Megan Hogan

Megan Hogan, 28, of Amarillo, TX died on November 9, 2019.

Services will be at 10:00 A.M., Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Trinity Fellowship Church West Auditorium with Larry Miles officiating. Burial will be at Claude Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.

Megan was born in Oklahoma City, OK on September 28, 1991 to Gwen Hogan. She graduated from Claude High School in 2010. Megan earned her bachelor’s degree from West Texas A&M University and she had worked as an R.N. at BSA Hospital ICU. She loved to spend time with her family.

She is survived by her fiancé, James Janssen and his daughter Tinsley Griffith, of Amarillo; brothers, Chris Montgomery, of Oklahoma City, Tim Roberts, of Amarillo, B.J. Hogan, of Oklahoma City, and Tyler Hogan, of Oklahoma City; sisters, Rhada Smith, of Amarillo, Julie Collins, of Wellington, TX, Holly Johnson, of Amarillo, and Ashly Hogan, of Amarillo; and numerous blessed nieces and nephews.

24 Replies to “Megan Hogan”

  1. You were such a sweet girl and I was glad to have known you and have you as “family”. I was proud to see you grow up to be a great nurse too! Prayers for your family.

  2. Prayers for her family. I worked with megan a few times in transports of patients and she is a very sweet girl who was taken from us too soon. Miss you megan.

  3. Our family loved this beautiful sweet girl and will miss her deeply. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. It was a wonderful service honoring this amazing caring soul. Thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures.

  4. Megan Hogan you were such a joy to my life you touched my heart only like a daughter can you were a Angel with GOLD WINGS I WILL MISS NOT ONLY MY DAUGHTER I WILL ALSO MISS MY FRIEND ILL SEE YOU AGAIN SOMEDAY ….

  5. She was an awesome nurse! My mom was in and out of BSA for a few years and we seemed to always be blessed with her as a nurse! She was the most kind and loving person we encountered at the hospital!!! Prayers for her family and friends during this sudden loss!

  6. A very sweet hard working girl who was very thoughtful towards her co-workers. She will be missed. May you rest in peace Megan.

  7. Sending love from the Macias family. Jesus greeted you with a smile as big as your own. Rest easy, old friend ❤️

  8. My prayers go to the Kerr and Roberts families and to her extended families and to her many friends who loved her. My family is so very sorry.

  9. Megan’s eyes were most definitely “the mirrors to her soul”. They were beautiful, as was Megan…a beautiful person. I think she never knew how really special that she was!

  10. She was such a positive addition to our family as she
    reached out to each of us individually with her warmth
    and understanding. She expected so little and gave so much.

  11. Megan took care of a family member of mine (being a nurse myself I’m super picky) she was amazing!! She was kind, smart and truly cared! I could tell right away this girl had a heart of gold. She went out of her way to do everything for her patients. Prayers to her family

  12. Our family is heartbroken at the loss of Megan. Our prayers, love, and deepest sympathies go out to every member of your family.

  13. This sweet angel was a God send to me 3 years ago. She took such good care of me in the hospital. She was gentle and kind. She was thoughtful to my needs. I still talk about her when the subject comes up of my hospital stay. This breaks my heart. My prayers go out to her family. The world is so much darker without her.

  14. So sad. Just know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. God will help you though this tragic loss.

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