Donna Hogan
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Donna Hogan
Donna Faye Hogan is an American author best known as Anna Nicole Smith's younger half-sister. Hogan was born and raised in Houston, Texas. Donna has been quoted as saying when she worked at gentleman's clubs, she would earn upwards of $2000 per night. In April 2007, she wrote a book entitled Train Wreck: The Life and Death of Anna Nicole Smith, about Smith.
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Sturdy Hospital Honors Employees
Foxborough Patch - almost 5 years
Sturdy Memorial Hospital recently recognized 236 employees for a combined total of 3,070 years of service at the annual awards dinner held recently at the Holiday Inn located in Mansfield. Top honors went to Donna Ahlquist, who was honored for 45 years of service.  A complete listing of honored employees follows: 45 Year Award Donna Ahlquist. 40 Year Award Maureen LaFleur and Jean Ryan. 35 Year Award Anthony Costa, Joyce Cottam, Denise Cuneo, Shannon Dolan, Michael Fabrizio, DO, Brian Marcil, Patricia Martin, and Ann Marie Nicotero. 30 Year Award Judith Boardman, Andrea Cacciapaglia, Kathleen Dion, Cheryl Flynn, Anne Jolly, Michael Robin, Patricia Sanford, and Mary Wallace. 25 Year Award Margaret Almeida, Lisa Anthony, Michele Cornetta, Deborah Flynn, Joyce Gawlik, Dwayne Griffin, Kathleen Hague, Elizabeth Hart, Jane Larkin, Kathleen Murray, Lewis Rheaume, Tonda Sison, Diane Stoves, Jean Stringham, and Joanna Young. 20 Year Award Denise A ...
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Honor & Help Our Service Men and Women
Plainfield Patch - almost 5 years
Please help the Military Ministry honor and help local men and women and their families who serve our country in our Armed Forces. Hour of Silent Prayer - Please, devote an hour with us to pray for those who wear our uniforms. Come on Friday, May 18 to pray in St. Mary’s Adoration Chapel at 6:00pm. Collecting the Top Ten Most Needed Items - on Saturday and Sunday, May 19/20. Look for the Military Ministry box in the Commons/Gym. The Top Ten items are Slim Jims; Jelly (32 oz or less; NO Glass Please); Mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup (Individual Packets); Crackers (1# box or less); Toilet Paper; Cereal Bars; Comics from the daily newspaper; Gently used magazines/books; Foot Powder (20 oz or less); Body Wash (18 oz or less); Microwave Popcorn; Anti itch and antibiotic creams; and Blank Greeting cards. Letter Writing - Please show your support by writing a note of your support to our Military Men and Women, Sunday, May 20, 8:00am to 12:00pm in the Gym. Plainfield Memorial Day Par ...
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Dine At The Ninety-Nine Monday To Benefit Gathering Change
Lynnfield Patch - almost 5 years
The following is an announcement from Gathering Change, Inc. Carry out or dine in on Monday April 23 at Ninety-Nine Restaurant and Pub at 317 Salem Street, Lynnfield between the hours of 5 and 9 p.m. to help raise money for Gathering Change Inc.  They will be participating in the 99 Restaurants “Dining For a Cause” program where the restaurant will contribute 15% (excluding tax and gratuity) from the evening's diners.  The purchase of gift cards is also included in this fundraiser. Please join the Board of Directors of Gathering Change Inc. by dining in or carrying out to help raise funds for local food pantries. You must present a voucher at the time of purchase in order for Gathering Change Inc. to receive credit for the sale.  Vouchers can be accessed through this link - or contact Donna Hegan donna.hegan1@verizon.net. For those of us fortunate enough to have enough food, “Dining for a Cause” for Gathering Change Inc. can be an important way to raise funds for the food ...
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Dine at the 99 ~ Help Gathering Change, Inc.
North Reading Patch - almost 5 years
Dine in or carry out on April 23rd at the Ninety-Nine Restaurant and Pub at 317 Salem Street, Lynnfield, between the hours of 5:00-9:00pm to raise money for Gathering Change, Inc.  GCI will be participating in the 99 Restaurant's "Dining for a Cause" program where the restaurant will contribute 15% (excluding tax and gratuity) from the evening's diners.  The purchase of gift cards is also included in this fundraiser. Gathering Change, Inc. raises money in local communities for neighborhood food pantries.  Food pantries offer groceries to people who are having trouble making ends meet month to month.   You must present a voucher when you are seated in order for Gathering Change to be credited for the fundraiser. Vouchers can be accessed by going to GCI's website: www.gatheringchangeinc.org, click on Newsletter Archive on the right hand side, then click on April 2012 Newsletter.  Once you are in the current newsletter, click on April 23: Dine at 99 for GCI on the left.  You may als ...
