Deputy Hogan Wounded 12/29
On December 29, Deputy First Class Scott Hogan was shot at close range while responding to a domestic violence situation. Scott and the suspect exchanged gunfire and the suspect succumbed to his injuries. Scott sustained life threatening injuries, and is currently in the intensive care unit at a Baltimore hospital. He's undergone the first of many surgeries and has a long road of recovery ahead of him. We are also very lucky to have him still with us.
Scott's brave actions that night are no suprise to anyone that knows and loves him. He loves being a Deputy and is extremely good at what he does. Scott has spent over 10 years serving and protecting the community. It's our turn as a community to help Scott and the Hogan family as he embarks on the road to recovery. 100% of all donations will go to the Hogan family. Please donate what you can. Thank you and continue to keep the Hogan family in your prayers.
This go fund me account is to help support to our brother in blue and his family as they go through these tough times.
This account was created by the Queen Anne's County FOP Lodge 108.
P.O Box 695 Centreville MD 21617
To those who just don't know...these funds are not set up to pay medical bills. Believe me there are many people involved processing the paperwork but even if u have good benefits there is still out of pocket expenses. With that said moving on to Scott and his family who's lifes has been flipped upside down. No more daily routine. Trips back and forth to the hospital, gas, eating on the go, house bills and time out of work. Even if they get more than they need so be it. Maybe after recovery they could go on a trip. Because the next year is going to be a nightmare for them. Have compassion and don't judge until you can say yourlife is perfect. Your not walking in their shoes. May God bless you Scott and your family through a very touch time.
I am in complete disbelief of the ugliness of some people during a time of need, whether it be a financial need or a spiritual need or both! This gentleman has put his life in danger daily to serve & protect the people in his community. If you don't agree with helping him or his family, then don't, but why would anyone say such nasty things for his family to read? If they are truly doing something wrong, it will come back on them one day, but if they are doing this for the right reasons, your ugliness & your false accusations will come back to haunt you one day! BTW, I do not know this man, nor any member of his family. I just happened to come across this & I was lead to leave this comment. Prayers for this family starting immediately!
Don't ask the family what you can do for them, just do what you see that is needed. It is so hard to think of what to ask for. It's so overwhelming what the family is going through. Give a hug, bring a meal, vacuum the house, pick up groceries, you get the idea. My wife lived through the when I was in the hospital.
The generosity to our family has been truly overwhelming! We have been shown heart-warming charity of spirit from complete strangers, not only our closest family and friends. Because there have been so many anonymous donors (as well as donors for whom I do not have addresses), I would like to express our sincerest gratitude. You have made it possible for our day-to-day worries to be eased. I have been able to take a necessary leave of absence from my employment to provide my husband Scott the care he needs at this time, which would not have been possible without the donations you all have provided. We will never be able to adequately express the depth of our profound gratitude, but my sincere hope is that you realize how much your thoughtfulness has impacted our lives for the better. Sincerest thanks, Scott and Julia Hogan
Good luck friend!
Praying for all involved in this terrible tragedy and their families. We support you Deputy Hogan and pray for a speedy recovery. God bless our men and women in blue!