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Elvin was a true friend and wonderful humanitarian. He always had a kind word and a big smile that made you glad you knew him.
We always considered him part of our family.

With Christian Love,
Betty and John Thompson


Posted by: Betty Cioe Thompson - Russellville, KY - Friend   Feb 02, 2013

...his laughter rang out through the halls of HKHS...that laughter will forever ring in the hearts of those who knew him. I never had a class with him but knew him well as most all students did...he, as they say, "never met a stranger"
...the light in his eyes will always shine in the darkness.
...I also knew him from his brother, Robert Pogue, who taught Jr High at DKHS.
...God Bless you Kim, and my deepest sympathy to all the family. He is now making beautiful music with the angels.
............RIP Mr. Pogue


Posted by: Debbie Knight Sheeks - Lexington, KY - Student at HKHS   Jan 16, 2013

we have known Elvin for many years,he was a wonderful person,he never new a stranger,he always new your name and was always smiling,he truly was a wonderful person and will be missed greatly,!


Posted by: patrick and barbara price - lewisburg, KY - friend   Jan 11, 2013

Mr. Pogue was a friend to so many people and will be missed! Recently this quote was told to him, "Joys divided and given away are multiplied many times over." Elvin and Sue Pogue gave of their joys, time, and efforts to so many. They have been multiplied many times over by those blessed with the presence of Elvin and Sue in their lives.


Posted by: Charles and Shirley Perry - Dunmor, KY - Friend   Jan 09, 2013

Elvin was a friend of mine from the time we were young and our Dads worked together at Beech Creek Coal Company. We attended church together at Beech Creek Baptist Church and we went to Murray State together for one year. I taught at Bremen with him and then at Hughes Kirk. I moved to Ledbetter in Livingston County, and lost contact but I still remember the fun times we had together and how great he was in music. His sister, Betty, and I were great friends. I know Elvin will be missed.


Posted by: Peggy Sue (Bandy) Edmonds - Ledbetter, KY - Friend   Jan 08, 2013

May God's love and peace comfort you all during this very difficult time. Thinking of you Kim. +


Posted by: Jeff & Cindy Bell - Friends   Jan 07, 2013

I loved Mr. Pogue so much. Surely he is making a band full of angels rejoice in Heaven...I will miss you.


Posted by: Dottie Swain - Shelbyville, TN - Friend and student years ago   Jan 07, 2013

I remember meeting Mr. Pogue through my band director Ed Boston (Caverna HS). I remember marching in the Hughes-Kirk Band Contest. I became a band director and value every memory that I have of seeing and talking with Mr. Pogue. He was a great man...he will be missed by all who knew him.


Posted by: Robbie Fudge - Glasgow, KY - Friend   Jan 07, 2013

Mr. Pogue was my music teacher years ago, when I was a shy little girl in grade school....I still remember the joy of going to music class.....my favorite part of the day....I'm sure he's leading the Heavenly chior in beautiful melody today....


Posted by: BrendaWhitmer    Jan 07, 2013

Unspoken words,but God truely has brought home his angel. He was there for everyone no matter what you had done nor what your name was. Blessed memories.


Posted by: Karen Gardner - Dunmor, KY - Friend   Jan 07, 2013