The namesake of Kogan Plaza, Barton “Bart” Kogan, dies at 75

The namesake of Kogan Plaza, Barton “Bart” Kogan, dies at 75

A president of the Western Region of the Federation of Temple Men’s Clubs, Barton “Bart” Kogan was a benefactor and the namesake of Kogan Plaza.

What Caused the Death of Barton “Bart” Kogan?

The passing of Bart Kogan, the man who gave Kogan Plaza its name, has been widely reported online as mourners pay their respects to the deceased. His passing was announced by his institution on October 3. He was 75. They still don’t know what caused his death, though.

Kogan participated in the University’s Kappa Sigma fraternity, served as president of the Western Region of the Federation of Temple Men’s Clubs, and sat on the boards of the American Jewish University’s Zeigler School of Rabbinic Studies and Los Angeles Hebrew High School. Kogan served as co-chairman of the board of governors for the Sinai Temple of Los Angeles at the time of his passing.

According to the press statement, a memorial service will be held in the Sinai Temple of Los Angeles at a future date.

Barton “Bart” Kogan Age, Family, and Early Life

The date of Barton “Bart” Kogan’s death indicates that he was 75 years old, so we assume he was born around 1947. As little information regarding his personal life has surfaced over the internet, we do not have any specific information regarding his date of birth, which makes it difficult to find any specific information about him right now.

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Furthermore, we haven’t heard about his parents in the past few days, so we don’t know who they are. Likewise, His personal life has not been widely documented online at this time, making it difficult to find specific information about him. We are therefore unable to provide you with any current information about his life. Once we learn more about him, we will update whatever is relevant to him.

Barton “Bart” Kogan Career, What was his Profession?

After graduating, Kogan joined the fraternity Kappa Sigma and became an active alumnus, acting as the chapter’s alumni advisor and even going to fraternity cookouts. Kogan started working for the Continental Telephone Corporation, which Verizon subsequently bought. He visited the GW chapter twice a year to meet prospective pledges and witness their initiation.

As he spent 22 years on the business school’s board of advisors, Kogan transitioned into real estate, starting BHK Management, an apartment development, and management company. He served on the boards of Los Angeles Hebrew High School and the Zeigler School of Rabbinic Studies at American Jewish University in addition to serving as president of the Western Region of the Federation of Temple Mens’ Clubs.

Which school and college did he go to?

He is a graduate from GW’s School of Business in 1969 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and later earned his master’s degree in counseling.

Barton “Bart” Kogan Net Worth, How much does he earn?

Their net worth of them together is currently unknown due to the fact that no personal information is available in the public domain and they have not shared any information about their income in public.

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Barton “Bart” Kogan Wife, What about his relationship?

The information about his personal life is unavailable as of this writing, but it will be updated once our research team is able to extract the required information about his early years and current lifestyle.

Was he available on any social media platforms?

He was available on Instagram with 406+ Followers.

Physical Appearance of Barton “Bart” Kogan’s Height, Weight

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Hair ColourSalt and pepper
Eye ColourHazel
Body typeFit
Sexual OrientationStraight

Interesting facts about Barton “Bart” Kogan’s should be known

NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
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