Guest Book for Ernest J. Hoag

Provided by Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc.

Posted by: Terry & Barb Hallock
Wed January 08, 2020
To all Butch's loved ones and friends,
        In a way,we're repeating.By phone and cards,we kept in touch with
Sonja and with Lisa and Mike.I visited Butch in Warren Manor.Still,we want
our message to appear here among the those of others who treasured Butch as a friend.
       Our daughters were friends in middle school;that's how Barb and I
met Butch.Over the years,we treasured the dinners out with Butch and
Sonja at the Eagles Club or at Legends.When we were all younger,we had
those wonderful New Year's Eves at the Eagles.And,now and then,Butch
would show up with smoked fish to share.If we were out with them,Butch
ALWAYS had friends coming over to catch up.It's an HONOR to be among
those many friends.
       No matter what he was going through over the years,the warmth of his friendship never faltered.He was ALWAYS glad to see you.Knowing him
was always a joy.Our prayers and condolences are with all Loved Ones.
God Bless,
                            Terry & Barb Hallock

Posted by: Ricky and Mickey cardone
Wed January 08, 2020
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. He will be missed by all.

Posted by: Craig Steinkamp
Thu January 09, 2020
My deepest sympathy to  EJ's entire family,The years have slipped away,but when I learned of Ernie's passing, I couldn't help but to reflect back to the Struthers days. We had a very important job in the quality Control dept,but at the same time we had a lot of fun too. You could always count on EJ for a hunting or fishing story or just a good laugh. I often think of the times he had me cut his hair at noon in the e-bay x-ray. After Struthers closed,I had the honor to work with EJ for Quality Inspection,and many trips to Pittsburgh,Pa.and as bunk mates,we had a lot of fun and interesting nights. Ernie will be missed by many,but his memory will linger on with many of us.

Posted by: Cindy Price
Thu January 09, 2020
Lisa and Family,
I had hoped to be able to attend your Dad's Memorial Service.  But, we will be out of town this weekend. I will keep all of you in my prayers.

Posted by: Dave Sandeen
Thu January 09, 2020
Rest in peace my friend ... Thank you for a lifelong friendship that went by way too swiftly ... Working at Dorcon and the few years we enjoyed together before moving on in life were such great times ... seeing you at our 45th class reunion and meeting Sonja was a special time for me ... damn that agent orange ...

Posted by: Becky Bonavita
Fri January 10, 2020
Lisa and Family,
                       I am so sorry for the loss of Ernie,my prayers are with you.

Posted by: John Loranger
Fri January 10, 2020

TRADITION AND SPLENDOR was sent by John Loranger and Patty Rose.

Please know you have our sincere sympathy and are in our thoughts. From: John Loranger and Patty Rose


Posted by: Tina Warner
Wed January 15, 2020
Shelley and Lisa: so sorry for your loss. Butch was a wonderful person and loved by many.
You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers.❤️

Posted by: Larry Jensen
Tue January 21, 2020
To Butch's Family - My sincere condolences to each of you. I grew up with Butch spending many hours with him down by the river. As a matter of fact, he taught me how to swim in that river. As we grew up, we drifted apart but I've often thought about him. He will be missed.