Marcia Hoag

Marcia A. Hoag

September 4, 1939 - February 6, 2020
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Marcia Ann Hoag

On Thursday February 6, 2020 Marcia was peacefully reunited with Gage, the love of her life and their three daughters, Hope, Kim & Jenny

She is survived by her loving children Rick (Karen) Hoag, Lisa Hoag, Patrick (Michele) Hoag, Nicole (Joe Houston) Hoag, Son-in-Law Christopher (Chip) Organ. Proud Gran to Kelly (Sean) Ronayne, Brooke (Richard) Fagan, Darien (Ashleigh) Schoolcraft, Tyler Schoolcraft, Sarah Hoag, Andrew (Savannah) Gordy, Spencer Hoag, Emily (Kenny)Lanier, Christopher Organ, Zachary Organ, Taylor Hoag and Jacob Hoag. Proud GG (Great Gran) to Isabella Ferguson, Riley Ronayne, Nora Ronayne, Richard Fagan, Madelyn Fagan, and Brendan Schoolcraft. She is further survived by her sister Karen (Paul) Sawicki, and dear friend Patricia Zainer.

Marcia was proceeded in death by her former husband and friend, Gage F. Hoag, her daughters Hope L. Schoolcraft, Kimberly A. Organ, and Jennifer L. Hoag, parents Rueben and Agnes Sherman, and brother Robert Sherman.

Marcia was born in Hartford, WI. She grew up, went to school, married and raised her seven children in the Milwaukee/ Wauwatosa WI area. Marcia loved to travel, taking cruises to Alaska and the Mediterranean and traveling to Sweden, Amsterdam and Ireland. Marcia was a voracious reader and enjoyed going to plays as well as enjoying a good steak with a glass of wine. Also, of course, Marcia enjoyed shopping and spoiling others.

Marcia was a strong independent woman and leader. She had a long and successful career in mentoring and motivating people. She started an auto dealership with her husband, and then began her extensive career in credit and collection. Marcia worked at Raintree Publishing, Thermal Company and Reinhardt Foods in Wisconsin.

Marcia was always ahead of her time and had an entrepreneurial spirit. In 1986 she started the Wisconsin Chapter of Links, Inc., a networking organization out of Arizona for female business owners. They would meet monthly for brunch, motivational speakers and networking.

In 1991 Marcia relocated to Phoenix, Arizona to begin a new chapter in her life. She started working as a temporary employee at Homedco making copies. Marcia then rose through the ranks to become Credit and Collections Manager. Marcia retired from Preferred Home Care, where she had many roles including Director of Reimbursements.

Mom always said her greatest accomplishments were her children. Everything she did was always with family in mind. There are so many memories, from trips to Disney World, to camping in Colorado, to funny face sandwiches and Sunday night dinners. Mom will forever be in our hearts and minds. We love you mom.

Due to the coronavirus, the family has decided to hold a private / family only celebration.

Memorial donations can be made to St. Jude’s
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Mary Lynn

Posted at 12:39am
Bon Voyage, Marcia. You will be remembered as a very classy lady who always had time for this particular "outlaw". Starting with swim suit shopping when I was 11 and continuing on with make up tips, late night wine sharing (OMG Gallo by the gallon), chatting when I needed a friend, the list goes on..........You are sorely missed.
All my love, Mary Lynn

David Scheven

Posted at 02:55pm
I was lucky to have Marcia teach me the ways of Medicare and Medicaid billing when I first moved to Arizona and started working for Homedco. At Preferred Homecare Marcia helped us build the A/R Department and was always someone I could trust and lean on. While I preferred to keep my birthdays secret Marcia would not have any of that and was there to make the day special. Marcia always volunteered to watch my kids when I needed a long getaway weekend with my wife. My condolences to Nicole and the entire Hoag family.

Lisa Abalos

Posted at 09:22am
My thoughts and prayers are with her and her family. I was blessed to have known this lady for she was the light of my work years at Homedco and Apria Healthcare. She was my work Mom, as she used to tell me all the time. I've shared many good times with her and had so many stories. She took me under her wings and she protected me just like one of her own. She used to tell me that all Lisa's were alike, as she had a daughter with the same name. As the years past bye and like most friendships, we went our separate ways and lost touch. When I heard the news, It was like I lost a Great friend that I had forever. May God bless her family in this time of grieving for she will be Greatly missed! R.I.P. Marcia, until we meet again!

Bob Dietz

Posted at 04:59pm
On behalf of myself and the entire Dietz family, please accept our condolences on your loss. Marcia was a wonderful lady and always seemed to have a smile on her face and had a great sense of humor. I am very sorry for her passing and hope that you can find peace in this sad time. I also hope that you can find some comfort in remembering the good times you shared, of which I know there are many. Please know that my and my family's thoughts and prayers are with you all. She will be missed. God Bless.

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