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Aija L. Gogan
November 14, 1929 ~ February 23, 2019 (age 89)
Obituary & Services
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Linda M. Hayes
March 2, 2019 9:54 AM
To all the Gogan family.....Jim, Nancy and all your families my heartfelt sympathy to you all. I remember your Mom and Dad both vividly, they were a very "handsome" couple and so nice. I am so sorry on your loss.
February 28, 2019 2:17 PM
Oh! The first memories that popped up were the knitting club at June's in Stony Creek! To all the Gogan family - sorrow for your loss.
Jackie and Wally Philips
February 28, 2019 8:15 AM
Dear Gogan Family, It has been years since we have seen Aija. She was such a sweet and caring woman. We always enjoyed her company. We send our sympathy to you all. Jackie and Wally Philips
Patty Nizolek Conte
February 27, 2019 6:18 PM
To the Gogan Family,
I send this note with such sadness and some regret regarding Aija,s passing. The sorrow is for the loss of my mother’s best friend . They raised their children just down the road from each other for many years in Stony Creek, thus becoming close friends. The regret is that mom(Ellen Nizolek) Did not get a chance to pay one last visit to Aija,..they were only doors away from each other at Ft Hudson ..not knowing Aija was there where mom still resides. Sending prayers, Patty Nizolek Conte Creek thus becoming very close friends
February 27, 2019 8:04 PM
Patty, please let us know what wing she is in. We would love to stop in and visit her, even if she doesn't remember us. Debby Gogan Wager
February 26, 2019 7:14 PM
To Iaja’s beloved family, I am so sorry for your loss and my heartfelt prayers are with you. I met Iaja at a bible study in Warrensburg. She was such a friendly and caring person. I brought my daughter, Kristen, with me and as soon as Iaja met her, she befriended her. When we met again, Iaja brought her a gingerman bread doll which she had sewed. Kristen was so happy with the doll and to this day has fond memories of Iaja making that doll for her.