Carl Hoag, long Yucaipa resident dies Hoag, 32120 Avenue D, | executive a resident of that]ing in for 37 years, died i purpose yesterday at the age of S2. Mr. Hoag was a native of Pennsylvania. He and Mrs. Hoag came to California to live in 1928. For 14 years, he was employed in several areas in Yucaipa and then worked for eight years as a caretaker for the Warren Ranch in Mentone, retiring in 1950. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Helen Da Vail Hoag; three sons. Richard DeVall Hoag of North Hollywood; C. Larry Hoag of Downey and Dr. Roger W. Hoag of Berkeley; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy C. Inman of San Bernardino; a brother, Clyde W. Hoag of Binghamton, N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Lola Bassett of Redlands; 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements have been made for Thursday at 2 i p.m. at the F. Arthur Cortner ^hapel with Rev. David Ivins uate °£ Dunlap Commu- CoUege 'ty,<:_^«<:h, officiaUng.^ Inter- took ment will be in Montecito Memorial Park.