Yvonne Margaret Ann Hogue

August 21, 2023

In Loving Memory

Yvonne Margaret Ann Hogue

On August 21, 2023 Yvonne Hogue, loving wife, mom, grandma and great grandma passed away peaceful after a lengthy battle with illness. 

Yvonne was born in Vancouver BC on September 22, 1943. She had 5 brothers, and was the first girl. After her marriage to Dennis Pinchin in 1962 she had many adventures, moving to McBride BC, Dorion QC, Cranbrook BC and then setting in Kamloops in 1987. 

She will always be remembered as the “defender of the poor.” Her love for her family and love for Jehovah will always be remembered. She will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. 

Yvonne will forever be in the hearts of her husband of 13 years, Keith. Her son Michael (Janet) Pinchin, daughters Sarah Pinchin and Amanda (Karl) Witkowski, grandsons Matthew Pinchin and Colton (Sheona) Pinchin, great grandson Carter Pinchin and great grand daughter Claire Pinchin. 

She was predeceased by her husband of 39 years, Dennis Pinchin, son Russell Pinchin, her parents and three brothers, Bob, George and Frank.

The family wishes to extend a very special thank you to the staff at Overlander Extended Care for their care.

A service will be held for Yvonne Hogue on Saturday, September 16, 2023, at 2:00pm, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 1985 Curlew Road, Kamloops, BC.

If you wish to attend by Zoom, please email [email protected] and she will provide you with the information.

Arrangements entrusted to

Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-554-2324

Condolences may be expressed to the family by phone or email through Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services:

T: 250-554-2324 F: 250.554.3505

665 Tranquille Rd #4,
Kamloops, BC V2B 3H7

E: [email protected]

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Comments: 9

  1. Keith Hogue says:

    A beautiful, kind soul , who will be sorrowfully missed… Keith Hogue

  2. Tim and Donna Salo says:

    Yvonne will be terribly missed. I will never meet a more beautiful lady like you again. Always kind and always had a smile on face only gentle words came out of your mouth. My friend you’ll always be on my mind. Until we see each other again.

  3. Gail Dyck says:

    I have many fond memories of Yvonne. The way she welcomed us into her family with open arms. Her turkey dinners were the best, especially the stuffing, and the card games of 99 where she always forgot to pick up a card. I will miss Yvonne, but look forward to seeing her again real soon. 💞

  4. Monica Comeau says:

    My heart is so sad , some of my best memories while living in Kamloops was spent with Yvonne in her kitchen , talking or playing cards ….. always hospitable , always kind , she will always be in my heart. We loved her very much !!!
    She will be missed until I see her again very soon !

  5. Michelle & Andy Muir says:

    It was a honour and a privilege to have met this beautiful lady. She was most certainly loved by those who cared for her the past few years and her smile and gentle grace will not be forgotten to those lives she touched if even only briefly. Thoughts and prayers to all of Yvonne’s cherished family and friends.

  6. Shannon says:

    A beautiful soul gone on a journey we will not know of until there. Yvonne had a calming, loving, fun spirit. Her time spent with Keith was so caring and nurturing. It personifies what love means. I have witnessed this devotion as Yvonne got ill and needed loving care in and out if the care home. The dedication she deserved and received from Keith was absolutely above the norm which exemplified the profound love they shared. Yvonne …sail on girl, sail on xxoo

  7. Betty Johndon says:

    My heart is open wide with love for all.
    The resurrection is so close we can reach out and touch.

  8. Carol And Paul Baker says:

    Yvonne we miss you. A kind, gentle, hospitable lady. We have such good memories of a couple of fishing trips to Loon Lake we had a lot of fun. Just a little while longer as we keep you in our thoughts and talk about you with all the fondness that we had for you.

  9. Richard Tilton says:

    I was known as Dickie Tack Yvonne’s Foster Brother.
    I was 2 years old when I arrived in the Tack;s home in 1954.
    We spoke often over the phone in the past few years before she went into care home in 2021.
    May she Rest in Peace, Will be in my thoughts

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