Paul D. Hogue, 77 of Allison, Iowa and formerly of Waverly, Iowa, died on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
Paul was born on July 26, 1941, in Los Angeles, California, the son of Paul Dean Hogue Sr. and Irma (Johnson) Hogue. He graduated from Compton High School in 1959 and entered the United States Air Force in 1961. He was stationed in Waverly at the Air Force base and was honorably discharged in 1964. Following his discharge, Paul was united in marriage to Rosemary Briner which later ended in divorce. He worked for Northwestern Bell (now Century Link) for over 40 years, retiring in 2007. Paul was united in marriage to Brenda Lee (Koll) Nichols on December 9, 2002 in Nashua, Iowa.
In his younger years, Paul discovered his passion for cars and enjoyed rebuilding engines. He spent many enjoyable weekends drag racing at the Cedar Falls Raceway and following NASCAR. Paul developed a lifelong interest for music and was knowledgeable in rebuilding stereos, radios and T.V’s. He was a longtime member of the Waverly AMVETS, where he also used to DJ.
Paul is survived by his wife, Brenda Hogue of Waverly; a daughter, Kelly M. Hogue of Marshall, Michigan; a son, Ryan P. Hogue of Waverly; Brenda’s children, Brian (Sherry) Nichols of La Crosse, Wisconsin; Kent (Jennifer) Nichols of Shell Rock; Gary (Jeana) Nichols of Greene; Kirk (Yin) Nichols of Wellsburg and Michelle Jones of Waverly; three grandchildren, Dakota Schneider, Elijah Swenson, and Trenton Hogue; eleven step grandchildren, Luke Nichols, Samantha Nichols, Andrew Nichols, Anthony Nichols, Hannah Nichols, Tyler Nichols, Evan Jones and Mckenna, Spencer, Alexandria and Menah Morgan; two step great grandchildren, Mason Nichols and Wyatt Kramer; brothers-in-law, Tom Siladi of California and Randall (Debbie) Koll of Citrus Heights, CA; and sisters-in-law, Beverly (Jim) Ryan of Santa Nella, CA and Vivian (Salam) Koll of Elk Grove, CA and several nieces and nephews all of California. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Joyce Siladi and Beverly Albers.
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