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Virginia Hagan

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Dec. 22, 1921 – Jan. 9, 2015

DALLAS — A mass of Christian burial for Virginia “Ginny” Carol Friend Hagan, 93, of Granburg, Texas, who died Friday, Jan. 9, 2015, will be Thursday at Calvary Hill Cemetery North Chapel.1:13 VirginiaHagan obitpic

Visitation will be one hour before the service at Calvary Hill Funeral Home in Dallas.

Mrs. Hagan was born Dec. 22, 1921, in Milwaukee, Wis., the daughter of Arthur William and Anna Marie Marks Friend.

She lived in Whitefish Bay and Rockford, Ill.

Mrs. Hagan was a 1939 graduate of Rockford High School. She attended DePaw University in Greencastle, Ind.

Virginia married Edward Emmett “Ed” Hagan, Jan. 4, 1945, in Silver Spring, Md. She followed Ed to all of his assignments, Dallas, Ruston, La., Houston, Natchez, Perth West Australia, Maracaibo, Venezuela and Midland, Texas.

She was a lifetime member of the Pilgrimage Garden Club in Natchez. She was also a longtime member of the Petroleum Wives Club and Book Club. She was a member of the Hanover Book Club and the All Saints Bridge Club,

Mrs. Hagan volunteered for a number of years for Meals on Wheels. However, her greatest love was her husband and children.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; one brother, Robert Friend; and one sister, LaVerne Krieger.

Survivors include three children, Peggy Wiseman and husband, Jerry, and Cathy Ramage, all of Hico, Texas, and Michael Hagan and wife, Kate, of Hong Kong; five grandchildren, Jane Black of Hico, Annie Ramage of Denton, Texas, Tina O’Jibway and Abbey Hagan, both of Austin, Texas, and Halle Hagan of Washington, D.C.; and two great-grandchildren, Garrett Turner and Brady Black, both of Hico.