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Icon owner sheds no tear

Durangoans mourn closing of Hogan’s store
Marti Anderson exits with a hat, suit coat and several dress shirts for her husband during the going-out-of-business sale at Hogan’s Store. “That’s what he wanted for Christmas – something from Hogan’s,” Anderson said. She said the two have been shopping at Hogan’s for about 40 years.
Owner Mickey Hogan gets an affectionate pat on the cheek from longtime customer and friend Jan Roberts during the going-out-of-business sale at Hogan’s Store. “These people are an icon for Durango,” Roberts said.
Manager Jerry Poer unfurls an old poster in the basement of Hogan’s Store.
Manager Jerry Poer holds an oversized checkbook from Smelter National Bank in the basement of Hogan’s Store. The checks, which were found when the Hogans moved into the apartment above in 1939, are dated from the 1890s.
Toby Tollefsen, left, Brad Sablosky, center, and Donna Codd look for bargains at Hogan’s Store.
From left, Jerry Poer, Mickey Hogan and Jim Hogan boast a collective 145 years’ service to Hogan’s Store. Poer and Jim Hogan are nephews of Mickey Hogan, the owner.

Icon owner sheds no tear

Marti Anderson exits with a hat, suit coat and several dress shirts for her husband during the going-out-of-business sale at Hogan’s Store. “That’s what he wanted for Christmas – something from Hogan’s,” Anderson said. She said the two have been shopping at Hogan’s for about 40 years.
Owner Mickey Hogan gets an affectionate pat on the cheek from longtime customer and friend Jan Roberts during the going-out-of-business sale at Hogan’s Store. “These people are an icon for Durango,” Roberts said.
Manager Jerry Poer unfurls an old poster in the basement of Hogan’s Store.
Manager Jerry Poer holds an oversized checkbook from Smelter National Bank in the basement of Hogan’s Store. The checks, which were found when the Hogans moved into the apartment above in 1939, are dated from the 1890s.
Toby Tollefsen, left, Brad Sablosky, center, and Donna Codd look for bargains at Hogan’s Store.
From left, Jerry Poer, Mickey Hogan and Jim Hogan boast a collective 145 years’ service to Hogan’s Store. Poer and Jim Hogan are nephews of Mickey Hogan, the owner.
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