Nadine Hogan, 70, a former associate director for domestic operations of the Peace Corps and mission director for Central America and Panama of the U.S. Agency for International Development, died Dec. 29 at a hospital in Miami.Her husband, R. James Hogan Jr., said she died of complications from an infection after hip surgery in 2006, aggravated by a fall at their winter home in Key Biscayne, Fla. They lived in Alexandria. Mrs. Hogan came to Washington as a White House personnel officer in 1981 after having worked in Colorado for the Ronald Reagan presidential campaign. She went to the Peace Corps in 1982 and remained there until 1985 when she joined USAID, where she served until the end of the George H.W. Bush presidency in the early 1990s. Nadine Maye Davis was born in Centralia, Ill. She graduated in 1964 from what is now Saint Louis University nursing school in Missouri and received a master’s degree in communications at the University of Colorado in 1978. Since leaving USAID, she had done consulting work and served on several boards, including the Pan American Development Foundation and Caribbean-Central American Action. Her first marriage, to James Plaster, ended in divorce. Survivors include her husband of 25 years, R. James Hogan Jr. of Alexandria; a daughter from her first marriage, Patricia Ann Picado of West Springfield; and a grandson.