In Memoriam: Daniel F. Hogan III, 61
Chase Global Bank, 1978-1990
Kevin Norton writes:
Daniel F. Hogan III, of Head of the Harbor, NY, and Chevy Chase, MD, died on May 22, 2013, after battling lymphoma for the last four years.
Dan was a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and joined Chase in 1978 after both serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mauritania, and then training new volunteers. After completing the Chase training program, Dan spent a year in the Financial Analysis group, then moved on to cover Francophone Africa for a number of years. He was also a manager in Credit Audit, and then served a three year assignment in Jakarta, Indonesia working with Frank Shea. He left Chase as a Vice President in 1990 to join Development Alternatives, Inc (DAI), an international development consulting firm based outside Washington, D.C. He was instrumental in expanding new business at DAI.
Over his 21 years at DAI, where he was a Vice President, he engaged many Chase alumni for assignments in staffing consulting projects and development banks around the world – from Eastern Europe, to Africa, the Middle East and Asia, including helping to establish the Khan Bank in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Dan was a very special person, with a warmth, humor, enthusiasm and interest in so many things – cultures, languages, countries and people. He had a true joie de vivre , and he brought an exuberance and charm to life that was infectious to all that he met. He was a great colleague, friend and family man; we will miss him. We – and the world he touched – are immeasurably better for having known him.
He is survived by his wife Holly, and daughters Louise and Sarah. The family is requesting that memorial contributions be sent directly to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
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From Allan Lott: Danny and I went to St. John the Baptist High School together. He had a Beautiful smile and always' had an upbeat attitude Sorry for your loss to the Hogan Family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Danny. God Bless You!