2990 Church St., South Mountain, ON

Edward Joseph Hogan July 13, 1957 - February 9, 2018

At home encircled by family and friends on Friday February 9, 2018. Ed Hogan age 60 of Saint John, N.B. Beloved husband of Kathryn Boyd. Loving Dad of Brett Hogan, Connor, Kaeden and Eddie Boyd-Hogan. Dear brother of Frank and Mary (Allan) Campbell all of Saint John, N.B. Cherished Uncle Eddie to Rachel, Colin and Tabitha. Predeceased by his parents Edward & Rita Hogan. Dearly loved son-in-law of Dale and Jane Boyd and brother-in-law of Shannon Boyd.

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Ed will rest at the Byers Funeral Home, 2990 Church Street, South Mountain, ON K0E 1W0 (613-989-3836) on Monday February 12, 2018 from 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Service will be held at the South Mountain United Church, Main Street on Tuesday February 13, 2018 at 11 a.m.( A Memorial Service will be held at a later date in Saint John, N.B. ) A Funeral Luncheon will follow at the South Mountain Agricultural Hall. Spring Interment South Gower Cemetery. By family request donations may be made to a Charity Ed founded-The Mike James Memorial Fund at Toronto Foundation (to support alternative programming in schools for students at risk of dropping out and not graduating). Online condolences may be made at


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    Mary & Alan Campbell says

    We nlove you Big Brother!

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    Ann Brown says

    My condolences to all on the loss of your loved one, Ed. I worked with Ed at River Valley Middle School. He was a wonderful guy who truly cared about the students. He had a wonderful sense of humour and a great smile. I really enjoyed working with him.

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    Christine Mercier says

    Very sorry for your loss Kathy. Hugs to you and the family

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    Wilbur Fennell says

    My condolences to Eds family.My heart goes out to you at this time I was a friend of Franks and met Eddie at the family home.He was truly a nice guy always happy and full of life.I would go over to see Frank and a lot of time would spend time just talking to Ed.He will be missed.Over the passed years we had lost touch but every time I would drive by the homestead I would wonder what he was doing.Eddie RIP. May God ease the pain you are feeling.

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    Michael & Renee Welling says

    Heartfelt sympathies to Katheryn, the children and the rest of Ed’s family. We have never met, but my wife Renee and I knew Ed through our mutual friend Rob. We first met Ed over 25 years ago — he and Rob and Brian Lund were quite a trio. Ed was without a doubt the gentleman of the bunch, and we truly enjoyed what time we spent with him. We last connected via email in Nov. where we hoped to connect over a beer or two before the new year. I’m sorry that didn’t come to pass. He was a lovely man.

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    Kevin Murphy says

    My condolences on Ed’s passing. He was a genuinely nice man and in my short time knowing him in the North he truly was a gentleman who had a kind word for all he met.

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    Tom McNulty says

    Lots of fun when we were kids. Lived around the corner on Summer St. Played Lacrosse with Eddie.

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    Christine OHara says

    I am so saddened to hear of Eddie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with his entire family.

    Christine,Shantel and Corey

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    Ted & Karin Ceelen says

    Our deepest sympathy to the family at this time. We hope that the good memories you have and are able to share will help ease the pain. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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    Geri Durant says

    My sincere condolences. Sending sympathies and healing thoughts.

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    Beth Quigg Lewis says

    My thoughts and prayers to Ed’s family. He was a good friend and colleague. We enjoyed many great basketball games on the court, especially Assumption School!

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    Judith Meinert Thomas says

    My dearest dearest Kathryn… I just read about your beloved Ed’s death. I have been thinking about him so much and the two of you with your family have been constantly on my mind. I have so many great memories of him and they will stay with me forever. I send you and the children much love, many prayers and hoping to meet you in Saint John at some point in the future. Judith

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    Donna Hennessey says

    I was so sad to hear of Ed’s passing. He was a great guy and will be truly missed. Dan had so much fun working with him in the Simond’s High Resource Room. They were definitely a team and Ed was really missed when he moved to Toronto. We always looked forward to his visits back east when he would stay with us and even brought students to visit wi th us. I have fond memories of Ed sailing with us. It still seems unreal to me that they both ended up with Melanoma. I was so glad that I got to visit Ed in December and shared such a nice time together. He loved you and the children so much and was so proud of you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you Kathryn.

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    Grace Stobo says

    Kathy & the children , Jane Dale, & all the

    Thinking of you at this sad time

    Grace Stobo


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    Michael m McAllister says

    Rest In Peace Ed

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    Terri Mathews says

    My deepest sympathies to you Kathryn and your family. I’m sending you the biggest hug ❤️

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    Terry Nagle says

    My sincere sympathy to all of the Hogan family.

    Eddy was a fun and loving friend. And will be sadly missed.


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    Amy nicholls says

    My condolences to u n your boys kathy n the rest of the family

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    David Logan says

    So many memories of so many adventures.

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