Olive F. Hart-Bogue

1930 ∼ 2020


I was so sad to hear of her passing. Hearing her name always puts a smile on my face. The memories of her in my school years will never be forgotten. I still have my cookbook and will cherish it even more than I already do. My condolences to the family. Heaven definitely gained a strong angel

Pam and Bob Koch of Naples Fl wrote:

Our deepest sympathies to Olive Bouge’s children and extended children who have brought great joy to her life. I enjoyed many heart to heart talks with my dear friend and neighbor, Olive. She truly adored and was dedicated to each and everyone of you. The reflection of her love was how you cared for her in the end. How blessed you were to have her as a mother and grandmother and us as a friend. Wishing we could be there during this difficult time. Please know we will be thinking and praying for you all. With love the Koch Family

Donald and Wendy Horton of North Port Florida /Truro Ma wrote:

We are very sorry to learn of Olives passing She was such a warm person and always wanting to help . I am glad to have known her for so long and her family too. She lived a very long life and enjoyed a lot along the way.

louise devaney wrote:

sorry for your loss,friends from the CapeCodFramingham College Club

Sheila A Furrer of So Yarmouth wrote:

Many fond memories of Mrs. Bogue. She was a very caring and patient teacher. Thoughts are with you Forest and all or your families. Sheila (Morley) Furrer

Kathy (Meier) Hamilton of Chatham, MA wrote:

One of my favorite teachers! She was indeed a woman of many talents, with a heart of gold. What a beautiful legacy of love she has left behind here on Earth. Blessings on you all.

Daniel (Duarte) Marsh of Naples Florida wrote:

Sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved Mother. She was one of my favorite teachers in the eighties at Chatham High School. Dan Marsh Naples Florida

Bruce and Diane Campbell of Harwich Port, Ma. wrote:

Bruce and I would like to send our deepest sympathy to the Bogue family. Bruce remembers Olive as one of the nicest people he knew and that as a teacher he never heard anyone say anything negative about her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you guys.

Jeanie Gillis of South Chatham, MA wrote:

Dear Roberta, I am so sorry to hear the news about your mom. She was a special lady and she'll always be with you. I think of her every time I sit down at my sewing machine and hear her laugh whenever I goof up! With Sympathy, Jeanie Gillis