Roland Hogue
Funeral Date: 5/7/2011

Roland Hogue, age 82, of Strong, AR. died Tuesday May 3rd in Oakridge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, El Dorado, AR. He was born, October 5th 1928 at Benjamin Lake in Union County AR. a son of the late John P. Hogue and Julara Williams Hogue. He was a retired Oilfield worker serving as a machine operator, a United States Army Veteran serving in War War II. and a member of Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ellen Fife Hogue whom he married in 1953 and she died February 22, 1993, spanning 40 years of marriage. A brother, Andy Hogue, 6 sisters- Tommy Fife, Vera Hixon, Hattie Hays, Etta Smith, Opal Smith and Lucille Poole also preceded him in death. He is survived by 1 son, Randy Hogue and spouse Marti, Strong AR,. 2 daughters, Wanda Hogue Sanders, Strong, AR. and Evelyn Sue Coward, Pasadena, TX. 5 grandchildren, Daniel Hogue, Lucy Hogue, Preston Webb, Julie Osgood and Dawn Sanders and 1 great-grandchild, Laken Osgood. Funeral services were 10:00AM Saturday, May 7th at Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Buddy Burton officiating. Music was provided by Mack and Dorothy Ables. Burial was in Green Grove Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Alan Gantz, Euclid Elliott, Danny Waller, Billy Ray Smith, Ryan Smith and Sambo Smith.



Name: James Meeks
Message: Ms. Marti, Daniel and Lucy you will be in our prayers the Meeks' james,teresa, Shannon, Jamie and Nick

Name: Angie Black & Family
Message: My prayers are with all the family at this time, Roland was loved and will be missed by so many of us... GOD Bless....

Name: Phyllis Waller
Message: So sorry for your loss, Randy, Marti and family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Phyllis and Winston

Name: Evelyn Sue Coward
Message: My prayers are with the the family. I am sorry I could not attend. Sincerely, Evelyn Sue

Name: Susie Lee Coward
Message: My sincere condolences to the family.

Name: Kathy Johnson-White
Message: We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your father. I have many fond memories of visiting P. Hill as a child and going to visit at your parent home. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your cousin...Kathy