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Lyent Chatman Hogue Jr.

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From page A4 | May 30, 2014 |

Lyent Hogue

Jan. 4, 1959 — May 19, 2014

Lyent Chatman Hogue Jr., 55, was born in Shelby, N.C., on Jan. 4, 1959, to Lyent and Elizabeth Hogue Sr. He made the journey home to a land that is free from sickness, pain, sorrow and death on Monday, May 19, 2014.

He lived in Fairfield for 42 years. He worked for Exxon Refinery for 10 years. He also worked for the Suisun City and Peralta Police Departments, as well as the Solano College police. Then he worked at Harvest Valley School, UHS, Alicante and Creekside Academy for a combination of 12 years.

He is survived by his wife, Gloria Martin Hogue; son, Marques Hogue; daughter, Laquitia Hogue; dedicated loving mother, Elizabeth Hogue; brother, Larry Hogue; sisters, Patricia and Pandora Maddox of  North Carolina, Deborah Hogue-Pettus (Vincent) and Karen Hogue; aunts, Gladys Chatman of New York and Elsie McDowell of North Carolina; stepdaughter, Tamara Thomas; four grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and many great friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Lyent Hogue Sr.

Lyent was a beautiful person who will be missed by many.

A visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 29, 2014, at Fairfield Funeral Home, 1750 Pennsylvania Ave., Fairfield, Calif. Home-going celebration service will be at 11 a.m., Friday, May 30, 2014, at St. Stephens CME Church, 2301 Union Ave., Fairfield Calif.

Arrangements under the care of Fairfield Funeral Home, 707-425-1041.

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  • Salieda MeeksMay 28, 2014 - 11:54 pm

    Hello, my name is Salieda Meeks. Lyent was like an uncle to my brother and I. I have known him practically almost all of my life. I could say many great things about Lyent but that would take up a page or two... So I will leave the family with my deepest symphony for the loss of such a dedicated, well respected and greatly loved individual! However, we know he no longer feels discomfort nor does have a worried mind. Lyent has risen to a place full of beauty and grace! I love you Uncle Lyent & you will never be forgotten....

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  • Evelyn Wiggins-AshfordMay 30, 2014 - 1:34 pm

    Lyent Hogue, loved life, he enjoy teaching others on the significant on how to succeed in life and the pitfalls when you derail off track. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him but its wittiness of encouragement will not be forgotten. My prayers of condolences goes out to the entire Hogue family. ECCLESIASTICUS:41:13 A good life last a certain number of days, but a good reputation lasts forever. ( Jerusalem Bible)

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  • Mr. Otis VarnerMay 31, 2014 - 12:03 am

    I met Lyent after he became the husband to my extended family's daughter Gloria. I became drawn to him because the voice inside him came out as that of a belove passed brother. Many time we find uniquness in each other, I found him to be a person I would have loved to know better, but to me he was as rarely seem as an Eclipse. He was such a positive person and very well liked, by everyone he came in contact with. He will be surely miss by all who knew him, we will see you at The Cross Road Lyent to point us in the direction you travelled through Heaven Gates. You belong to him now, mind, body, and soul.

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