Bonnie JoAnn Hogan (or Bonnie Jo to her family), of Groesbeck, passed away on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, at Limestone Medical Center in Groesbeck, at age 74. Visitation and Celebration of Bonnie’s life will be held at Groesbeck Funeral Home Chapel on Saturday, January 20, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Bonnie was born November 4, 1943 to Forrest Peterson and Bonnie (Bowen) Peterson in Corpus Christi. With her father in the Navy, the family moved to Washington state and then during her high school years she lived in Memphis, Tennessee. Bonnie Jo was united in marriage with Jack Hogan on September 4, 1964 in Corpus Christi. They made their home in Corpus until 1969, when they moved to Houston. In 1981, they moved to Groesbeck, where they owned the Chevrolet dealership. After they sold the Chevrolet business, Bonnie went to work for the Limestone County Sheriff’s office. She later transferred to the Limestone County Auditor’s office, where she worked until she retired. Bonnie loved being outside in her yard and was very particular in caring for her yard. Also, her house was always meticulously in order and decorated. And she was equally immaculate in her personal care, always looking so pretty with her hair, makeup and clothes being perfect. Bonnie liked to travel and explore new places. The family had great summer vacations together, with many wonderful memories. Bonnie Jo was preceded in death by her parents Forrest Peterson and Bonnie Webb and husband, Jack Hogan in 1997. She is survived by her three daughters and sons-in-law, Stacy and Gayland Matejka of Groesbeck, Kim and Greg Medlock of Groesbeck; and Gwen and Yancy Bean of Fairfield. Her grandchildren are Randy Brewer of Groesbeck, Timothy and Leyna Brewer of Granbury, Tazia Medlock of Groesbeck, Kourtney Alfaro of Cleburne, Lyric Woodall of Kosse, Mallory and Cody Sale of Baton Rouge, LA, Jaylon Medlock and Karah Roberts of College Station, Micah Burke of Corsicana, Rex Bean of Fairfield, and Jack Bean of Fairfield; five great grandchildren: Coy Brewer of Bremond, Chase Brewer of Bremond, Jaxon Hernandez of Groesbeck, Josiah Medlock of Groesbeck; Keegan Sale of Baton Rouge. She is also survived by her two sisters and brothers-in-law, Linda Peterson and Dennis Schafer of Bozeman, Montana and Diana and Norm Barklow of Olympia, Washington; and a niece and two nephews.