Elmer J. Bogart
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MARLBORO- Elmer John Bogart, 87, a resident of Shearer Hill Road, died Friday, October 18, at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. The son of Elmer R. and Anna Mae (Conley) Bogart, Mr. Bogart was born in Philadelphia on June 14, 1926. He received his education at Temple University and Renselaer Polytechnic Institute and he was a World War II Navy Veteran. He and his wife Catherine had recently relocated to Marlboro from Havertown, PA, to be with their daughter Ann. For 40 years they lived and raised their children in Narberth, PA, a town which he loved.

Throughout his career he worked in physical plant management as a project engineer and draftsman at Haverford College, the Franklin Institute, and Lankenau Hospital, all in Pennsylvania.

He was a member of many professional organizations. He enjoyed big band jazz music. He was an avid reader, especially history books. A lover of all animals, he liked cats and had a particular fondness for greyhound dogs. He enjoyed the company of his children. Mr. Bogart had a sharp mind and a keen sense of humor, which he maintained to the end.

He leaves his wife Catherine (Sanginiti) Bogart, whom he married July 14, 1951, in Philadelphia; sons, Paul Bogart, of Marlboro, Christopher Bogart, of Norwalk, CT, and David Bogart, of Nashville, TN; daughters, Karen Viggiano, of Havertown, PA; Ann Bogart, of Marlboro; and Patricia Bogart-Bramley, of Downingtown, PA; brother, John Bogart, of Palm Springs, CA; sister, Barbara Bozzi, of Philadelphia; and grandchildren Stefan, Sean, Maria, Sarah, Philip, Anna Rose, Tess, and Samuel. He was predeceased by a daughter, Barbara Bogart.

The Liturgy of Christian Burial was celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima Church on October 21.

Memorial gifts may be made to the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Patient Fund in care of Covey, Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363.

To send condolences visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com.
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