Funeral services for Evaleen Hogg, 86, of Kona, were held February 20 at the Neon First Church of God. Burial was in Green Acres Cemetery at Ermine.
A daughter of the late George Monroe and Ollie Fields, she was the widow of Maynard Clifton Hogg, a sister of the late Willie Eugene Fields and Hargis L. Fields, and a half-sister of the late Ray Fields. She died February 17 at the University of Kentucky Hospital in Lexington.
She attended Stuart Robinson School and Pikeville College and taught at Kingdom Come School, where her father also was a teacher. She later owned and operated the Neon Gulf Station with her husband. In 1965 her husband was elected Sheriff of Letcher County, and she worked alongside him until his term expired in 1969.
She was a member of the Neon First Church of God and the VFW Ladies’ Auxiliary.
Surviving are a daughter, Deborah Kay Hogg, Kona; a son, Paul M. Hogg and wife Sandy, Kona; two grandchildren, Jason Hogg and wife Tina, Kona, and Larissa Hogg Bailey and husband Nathan, Kona; four great-grandchildren, Sophia Grace Hogg, Jaci Harper Hogg, Grant Cooper Bailey and Allisandra Blake Bailey; a sister, Pauline Cornett, Louisville; and a brother, Clarence Reed Fields, Louisville.
Everidge Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.