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Community Event to Benefit Livermore Public Library
Livermore Patch - almost 5 years
Here's information provided by The Rotarian Foundation of Livermore: The community is invited to a celebration benefitting the Livermore Public Library, hosted by the Rotarian Foundation of Livermore in honor of its 25th anniversary. Scheduled for 7:30 to 10 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at the Livermore Public Library Civic Center, the event will feature a diverse showcase of music and dance. A significant portion of the proceeds will be donated to the library. The entertainment line-up includes Mariachi performers; dancers from Valley Dance Theater, Grupo Folklorico Tlapalli and It’s All about Dancing; a string quartet from the Livermore-Amador Symphony, vocalists from the Livermore Valley Opera, and music from Mike Bocchicchio and the Virtual Trio, bluegrass and Irish music artists Reggie and Jesse Gaylord, Scottish fiddler Don Homan, and harpist Anna Lorenz. The event also will feature a library tour, Livermore Valley wines and hors d’oeuvres by Checkers Catering. ...
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Twin sisters went to Mallow Tesco to intimidate witness - The Corkman
Google News - over 5 years
Donna Hogan (22), of 1 Bolster Terrace, Mallow, and her sister Margaret, of the same address, both pleaded guilty to intimidation. Meanwhile, two other sisters, Crystal and Kathleen, had a charge of intimidation struck out by the state prior to the
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Good Works: June 20 - BurlingtonFreePress.com
Google News - over 5 years
The $2500 Donna Hogan Award went to Stevie Durocher of Sutton. The following 11 students were awarded $1500: Jacob Booth of Hampson, Mass.; Katrina Dudley, of Sheldon Springs; Kristen Guillette of West Charleston; Meghan Hill of Benson; Lydia Kifner of
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Volunteers honored for helping collect 22 tons of hazardous waste - Ultimate Fort Bend
Google News - over 5 years
Missouri City Parks & Recreation Director Larry Foos presented Donna Hogan, Frank Hogan, Megan LeGrue and David Pay with certificates at the monthly Parks board meeting. Missouri City residents who are interested in recycling, green spaces and parks,
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Rockford Township Grand Opening Celebrated with Giveaways - dBusinessNews Atlanta (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
At a May 10 sales meeting, the grand-prize getaway was awarded to Donna Hogan of Keller Williams Dallas Highway. “Our grand opening events were a tremendous success, with a great turnout for the weekend celebration and more than 80 Realtors for the
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Google News - almost 6 years
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Scarpe Hogan: collezione ballerine per la primavera-estate 2011 - TuttoNotizia
Google News - almost 6 years
Proprio tra le scarpe da donna Hogan spiccano diversi modelli di ballerine davvero interessanti, che il marchio ha voluto riproporre, visto l'enorme successo degli anni scorsi. Per la primavera-estate 2011, troviamo delle scarpe ballerine molto
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Death Propels Biography From the Backlist to the Front Burner
NYTimes - about 10 years
For all the ink that has been spilled over Anna Nicole Smith, very little of it has been in books -- except for a lone decade-old biography. ''Great Big Beautiful Doll,'' by Eric and D'Eva Redding, is the only book about Ms. Smith on the market, said its publisher, Barricade Books in Fort Lee, N.J. Since Ms. Smith's sudden death last week,
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CELEBRITY; Why Did We Watch? The Answer Isn't Pretty
NYTimes - about 10 years
Becoming famous is relatively easy: Anna Nicole Smith was born with a beautiful face, a big smile and a voluptuous body she was happy to bare for Playboy. Staying famous for nothing much is hard work, and that is the real story of Ms. Smith's life and death. Her desperation for fame was so raw that she didn't mind being the butt of the joke if it
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Donna Hogan
    THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Age 35
    In April 2007, she wrote a book entitled Train Wreck: The Life and Death of Anna Nicole Smith, about Smith.
    More Details Hide Details To promote the book, Hogan appeared on more than 300 radio shows nationwide, and granted interviews with CNN, Fox News, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood and Inside Edition. Hogan also runs a gift basket and specialty food business called, Donna's Country Delights, and has plans to release a cookbook. Hogan is the mother of three children: Ashley Elizabeth (born 1992), Kayla Victoria (born 1993), and Brandon Armando (born 1995). She resides in Montgomery County, Texas.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on May 11, 1971.
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