In Memorial: Patrick Hoggatt

20 March 2008

Patrick Hoggatt, who served the construction equipment industry for more than 25 years, died in March of complications from his long struggle with juvenile diabetes and kidney disease. Working in equipment sales and management, he held positions with Link-Belt, Balderson, Rammer, Indeco and Breaker Technologies. Hoggatt is survived by his wife of 33 years Karol Hoggatt and their three children Timothy, Kristin and Andrew. Hoggatt was a cherished father and family member and a devoted friend and colleague who will be deeply missed. In Memorial: Patrick Hoggatt

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