Terry Wayne Hogner the son of Lewis and Gladys (Girdner) Hogner was born December 11, 1963 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and departed this life on December 18, 2018 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma at the age of 55 years and 7 days.
Terry enjoyed life and he loved his family. He enjoyed fishing and watching OU games. He was an avid sports fan and OU was his favorite. He enjoyed being outdoors and liked to just sit outside and listen to music. He raised game chickens all his life and he enjoyed working with them. He had a huge heart and he would help anyone. He would talk with anyone and he never met a stranger. His family meant the world to him and he loved his grandbabies as if they were his own. Terry touched many lives over the years and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.
He was preceded in death by his father.
He is survived by a loving family which includes his wife Leah Hogner of the home; his mother Gladys Hogner of Tahlequah; his four grandchildren that he was raising Derrick Bell, Michah Cervantes, Shaylyn Bell and Eric Murphy all of the home; seven grandchildren that he thought of as his own; and his sisters Mona Garner, and Linda Palmer both of Tahlequah. Several nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives also survive him.
I was Mrs Baskins neice Patty(Byrd)Girdners best friend me on Terry thru them,my cousin CheckerMy dad n momKenneth anBrendaSwepston owned an operatedCooksonGameClubTterry,Tony barkerkevinjones an I learned to pitchquarters aat chickenfights growing up wouldn't trade those memories for anything.being at the fights taught us sportsmanship an more than any thing it kept alot of kids out of trouble my thoughts an prayers will bbe to the family love you all
Donna(aka donnaT)TurnerHambyCookson, OK
Sure will miss you cousin.. One thing about Terry if you were kinfolk he loved you.. It didn't matter if he wanted to kick you butt but no one else better say they wanted too.. Right, wrong, good or bad Terry loved his family.. He made sure we all knew it also.. Made sure everyone did.. That's one thing we will all miss.. You could always expect a laugh or two when you was around.. I could go on all day talking about the times we all had.. Sure will miss you... We love you Terry..
Marc and Marquita Girdner and familyTahlequah, OK
I have so many fond memories of Uncle Terry! Growing up he was my fun relative I always looked forward to seeing. Whether we were picking him up at a bus station in Kansas City or he was coming over on a weekend at the house on highway 100, it was like a rockstar was visiting! He let me drive his El Camino and Trans Am when i was a little girl and instilled a life long love of sports cars. I loved his laugh and his smile. He was very good to me and I'll always remember him lovingly.
Brandi NibbelinkBroken Arrow, OK