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In Memory

Marvin Cleon Hogensen (Teacher)

Marvin Cleon Hogensen (Teacher)

On October 24, 1996 at 6:05 a.m. Marvin Cleon Hogensen, 65, died at home in his sleep after a prolonged illness.

He was born December 12, 1930, in Ogden, Utah the son of Ernest Cleon Hogensen and Dora May Andrews. He married Shirley Blanche Carson on October 9, 1964, in the Salt Lake Temple. He was raised and educated in Ogden and lived the last 30 years in Roy.Marvin taught law, history and social studies at Highland High School in Salt Lake City for 29 years until he retired due to medical reasons in 1981. Marvin attended Weber State College and Brigham Young University. He had a Masters degree from the U of U and LLB and JD degrees from Blackstone Law School.

Marvin was a past member of the Ogden Jaycees and Roy Lyon's Club. Mr. Hogensen graduated from the Schiff Scout Reservation for Scout Executives, he served as a Scout Executive for the Cache Valley Council B.S.A. He ran the scout camp for two years. He also loved to travel, having made trips to Europe, Asia, Canada and the Eastern United States.

Marvin was a member of the Ogden 6th Ward and the Roy 16th Ward. He served in various positions and was a High Priest. Marvin was called on a mission to the United Kingdom, but was unable to serve because he was drafted by the U.S. Navy. He was a veteran of the Korean War and saw duty throughout Asia.

Surviving are his widow of Roy; and one son, Scott Carson Hogensen. He is also survived by one brother, Gary Jay Hogensen, his wife, Shirley Woods Hogensen and one nephew, Ryan Hogensen. He was preceded in death by parents and one nephew, Alex Jay Hogensen.

At his request, no viewing or formal funeral will be held. He will be cremated after a brief private service directed by Myers Mortuary of Roy.