Shirley Ann Stogner

Shirley Ann Stogner, 84, resident of Dickinson, Texas was called to come home to be with her Heavenly Father and Jesus her personal Lord and Savior on March 13, 2023.

Born June 2, 1938 in              Roseland, Washington Parish,Louisiana.

Died March 13, 2023 in         Dickinson, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her parents,


Father      Jesse Willingham Corkern

Mother    Myrtis Hazel Mixon


Preceded in death by one brother and two sisters

Brother      Jesse Willingham Corkern, Jr.  wife    Ollie Phillips

Sister          Hazel Elizabeth    Corkern           husband Camille Sinopoli

Sister          Imogene May Corkern McGraw and     husband Shelby McGraw


Her family moved to Bogalusa, Louisiana where she worked for the Bogalusa, Louisiana Chamber of Commerce then married Huey Pierce Stronger The father of her children.


Shirley has two living sisters

Jeanine Barbara Corkern     husband Royce Knight deceased

Evelyn   Joyce     Corkern      husband William Ratcliff


She leaves behind with a lifetime of memories, her 3 children

Kevin Louis Stogner and wife         Beverly Lavern (DECEASED)

Sheila Renee Stogner

Kyle Whitney Stogner and wife      Sharon Thompson

Grandson                   Jacob Robert Stogner

Grand daughter        Haley Noel Stogner and husband Tyler Gates

Great-Grandson        Jaxon Robert Stogner

Not to forget her very smart companion      Max her half yorkie mix


During her working career She worked at the following;

Howard Johnson Hotel she worked in reservations

When Astroworld Theme park was up and running.

She had worked for the following companies

Houston Cellular Phone Company —————- customer service and sale

Verizon   cell Phone  ——————————— customer services

Folloder Food Brokers ——————————- customer service


Shirley quit the working world and retired in the year 2000.

Shirley was a member of the (ABWA) American Business Women’s Association

Shirley was a member of a life long Special group called Lovin 11, the only live member is Richard Quesada


As well as numerous nieces and nephews and Friends.

Not to forget that Shirley’s wishes there will be no services at this time.

When the sorrow and tears are gone Shirley would like to have a celebration of life by having a crawfish boil and barbeque family and friends get together.



  1. Tons of love, devotion & support growing up from mom.

    The house was always full of people.

    Her family always came 1st.

    Not all moms play catch with ya in the back yard when no one else is around.

    Mom and Dad had some wonderful years, but like many, lost their path together.

    She was a devote Christian and surely with our Heavenly Father.

    Love ya mom

    Kevin Stogner
  2. Though my aunt Shirley and my uncle Huey were divorced, she never left the family
    Not sure how old I was why realized they were! Always had a hug when she saw me coming, my grandma Eva was one of her closest friends! She always had the kindest words for me and let me know she was proud! And always asked about my husband and family.
    I know we will see each other again and our spirits will know!
    I’m sure her and grandma making giggle in heaven!

    Leonora Stogner Creel
  3. Sad for your family’s loss. Prayers for all.

    Terri Hazlewood Woolard

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