Evelyn Utting Hogenson - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Evelyn Utting Hogenson

May 30, 1942 - March 9, 2024

Evelyn Utting Hogenson, age 81, passed away peacefully on March 9, 2024.

Born in Detroit, MI, May 30, 1942, she was the daughter of Max and Margery Utting. She earned her master’s degree in voice performance at West Chester State University. She was a gifted soprano and was an active member of many choirs and would sing and enjoy music for the rest of her life. She met her future husband, Robert Hogenson, at Michigan State University where both were involved in the music program, voice and piano, respectively. He accompanied many of her recitals. They lived in Texas, had two daughters, and finally settled in Newark, DE. They were lifelong members of the First Presbyterian Church and enjoyed being involved in the music program there. Evelyn was among the founding members of the Stephens Ministry program at the church. Evelyn had a big heart and liked to joke around. She and Bob loved Hawaii and went there as often as they could. Her last 10 years were spent living at Jenners Pond, West Grove, PA. She loved to go to swim class and loved all the gals at the Y. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband of 48 years. She is survived by her brother, Fred Utting MI; her daughters Jan Ballman (Paul) NJ and Lynn Hogenson (Rolf Anderson) NC; and grandchildren Matthew (Natalie), Westin (Elizabeth), Anne, Lauren and Kyra. Evelyn was a devoted grandma and adored her grandchildren.

Private burial First Presbyterian Church memorial garden. Luncheon for family and friends Alison Hall, Jenner’s Pond, West Grove, PA, noon Saturday, March 30.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Jennersville YMCA 880 W. Baltimore Pike, West Grove, PA, 19390.


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  • Evelyn was a wonderful aunt. She had a terrific sense of humor and was always up for a good time. She was a marvelous cook, and we will miss her tuna casserole. There will be no replacement for her distinctive laugh, which was so full of life. We treasure our years with Evelyn, Uncle Bob, Jan and Lynn at their home in Newark.