Sunday, July 19, 2015

Writing this SUCKED!

Robert W. Hagen, Sr.

November 11, 1924 - July 13, 2015                   

Robert ‘Bob’ Hagen at 90 years old, passed away peacefully Monday morning July 13th. Predeceased by beloved wife Helen of 59 years, and his sister, Marcia Jane Hagen. Survived by his son, Robert W. Hagen, Jr. (Cindy Lee) and daughter Kimberly H. Paschedag (Rolf); grandchildren, Robert W. Hagen III and Colleen R. Hagen; much loved doxie’s Lily & Muffin and brother Dean Hagen (Irene).

After graduating from RPI in Troy, NY he went to proudly serve in the US Navy during WWII. Bob worked his entire 40 year career at Graham Corp. (Batavia, NY.) He was an avid golfer & card player at his home in Grenelefe (FL) & at Monroe Golf Club. A great husband, father & friend who will be missed tremendously.

“Death leaves a heart ache that no one can heal, loves leaves a memory no one can steal”

Services will be private. Please consider a memorial contribution to the charity of your choice in his memory. To share a memory of Bob or send a condolence to the family, visit Anthony Chapels.


  1. My heartfelt is so very difficult. Hugs to you my friend.
    xo Jeanne, Chloe and LadyBug

  2. Yes, a very hard thing to do, but your quote says it all. Hugs.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning and Mom

  3. Kim
    You are a good and loving daughter. The quote you included is beautiful
    Hugs madi and cecilia

  4. Yes, every word is difficult. Prayers for you all during this time.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. What a wonderful man.......
    Hugs to all of you.

  6. Continued prayers for you.

    Aroo to you,

  7. A beautiful quote. Sending heartfelt "been there" condolences. Take the time you need to grieve. This is big...

  8. I can only imagine how hard this was to write. I helped write my mother's obituary, and there's nothing harder. I love your quote, and I've been thinking of you, even through our crisis. I know how you took incredible care of your dad for so many years. The love between you and him is obvious to all of us. I am sending sympathy and hugs.

  9. Thinking of you all at this sad time. Gentle hugs to you. Xx

  10. I know it does, but it was beautiful. Thank you for sharing Grandpa Bob.

    Anne and Ziggy

  11. I know it was hard, but you did a wonderful job, I know you dad was reading it from above.
    stella rose

  12. It's a beautiful memorial, Kim. You did a loving and wonderful job. I love love love that the doxies are in it. When I wrote my mom's obit, I thought the same thing. So hard. Bless you. Sending much love.

    Renee & Tootsie

  13. You know mom had a funny feeling she shouldn't have written that other comment before catching up more. Which means we are horribly sorry for your loss. It must be so hard on your poor mom, she took such wonderful care of him. My grandma died last November so we understand how hard this must be, please accept our sincere condolences. Love Dolly and Sandra


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