Holly Anne Rujevcan

Holly Anne Rujevcan

December 29, 1960 - May 23, 2009

Holly Anne Rujevcan

December 29, 1960 - May 23, 2009


In Loving Memory
Holly Anne Rujevcan
Dec 29, 1960 – May 23, 2009

Our beloved wife, mother, daughter and sister Holly, passed away at home in Ladera Ranch, CA after a three-year battle with cancer with family at her side. Holly is survived by her husband of 20 years, Bill; daughters Marielle and Madison; parents Wally and Virginia Hogan; brothers Terry and Kevin Hogan and sister, Lisa Hogan.

Holly was born in Dayton, OH and lived in Kettering where she graduated from Fairmont East High School in 1979, and went on to graduate from the University of Dayton with a BS in Biology in 1984 and Wright State University in 1985 with a Medical Technology certification. Holly also received an MBA from Pepperdine in 1997. Holly’s education led her to laboratory work in Cincinnati and out to California for a career in medical and pharmaceutical sales. Holly was an exemplary performer and received many accolades and top performer awards from companies such as Alexon, Johnson and Johnson, Connetics Corp, and Stiefel Labs. Holly enjoyed spending time with her family and taking vacations together. She had a love of horses and dogs, especially Beatrice and Abby.

A memorial service is planned on June 6 at Holy Trinity Church in Ladera Ranch at 1230. In lieu of flower donations, please contribute to the fight against cancer at www.cancer.org. Holly was known for her generous and loving heart, and willingness to help others. We will remember her for her courage and tenacity in life and will greatly miss her.

O’Connor Mortuary, 949 581-4300

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3 responses to Holly Anne Rujevcan

  1. Dear Bill, Marielle and Madison, Holly was such an inspiration to all of us. She was so loving and fought so hard to stay here with you. We all have learned so much from her. She will be missed greatly but will live on in her beautiful daughters. All our love to you. Tom, Lisa, Lauren, Lindsay and Logan

  2. Hi Bill and girls,
    I know we have only kept in touch through Christmas cards for over 20 years now, but I do think of you all often. I was so sorry to hear about Holly and hope that you are all doing well under the circumstances. I remember our “single” days in the 80’s when we all hung out together and always had so much fun. Remember when we went to hear that Regee band on Sunday afternoons and those fun Halloween parties? In looking back, life was full of parties which led to the union of you and Holly. She was such a sweet person, always smiling and had a loving spirit. She was truly one of Gods angels. I know we will all really miss her. Please keep in touch and take care of yourselves.

  3. In Loving Memory of Holly Anne Rujevcan


    I’d like the memory of me
    To be a happy one.
    I’d like to leave an Afterglow of Smiles when day is done.
    I’d like to leave an echo…Wispering softly down the
    Ways of happy times and
    Laughing times and bright
    And sunny days. I’d like
    The tears of those who
    Grieve to dry before the
    Sun of happy memories
    That I leave behind when
    Day is done.

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