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Mark Hogan

Mark Hogan, American investment company executive. Named Colorado Young Man of Year, 1957-1958. Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1952-1954. Member of Denver (Denver), Hiwan Country (Denver).

Background

  • Hogan, Mark was born on January 27, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Mark Anthony and Alice (Glavin) Hogan.

  • Education

    • AB, Georgetown University, 1952.

    Career

    • Vice president Koelbel & Company, Denver, 1954-1964. President Hogan/Stevenson Realtors, 1964-1974, Mark Hogan Investment Company, 1974-1994. Member Colorado House of Representatives, 1962-1966, majority whip, 1964-1966.

      Lieutenant governor of Colorado, 1966-1970. Chairman board Colorado Rockies Hockey Team. Democratic candidate for governor, 1970.

      Member National Democratic Policy Council, state chairman, 1979-1981. Board directors Catholic Charities, Metropolitan Denver Young Men’s Christian Association. Trustee Loretto Heights College, 1964-1968.

      Board governors Georgetown University, since 1981.

    Membership

    Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1952-1954. Member of Denver (Denver), Hiwan Country (Denver).

    Connections

    • Children: Cary Lucile, Mark, Lisa, Matthew, Michael.
    • father: Mark Anthony Hogan
    • mother: Alice (Glavin) Hogan
    • children: Cary Lucile Hogan
    • Mark Hogan
    • Lisa Hogan
    • Matthew Hogan
    • Michael Hogan
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    Born January 27, 1931
    Nationality
    • 1952
      Georgetown University
    • 1954 - 1964
      Vice president, Koelbel & Company
      Denver, Colorado, United States
    • 1962 - 1966
      Member, Colorado House of Representatives
    • 1964 - 1974
      president, Hogan/Stevenson Realtors
    • 1964 - 1966
      Member, Colorado House of Representatives
    • 1966 - 1970
      lieutenant governor of Colorado
    • 1970
      Democratic candidate for governor
    • 1974 - 1994
      president, Hogan/Stevenson Realtors
    • 1979 - 1981
      member, National Democratic Policy Council
    • 1979 - 1981
      state chairman, National Democratic Policy Council
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