- About Us
Patricia Mary Hagen was born on March 17, 1935 and left us on August 16, 2018. She was 83 years old. She rejoins her husband Roger and her son Michael who went to God before her. Born to Paul and Margaret Ebensteiner, Pat was easy to love and loved others easily. She never entered a room that didn’t soon contain a friend. An inquisitive lady who loved puzzles, card games, and Scrabble, Pat was always ready to play a game or two. Not only was she whip smart, but she fostered an intense creativity. Each holiday saw a flurry of gift wrapping and special gift bags for all of the grandchildren. An avid seamstress, Pat made most of her children’s clothes & pajamas in the early days, and quite a few pajamas and special blankets for the grandkids over the years. Family was always the most important thing to Pat and she took pride in caring for hers well. She was married to Roger Hagen for over 50 years, until his own death in 2006, and together they had six children, split down the middle with three sons and three daughters. They spent their years together surrounded by family, eating homemade Johnny Mozetti, and appreciating Pat’s talent for stretching a pound of hamburger to the ends of the earth. During her 83 years Pat learned the secret to the best life: embracing the time you have with family. Pat put everything on the table, great food, a kind heart, and intense love for those she held dear. Lucky to continue loving her are her children; Marjorie (Siegfried) Hess, Ronald Hagen, Donald (Cheri) Hagen, Susan (Earl) Lenox, Kelly (Garrett) Maupin, and daughter-in-law Dianne Hagen; her wonderful grandchildren Christopher Hagen, Maria Hess, Patrice Lenox, Stephen Hess, Brandon Hagen, Angela Hagen, Matthew Lenox, Savanna Graff, Ryan Hagen, and Zachary Lawrence; and her beautiful great-grandchildren Joseph Hagen, Benjamin Hagen, Melia Hess, Anthony Hess, and Aiden Hagen.
A funeral service will be held at 11am on Saturday, September 1st, 2018 at All Saints Parish in Puyallup, Washington. A reception, to enjoy food as Pat did and share stories of her life, will directly follow the service. She will rejoin her husband and be interred at Tahoma National Cemetery. Remembrances for Pat, who battled cancer three times, can be made to the American Cancer Society. Pat, you will be forever missed.
American Cancer Society
P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City OK 73123