Carin Elisabeth Hogan was born June 20, 1957, in Frankfurt, Germany, to David Thomas and Brunhilde Elisabeth (Hiermann) Hogan.  Once her father separated from the Army, Carin grew up in Colorado Springs, CO.  She graduated from Harrison High School in 1975, and briefly attended Pikes Peak Community College.  She eventually spent her career in the title insurance industry, which she found both rewarding and interesting.  For the past several years, she worked in the commercial division of First Integrity Title Company.  She was deeply grateful for the company’s support.

   In addition to her work efforts, her personal interests included spending time with her loved ones, and she happily attended family events when she was able.  Carin was proud of her German-Irish roots.  Her two great passions were her much-loved Denver Broncos, and being a “mom” to her sheltie-collie fur babies.  She said that they were her reason for getting up in the morning.  Her faith was deeply important to her, and brought her great comfort, which helped her to face her declining health with grace.  At the time of her passing, her church home was Calvary Chapel Cherry Creek.  She enjoyed participating in the Women’s Prayer and Fellowship Group, C4.

Carin is survived by her sisters Joyce Bizzell (Dan), Lynn Lawonn (Rich), and her brother Mike Hogan (Bobbi).  She will be greatly missed by her nieces and nephews, numerous great-nieces and -nephews, as well as her friends and co-workers.

   A Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2022, 11 a.m., at the Shrine of Remembrance, 1730 E. Fountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to Rocky Mountain Collie and Sheltie Rescue, 234 S. Hacienda Del Sol Dr., Pueblo, CO 81007.  www.colliesheltierescue.org

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  1. Dear Lynn, Joyce and Mike – family,
    Carin and I have been dear friends since we lived in Tacoma back in the mid 90’s. We met at a place called the Ram, to watch our Denver Broncos. It was a strong “obessive” joyful bond we held until her passing! We communicated almost daily when we reconnected in early 2014 after a few years of losing touch. Broncos back in the Super Bowl! We had watched every Bronco game via text, TV together ever since. I knew her being house bound it was important to keep a line of communication open and be a person to talk to and depend on to listen. I love her like a sister and will leave a huge void in my heart. We talked constantly about the dogs and all she has been through. The poor thing was in such distress, it broke my heart. We tried to laugh as much as possible through a very rough few years.
    If I can do, help in anyway, please reach out anytime!
    My love and heartfelt sympathy!
    Jackie Coughlin

  2. My sister .. I had no clue. What joy you gave me and what a party you are having in heaven.
    I’ll see you there.

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