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Judith C. “Judi” Hogan

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Judith C. “Judi” Hogan

Brewster, WA

Judith C. “Judi” Hogan, 63, of Brewster, WA, passed away March 16, 2014, at Bouse, AZ, while on vacation. She was born July 20, 1950, at Tracy, CA to Charles and LeRae Winn. She grew up with two brothers and three other sisters. The family moved around to the numerous hydroelectric projects throughout the West, until settling in Bridgeport in the mid-60’s. She married Steven P. Hogan on August 13, 1969. They settled in Brewster and had two boys, Brian of Wilbur, WA, and Jason of Brewster, WA. Judi worked for the United States Postal Service and retired as a Postmaster in Brewster in 2010. She enjoyed riding dirt and street bikes, and going on family campouts through the years, as the boys grew up. She was an avid rockhound and jewelry maker, and spent countless hours walking and exploring the Pacific Northwest, Arizona, Montana, and Oregon hills for precious stones that she used in making her jewelry. Judi always had an upbeat attitude and a particular giggle that many people got to witness. She loved spending time with her two granddaughters, Breanna and Kenna, and her three grandsons, Brian Jr., Jaxson, and Austin.

She was preceded in death by her father; mother; and one sister. She will be missed greatly by all who knew her.

Services for Judi will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 19, 2014, at Barnes Chapel in Brewster, WA. There will be a dinner following the service at the Brewster American Legion Hall. Services are under the direction of Barnes Chapel of Brewster. Please feel free to leave your thoughts and memories for the family at

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