March 31, 1966 - May 8, 2021
Wichita, Kansas - Clinton G. Hogg, 55, Walmart Stocking Team Lead, passed away Saturday, May 8, 2021. Visitation with family present will be held from 6-8 pm, Wednesday, May 12, and Celebration of Life Service, 1:00 pm, Thursday, May 13, both at Broadway Mortuary, 1147 S. Broadway. Clint is survived by his wife, Kathy Hogg; mother, Loretta Hogg; sister, Cheryl (Mike) Kuss; brother, Chad (Karen) Hogg; children, Shawn Ridpath, Stacy (Nathan) Satterfield, and Jayme Ridpath; 7 grandchildren, 3 nieces, and 1 nephew. He was preceded in death by his father, Donald E. Hogg. Memorials to: Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism: Wild Trust/Hunting. Share condolences at www.cozine.com. Services by Cozine Memorial Group-Broadway Mortuary.
Clint grew up in Wichita and graduated from Southeast High School in 1984. He turned his first job working part-time at Dillons into a career. He worked at both Dillons for many years and Walmart for over 15 years. Clint met Kathy in 1995 through an acquaintance at Dillons and they were married in July 1996. Growing up he participated in Boy Scouts up through high school, especially enjoying the annual camping trips to Colorado. Many of his summers were spent with his grandparents and uncle working on the farm and fishing with his granddad. Clint enjoyed hunting at the farm with his dad and a dog beside him which started early in life and continued on throughout his life. In his youth, he played the bass guitar and enjoyed hard rock and his garage band. After marrying Kathy, Clint gained three teenage children. He always treated Shawn, Stacy and Jayme as his own. He enjoyed spending time with his children and helping them whenever he was able to. Clint has 7 grandchildren who he loves. He would brag about them any chance he got. He was so proud of all of them. Clint would attend all of the grandchildren’s activities even if it meant going straight from work. Clint enjoyed fishing and hunting with his family and always made time to teach along the way. He loved meeting up with his hunting buddies and their children. He loved spending time with his sister, brother, brother-in-laws, sister-in-laws, nieces and nephew. He loved his family, his co-workers, friends and everyone he met throughout his life. He has a kind soul. Clint enjoyed going to bingo with Kathy on the weekends, going to the casinos and jumping in the truck last minute and taking a quick weekend getaway.
Clint went to be with the Lord and was greeted by many loved ones. His Journey here on Earth has ended but it’s just begun in Heaven. Clint will be missed dearly but he will live on through our memories..
Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism: Wild Trust/Hunting
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