Wallace Hogge

Jan 25, 1935 - Jun 12, 2016


Wallace Dan Hogge passed away Sunday, June 12, 2016, in Sacramento. Born in Oasis, Utah on January 25, 1935, he came to Sacramento as an infant and called that city home for the rest of his life. He married Ronetta Jean Stowers on July 15, 1955, and they have nine children, 14 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren. He worked as a systems analyst for various technology companies and served as a leader in the local congregations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including as president of the Elk Grove California Stake and as a sealer at the Sacramento California Temple. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, June 20, 2016, at the LDS meetinghouse at 8925 Vintage Park Drive, Sacramento, California.


  • Ted and Susan Horning says:

    President Hogge………you will be greatly missed. Ted and Susan Horning….Our prayers are with the family.

  • Harvey James says:

    Dear Ronetta & Family: Sorry to hear about Wally’s passing and want you to know how much I appreciated knowing and working with him in Sacramento. Serving with him and Hamer Parsons in the stake presidency was a great blessing to me. We served the Lord and enjoyed so much each other’s companionship and love. He was a great man. I often think of Wally. May the Lord’s choices blessings be with you. Love, Harvey & Mary James, St. George, Utah

  • Craig and Gloria Hansen says:

    Dear Sister Hogge and family, We want to express our sympathy and love for you and your wonderful family at the passing of your beloved husband, father and grandfather. While we served our mission in Sacramento President Hogge was truly a wonderful support and so dedicated in his service and example for us all. The missionaries loved to work in the Elk Grove Stake because of President and Sister Hogge and also your wonderful son, Jeff, who was an outstanding counselor in the mission presidency,. Jeff’s dear wife, Kim, was also a wonderful support to Sister Hansen. We hold you and your family in our hearts and want you to know our thoughts and prayers are with you. We hope that you can feel the love that so many have for you. May your hearts be comforted at this difficult time. With Love, Craig and Gloria Hansen

  • Lori Lujan says:

    Offering my deepest condolences to the Hogge family for their loss. Heartfelt gratitude in the sacrafice of all your time, love and Service. Peace and Love.

  • Hope Pierson (Mitchell) says:

    I love Bishop Hogge. He was the best Bishop 6th ward ever had. He loved my Blarny Stones.

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