Monty Hogue - Deceased May 13, 1997

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Monty Hogue; Obituary: Chattanooga News Free Press

Attorney Monty Gene Hogue, formerly of Chattanooga, died Tuesday, May 13, 1997, in Aurora, Colo., after a six-month battle with cancer. He was 48.
Mr. Hogue graduated from Tyner High School in 1967, and graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a degree in aeronautical engineering. In 1988, he graduated with honors from the University of Denver School of Law and practiced law with the firm of Sharon Grossenbach and Associates in Denver.
He was the brother of the late Bryan J. Hogue, Jr.
Survivors include his parents, Bryan and Ola Mae Hogue, Chattanooga; wife, Kyra Hogue; children, Alexandra, Annalisa and William Hogue, all of Littleton, Colo.; daughters, Amanda and Alissa Lockwood, both of Knoxville; sister, Brenda Clark; and nephew Rob Clark, both of Denver.
The funeral will be Thursday at 1:30pm at St James Presbyterian Church in Littleton. Burial will be in Littleton Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Metro Denver Care Center, 3399 S Eagle St., Aurora, Colo., 80014.

Memories of Monty Hogue

From Jim Holcomb: I well remember when Monty got his motorcycle. He came over to my house on Standifer Gap Rd and I rode on the back over to East Brainerd. Don't remember where. That was so cool I had to have a motorcycle myself.
Monty, Leonard Ezell and I rented the downstairs of an old house together as we attended UTK. That was a hoot. I was taking mechanics (the study of forces). It was a fascinating course but challenging for me. Had it not been for Monty's brilliance, I'd never have passed that class.