridan.
Grayson Hogue

Preceded in death by his parents, Della Mize Hogue and William Guy Hogue, Sr.; sister, Mary Manning; daughters-in-law, Elizabeth (Liz) Hogue and Sarah Hogue.

Guy loved Jesus and his family. He was a life long deacon of the church. He often hosted a backyard fish fry on the Saturday following April 15 tax day, as a reason to get together with family and friends. His Fish Fries and Tomato Gravy were “chick-a-maw good”.  Guy was known as the ‘candy man’ since he loved handing out candy canes with silver dollars attached at Christmas.

Guy would have celebrated his 91st birthday this month and he and Ethel celebrated 67 years of marriage in June 2015.

Memorial Service:

Bethel Church of Houston
Thursday, October 15, 2015, 2:00 pm
825 Bering Drive, Houston, TX 77057 

Donations in lieu of flowers to be made to:

Child Evangelism Fellowship of Texas, 901 Pinemont Dr, Houston, TX 77018, 713-524-7994 http://cefhouston.org/ 


Pine Valley Bible Church, 4101 Grimes St. Houston, TX 77087
832-496-2673 https://www.ourpvbc.org/


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