Ann A. Hogan, 43, who was active in civic and education organizations in Montgomery County, died of cancer Monday at her home in Bethesda.

She was born in High Point, N.C. After graduating from Marywood College in Scranton, Pa., she came to the Washington area in 1957 and taught at Olney Elementary School until 1963.

Mrs. Hogan served on the Wyngate Elementary School PTA board and was a delegate to the County Council of PTAs. She was president-elect of the North Bethesda Junior High School PTA.

She had worked with RAP Inc., a drug treatment facility and was an officer of Friends of RAP, a group of parents supporting the organization in its efforts to prevent drug addiction among young people.

Mrs. Hogan helped organize the Montgomery County chapter of Common Cause in 1973, and was coordinator of the county telephone network.

She is survived by her husband, Joseph M., a daughter, Kathleen, n and two sons, Michael and David, all of the home; her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Joseph Berg, of Cape Coral, Fla., and two sisters, Evelyn Gilmore, of Mobile, Ala., and Marie Worden, of Birmingham, Ala.

The family suggests that expressions of sympathy may be in the form of contributions to Common Cause Maryland.