Scott Allen Hogue passed peacefully into gods hands on Thursday, January 19th, 2023, at his home in Mount Orab, Ohio. It was at this home where he found the most peace, situated on a quiet hill in the country, with a creek running just below the hill, and softly rolling fields surrounded by the expanse of the wilderness. It was just beyond this creek, up a foot path through a clearing in the pines that you find Scott’s hunting blind. Surrounded by a thick brush and built into the hill, this was one of Scott’s favorite places on earth. Always the outdoorsman, Scott was an avid hunter and fisherman.
Scott was preceded in death by his father Ronald “Ron” Hogue. He is survived by his mother Nancy (née Mayer) Hogue, his brother Ron Hogue (Sandy), sister Michelle Hogue (Anthony), and his son Jordan Hogue (Marlon). He is also survived by his nephews Andrew Hogue (Alex) and Brandon Hogue (Kelly).
Scott was a graduate of Elder High School, where he was involved in wrestling and soccer. Scott always enjoyed working with his hands and loved building, learning, and repairing mechanical systems. Scott was the go-to guy for any repairs big or small, and took special pride is offering his expertise for the elderly and infirm. He improved the lives of those he was near in dramatic ways and has received an outpouring of gratitude for all his work. Scott always held his family close in heart and loved to share his art with the world. Scott enjoyed woodworking but found himself enjoying other creative pursuits such as drawing and writing from time to time.
Scott was involved in the Fayetteville House of Worship and found a sense of passion and community in the church. The Hogue family would like to thank the entire congregation for their kindness, grace, love and generosity they have expressed to Scott.
Family and friends are invited to a visitation Thursday, January 26th 5:00 – 7:00 pm followed by a Memorial Service at 7:00 pm at Dalbert, Woodruff & Isenogle Funeral Home (2880 Boudinot Ave. Cincinnati, OH.)
A Celebration of Scott's life on Friday, January 27th 12:00 pm at Fayetteville House of Worship (500 Apple St, Fayetteville, OH.)
If desired, memorials may be made in Scott’s name to the Fayetteville House of Worship, 500 Apple St. Fayetteville, OH 45118.