October 27, 2005
HUGH L. HAGERMAN
(6/24/1922 – 10/19/2005)
Hugh L. Hagerman, age 83, of Kahoka, MO, passed away October 19, 2005 at the Clark Co. Nursing Home in Kahoka.
He was born June 24, 1922 at Keokuk, IA, the son of Otho M. and Almira Cannon Hagerman.
He married Katherine M. Folchie on September 23, 1949 at Denton, TX. She preceded him in death on December 5, 1975. On December 28, 1991 he and Sandra Jackson Long were united in marriage at the United Methodist Church in Wayland.
Survivors include his wife, Sandra, of Kirksville, MO; a step-son, Mike Long, of Overland Park, KS; a step-daughter, Lori Elschlager and her husband, Stan, of Kirksville, MO; a step-grandson, Lathen Paul Elschlager of Kirksville, MO; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Edwin and Anita Jackson, Roberta and Ronnie Martin and Romona and Basil Anders, all of Downing, MO and Penny and Harry Mossbrooks of Kirksville, MO; several first cousins: Stuart Hagerman of Keokuk, IA, Donald Hagerman of Forest Lake, MN, Frances Egan of Ventura, CA, Edwin Cannon and Keith Cannon, both of Kahoka, MO, Charlotte Fox of Wayland, MO, Barbara Steele of Keokuk, IA, and Rod Cannon of Revere, MO; several nieces and nephews; as well as other relatives, and a host of friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife.
Hugh was a 1941 graduate of Wayland High School and a member of the Wayland United Methodist Church.
Farming was the love of his life and he had farmed for over 60 years, retiring in 2002.
Funeral services were held October 22, 2005 at the Wayland United Methodist Church with words of comfort by Mr. Dean Hunziker and Mr. Jim Reynolds.
Mrs. Beverly Laffoon was organist and Mrs. Lindsey Jones, vocalist.
Honorary pallbearers were Jim Reynolds, Don Reynolds, Larry Reynolds, Lee Wayland, Dick Kirchner, Joe Thomson, Wayne Wright, Lonnie Schmidt, and Dr. John Beckert.
Pallbearers were Dean Hunziker, Lewin Davis, Edwin Jackson, Edwin Cannon, Charles Horter, and Dave Reu.
Burial was in Frazee Cemetery.
Memorials were suggested to the Wayland United Methodist Church, Frazee Cemetery, or to the donor’s choice.