ESCONDIDO, Calif.—Nancy Jolene Hughes Bogart of Escondido, Calif. departed this life on June 18, 2014.
She was born Nov. 17, 1938 in Halstead, Kan. to Alton Dillman, and Una Lucile Cross Hughes. The family moved form Kansas to the Monte Vista area when she was 12 years old. She married her high school sweetheart, John Bruce Bogart, Jan. 6, 1956, in Monte Vista and began her life as a Navy wife. This took her to California, Tennessee, the Philippines and last returning to Escondido where John retired from the Navy.
Bogart worked as a secretary for Escondido Disposal, retiring after 25 years.
She was very active in her church and loved teaching Sunday school and Bible school. She was very passionate in her family genealogy and spent many hours researching the family tree. It always gave her great joy to find a long lost relative or old family pictures. Bogart loved traveling, camping, hiking, sewing and most of all spending time with family and friends.
Nancy is survived by her children, Deborah Jo (Gary) Fehrenbach; Alton “Tony” Bruce Bogart and Charlene Renae (Dean) Vogt. Her grandchildren, Eric (Jennifer) Belnap; Kathie Jo Benson; Joey (Stacie) Benson; Tyler Bogart; Justin Bogart; Zachary (Nichole) Belnap; Bree Vogt; Jared and Chelsea Fehrenbach and six great grandchildren all of the southern California area. Her sisters Carolyn Gitile of Cornville, Ariz.; Lynette “Sue” Hughes of Chetwynd, B.C., Canada and Katherine (Terry) Freel of Moffat, Colo. and numerous neices and nephews.
Bogart was proceeded in death by her parents, husband John Bogart and sister Joan Schmidt.
Services were held Tuesday, June 24 at the Bethel Baptist Church in Escondido, Calif.