Thomas (Tom) Joseph HOGAN

29th December 1931 - 31st March 2021
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St Therese of Lisieux Church
40 Perth Street
8 April 2021, 10:30AM


HOGAN Thomas Joseph (Tom)

Passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday 31 March 2021.

Dearly loved husband of Gwen (O’Callaghan), and the late Muriel (Snowy) Hogan (nee McRandle).

Tom was in his 90th year young.

Loved father and father in law of Bridget and Grant McAllister, Michael and Leeann, Mark and Martha, Sean, and Bede and Heidi.

Loved Grandad of James; Daniel, Sam and Oliver; Timothy, Sarah and Declan; Mikayla and the late Jack.

Beloved son of the late Michael and Ellen (Nellie) nee Concannon.

Loved brother and brother in law of Malachi, Mary and Joe* Dooley, Margaret and Jim* Boyle, Margaret and Michael* Hogan, Kathleen and Gordon Fairlie (and the late Denis Cummings), Steve*, Kevin* and Brenda* Hogan.

Loved Uncle of all his nieces and nephews.


Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St Therese of Lisieux Church, 40 Perth Street, Invercargill on Thursday 8th April 2021 at 10.30am. Interment at Eastern Cemetery will follow.

Rosary will be held on Wednesday 7th April at 7pm, St Therese of Lisieux Church.

Messages to 234 Bridge Inn Road, Roslyn Bush, RD 6, Invercargill or to view the service on Livestream via Tom’s tribute page at

(*denotes deceased)



Much love and heartfelt thoughts to you Bridget and your family. Linda and Peter Hunt
Linda Hunt, Invercargill
Thinking of you all ,at this time he was a lovely man, R.I.P. 🙏 look after each other
God Bless Brenda Scully
Brenda scully, Invercargill
Deepest sympathy.
Bob and Shirley McDowell, Invercargill
Dear Gwen, Bridget, Michael, Mark, Sean and Bede,
I am sorry that I will not be able to join you on Thursday to farewell Tommy. I know that it will be a wonderful and very moving gathering. I hope that being surrounded by the large family that he treasured will help ease the sadness of this loss. Thinking of you all, love Elizabeth, Joe and Virgil.
Elizabeth Boyle, Auckland
Our parents Peter and Lenore Concannon were so fond of Tom and my brothers Michael, Patrick, Leon and myself remember him so well as a very happy smiling gentleman. He visited our home in Bellevue Hill whenever he was in Sydney and my parents loved being with him. Our deepest condolences to Gwen Brigit, boys and families. We all still feel close to our distant families. Katie Caban (Concannon)
Katie Caban, Sydney
Dear Gwen, Bridget, Michael, Mark, Sean and Bede and your families,
I am sorry that I am not be able to join you on Thursday to farewell Tommy. I will miss not being able to talk to Tommy about the family
as he was so knowledgeable and humorous in his anecdotes from the old days. He was a generous and kind man who lived such a full and interesting life.
He really did literally go out of his way to help people. Tommy valued his family so much and his love of life will always be inspiring and I am sure will comfort you in coping with your sad loss.

Thinking of you all, love Bryan and family.

Bryan Dooley , Downpatrick, Northern Ireland
Our Deepest Sympathy to all the family..Such a gentleman was Tom. RIP Tom.u
Vin an Daphne Devery, Invercargill
Our deepest sympathy to all
From the Jackie, David Finnie & Boys
Jackie Finnie, Cromwell