In Remembrance of...

Carl Andrew “C. A.” Hocker

This redesign of his original Web site is dedicated to the memory of C. A. Hocker, St. John’s Webmaster, 1997 – 2004
~ Chris Sayers, Webmaster
Sunday, December 11, 2005

From a St. John’s newsgroup posting, Wednesday, June 6, 2004:

Friends -

Fr. Kelly and family with C. A. Hocker in Oklahoma City
I wanted to share with you the Obituary [see below] for our C. A. Hocker.  C. A. developed our Web site while he was a parishioner here at St. John’s, and continued that ministry after he moved back to Oklahoma City in 1998.  I met him once, last summer, on my vacation drive to Arizona and found him to be a very nice fellow.  His ministry to the parish will be missed.  The cause of death has been determined as accidental carbon monoxide poisoning at the age of 39.  May he rest in peace.

Fr. Kelly+




Carl Andrew “C. A.” Hocker
Memorial Mass for C. A. Hocker (Carl Andrew), of Oklahoma City will be at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, July 1, 2004 at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, 127 NW 7th, Oklahoma City.  C. A. died at his home On June 21, 2004.  C. A. Hocker was born to Reginald Orson & Helen Delorese Hocker.  He grew up in Edmond and attended Edmond Memorial High School, graduating in 1983.  He graduated from University of Central Oklahoma with a BS in Mathematics.  He went to work for EDS (Electronic Data Systems); subcontracted to General Motors in Detroit, Michigan in 1989.  He then moved back to Oklahoma to care for his grandmother in 1998 continuing to work for EDS.  He was an active member of St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral in Oklahoma City.  Survivors include his sister, Regina L Lee (Ray) of St. Louis, Missouri; his brother, James R Hocker (Linda & Rafael) of Edmond, his aunt Vera Brown of Greenville, Texas, six cousins and numerous friends and coworkers.  He was preceded in death by his parents and paternal and maternal grandparents.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral in his name.

Published in The Oklahoman from 6/27/2004 – 6/28/2004