Jason Hogarth

Jason Chandler Hogarth

May 17, 1968 - May 1, 2019
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Jason Chandler Hogarth, 50, a resident of Lothian, MD, died on May 1, 2019 at his residence due to pancreatic cancer. Born on May 17, 1968 in Annapolis, MD to Nancy and Clarence Hogarth, III, Jason was a carpenter and colonial master gunsmith. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his devoted companion, Sandy Linkous of Lothian; his children, Jared, Laina and Riley Hogarth; his siblings, Clay Hogarth and Toby Marucci and his grandson, T'suna Pate. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake, 90 Ritchie Hwy., Pasadena, MD 21122. Condolences may be made by clicking the Memory Wall link on this page.
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Ronda Dauberd

Posted at 08:27am
To a childhood friend I met at Friendship Indiana during the spring shoot at the N.M.L.R.A. campgrounds playground. He had his buckskins on and was the first boy I ever kissed playing around the light pole. We were 8 years old. Rest in Peace Jason.

Erica Panella Krabitz

Posted at 05:52pm
I’m so sorry for the entire Hogarth family. I’ve been thinking of you all, and praying for you too. I hope you can comfort each other and find hope in the afterlife where all thing are made new. Loving each of you! (Hugs)


Posted at 03:41pm
I'm gonna miss you J! See ya again some day!

Carol Hart

Posted at 05:53pm
My fondest memory of Jason was when the Patuxents were camping in Davidsonville and he, Kenny and Greg Mazer and Kristen and Karen were playing in the woods. Those were the good days. My thoughts and prayers are with Speedy, Nancy, Toby, Clay and all of the rest of the family. He is no longer suffering and is with the other Patuxents that have preceeded him at the great rendezvous in the sky.

Greg Mazer

Posted at 11:02am
To a childhood friend, taken too soon. Until we meet again. Prayers for the family. I regret we did not reconnect sooner. Greg Mazer

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