Margaret Hogan

Margaret Hogan, a lifelong resident of the Bronx, died on February 2, 2021. She was 76.


Mrs. Hogan was born on August 29, 1944 in the Bronx to the late Michael and Rose (Doolan) Molloy. On February 23, 1974 she married Daniel G. Hogan. He died on May 30, 2018. She worked for many years as a school crossing guard for the New York City Police Department. She lived life to the fullest and enjoyed singing and dancing.


She is survived by her daughter Kathleen Magedoff and her husband Lyle; her brothers, Donald Molloy and his wife Delores, Joseph Molloy and his wife Josephine; her brother-in-law Kevin Hogan and his wife Margaret; and her sister-in-law Eileen Hogan. She was a loving aunt to many nieces and nephews and loving god mother to Brian Murphy.


Due to Covid no services will be at this time. A memorial service will be held at a later date.



  1. Kevin Hogan on February 4, 2021 at 9:42 pm

    I knew Peggy for almost 50 years. She was a fun loving lady. She was married to my late brother Daniel Hogan.
    She always looked for the good times in life and was a loving mother to her daughter Kathleen and loving mother-in-law to Lyle. I will always remember Peggy for her love of the Rockaways, paddle ball and all things of Irish Culture.

    Peggy was very kind to my mother in the last days of my mother’s life. She was there to bring her back and forth for her chemo treatments. I will always thank her for this. I know that Peggy is in heaven with her husband Danny, the Hogans, the Molloys, the O’Learys, the Ryans and the Mysiuks. I can see them all gathered around a large table enjoying a drink or two and having many laughs.

    We will miss her and may she rest in peace. She will be in our thoughts and prayers.

    Kevin and Peggy Hogan

  2. Rita McLoughlin on February 4, 2021 at 10:11 pm

    I had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Hogan in the Rambling House with Kathleen and their friends. I remember Kathleen had just introduced me when her mom asked me if I would like a drink. I know from that one experience that she had to have been a warm generous person.

    • Kenny Smith on February 4, 2021 at 10:34 pm

      Over the years anytime we met at one
      of the Family gathering Your Mom
      made it a fun time She will be missed
      My Deepest Sympathies to You
      Kathleen and Your Husband Lyle

      Kenny Smith

    • Maureen Spratley-Longo on February 4, 2021 at 11:01 pm

      My condolences to Kathleen and other family members. Peggy was our neighbor…always friendly to me, my daughter and our blessed lil’ Yorkie named Maevey….I thank Peggy for the many kindnesses she extended to my family…Peggy volunteered in our bldg doing tenant patrol in our lobby….she always played good music while she was on duty to pass the time. We shall miss her very much.

  3. Kathleen Magedoff on February 5, 2021 at 1:31 am

    Mom, you will be missed immensely. No matter what life threw at you, you always remained upbeat positive and fun. You had a heart of gold and were a beautiful person you were inside and out. You were always the life of the parties , knew how to get the parties going. You were not just my mom you were my friend. People always knew where they stood with you. There was nothing phony or ungenuine about you. If you liked someone they knew right away and if you did not like them boy oh boy did they know lol. Your laugh your wittty banter sense of..humor love of life will be missed. May you fly high with the angels and tell dad and the gang i miss them and love them. Keep singing and dancing up in heaven. Love you!

  4. Tommy Radziewicz and Family on February 5, 2021 at 3:21 pm

    Rest in Peace Dear Friend….
    So glad We reconnected in our later years…
    I will always remember the fun times we had in our eariler years…
    Condelences to Kathleen n Lyle and to the rest of your family

  5. Cynthia Dukes on February 5, 2021 at 3:55 pm

    I met peggy when I’m was in high school. It was funny and silly every time we hung out. We reconnected after we both had children and met again when we got together for lunch. Remembering her and some of ou antics will always make me smile.

  6. Tracy Mike on February 5, 2021 at 4:40 pm

    May she live Forever in your Hearts. May the Lord pour Blessings of Healing upon you all.

  7. Elaine Feller on February 5, 2021 at 4:59 pm

    Peggy, you were a very kind and generous Friend to me. Whenever you called me, you never missed
    a chance to inquire about how my family was doing, especially my Daughter Tara who has major health
    issues. Always ringing my bell to see if I needed or wanted anything from the store. I will miss you and your singing and dancing but most of all, I will miss your Friendship.

  8. Kathleen magedoff on February 5, 2021 at 5:50 pm

    Thank you everyone for your condolences and kind words and sharing of memories

  9. Brian Murphy on February 6, 2021 at 5:35 pm

    Dearest “Aunt” Peg,
    You’ll forever be an important source of strength and hope. You battled through some very difficult times,
    selflessly and unwavering, always choosing to bring good cheer to others. You’ve been loving, loyal and faithful
    to your family and friends. What more could we ever want in a person? On my birthday, I choose to celebrate not
    only my life, but especially yours. Love and miss you dearly.

  10. Theresa Murphy on February 6, 2021 at 9:05 pm

    Rest in Peace my dear friend. You have fought a hard battle and was so strong through it all. I am going to miss you so much,but happy to know you are at peace now. My condolences to Kathleen and Lyle and all the family. All my prayers and love, Your friend Terry

  11. Joan on February 8, 2021 at 2:13 pm

    Peggy was my dear friend for many years. I will miss her dearly. Kathleen your mothers amazing generosity and incredible spirit will never be forgotten.She was so special. I realize you have lost a blessing from God. Find comfort in the wonderful memories you will always have. With sincere sympathy to you and your family.

Leave a Comment