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Past Commander-in-Chief  William Dudley Hogan, Jr.

William D. Hogan was born in Canton, Georgia on January 14,1922. He enlisted in the Army of the United States in World War II and served in Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Massachusetts, Wyoming, and the European Theater of Operations as a non-commissioned officer. While in Europe, Cdr. Hogan participated in four major battles; Northern France, Ardennes, Central Europe, and the Rhineland.

After graduating from Emory University with a BA Degree in 1947, Cdr. Hogan received his MS Degree from the University of Tennessee in 1949. He was employed by the E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co. Inc. and then by the Chevron Corporation as a research scientist in product development until 1984 when he retired. Cdr. Hogan has been a consultant since then.

In religion, Cdr. Hogan is a Presbyterian; in politics, an independent. He married Virginia Blackwell Keys and they have one daughter, Ann Hogan Johnson.

Cdr Hogan's S.C.V. offices have included Camp Quartermaster, Camp Executive Officer, Camp Commander; Lt. Cmdr. and Commander of the Florida Division; Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Lt. Commander-in-Chief, and in August, 1990, he became the sixty-third S.C.V. Commander-in-Chief at Fayetteville, Arkansas.

William Hogan has served the Military Order of the Stars and Bars as Chapter Commander. Among his other Confederacy-related activities, he is a member of The Society of the Order of the Southern Cross. Cdr. Hogan is an active speaker on the War for Southern Independence and related subjects. He has received numerous S.C.V., MOS&B, and United Daughters of the Confederacy awards and medals. William is a life-long resident of Florida having grown up in St. Augustine and continues to live in Orlando. He is a member of the C.S.S. Florida Camp 102.


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