Cayce Sue Hogue
Cayce Sue Hogue was born on November 29, 1987 in Alamosa, Colorado. She died December 16, 2018 near La Jara, Colorado.
She was the daughter of Susan Rowley of McKinney, Texas, and Timothy Hogue, who preceded her in death. She is survived by her son, Jameson Heersink; her significant other, Derek Heersink; grandparents, Linda (McCartney) and Roy Helms, Roger Hogue and Mary Jo Merkley, and Philip and Virginia Rowley, who also preceded her in death. She is also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins.
She was most recently a nursing student at Trinidad State Junior College in Alamosa, with plans for a career in trauma nursing. She had previously attended the University of Oklahoma, where she was a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority; she attended Adams State University as well.
Cayce loved her church families at both First United Methodist Church in Alamosa and in McKinney. She was involved in many ways throughout the years, including as a member of the bell choirs, a camper and counselor at Beaver Creek Youth Camp, Bible study, and the United Methodist Women’s luncheon.
She loved working with children, and was formerly a pre-school teacher in Colorado Springs and in McKinney. She enjoyed crafting, reading, and all outdoor activities – lakes and mountains were her favorite spots. Baking was one of her favorite activities, and she often enjoyed making treats for her friends and co-workers.
Cayce was a bright, shining light and a devoted friend. She loved family gatherings. Her greatest joy was as mom to her son, Jameson.
Cremation was selected and a memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at the Alamosa First United Methodist Church. A celebration of life gathering will be held following the service at Adams State University’s Plachy Hall Field House. Memorial donations may be made in her honor to the Shriners Hospitals for Children, First United Methodist Church, 315 N Church Street, McKinney, Texas, or the Cayce Hogue Memorial fund at Alamosa State Bank, Alamosa, Colorado.
Memorial preparations are being made through Rogers Family Mortuary of Alamosa.