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Heiligtag-Lang-Fendler Funeral Home

1081 Jeffco Blvd, Arnold, MO

OBITUARY

Kevin A Hagan

March 4, 1978February 5, 2020
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Kevin A Hagan, age 41, of House Springs, Missouri passed away on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Kevin was born March 4, 1978 in St. Louis, Missouri to Rita L. Hagan (nee Mangelsdorf) and Gary D. Hagan.

Kevin is survived by; father Gary D. Hagan and mother Rita L. Hagan; sister Sherri (Jason) Schaub; niece Alexis Schaub, nephews Kaelen and Grayson Schaub.

Kevin was preceded in death by; grandparents Edward Mangelsdorf, Melvin and Marcella Hagan and uncle Stan Mangelsdorf.

Visitation for Kevin will be held on Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 3:00-8:00 pm at Heiligtag-Lang-Fendler Funeral Home, 1081 Jeffco Blvd., Arnold, Mo. 63010. There will be a short visitation at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Imperial, Mo. on Friday, February 14 from 10:00-11:00 am. The funeral service will follow at the church at 11:00 am. Burial will take place at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.heiligtagfuneralhome.com for the Hagan family.

  • FAMILY

  • Gary D. Hagan, Father
  • Rita L. Hagan, Mother
  • Clara (the late Edward) Mangelsdorf, Grandmother
  • Sherri (Jason) Schaub, Sister
  • Alexis Schaub, Niece
  • Kaelen Schaub, Nephew
  • Grayson Schaub, Nephew
  • Stan Mangelsdorf, Uncle (deceased)
  • Melvin (Marcella) Hagan, Grandparents (deceased)

Services

  • Visitation-Heiligtag Lang Fendler Funeral Home Thursday, February 13, 2020
  • Church Visitation-St. Paul's Lutheran Church Friday, February 14, 2020
  • Funeral Service-Saint Paul's Lutheran Church Friday, February 14, 2020
  • Committal Service-Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery Friday, February 14, 2020

Memories

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Ash (sissy) Millette

February 14, 2020

I know we didn't talk often or know each other very long but you quickly became someone I loved and looked up to as a brother you were the best "bubby" a girl could ever ask for I love you bubby 💙💙💙💙until we meet again sissy will see you again soon

Jasmine Angelidis

February 14, 2020

Kevin had the heart of gold it self he was always caring he didnt want someone that he cared for or loved to always look down he would always brighten them up and tell them something to cheer them up. and one of his favorite songs always played through the phone saying ill run to you he sure seemed to run now matter how late he would be he always showed up.
he was everyones favorite person to be around with or just talk to.
I miss you dearly gone but never forgotten gone to soon.
we love you 'BUBBY"
till i see you again .<3

Michael Voss

February 11, 2020

I know sometimes we had our differences but at the end of the day I still Loved you like a brother.Im going to miss all those long days scraping with you ,it was alot of fun .I guess it really hasn't sunk in yet.,I have been praying for understanding about this sickness that has taken so many of my friends. I will continue to do what ever I can for those who still suffer in your memory. I LOVE YOU BROTHER AND I WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH.TILL WE MEET AGAIN MY FRIEND.RIP

Dawn Miller

February 11, 2020

I want to start this off by saying that Kevin was a very good man. Very caring man. Give you the shirt off his back. He did have his demons just like we all do. And I often told him That his demons were going to get the best of him if he didn't slow his little butt down. Kevin I know I hadn't seen you much in the last couple months. I just want you to know that I'm going to miss you. You're up in heaven now. Maybe you could say hi to my dad and my grandma and everybody. Rest in peace Kevin fly high with them angels

Drita Santangelo

February 11, 2020

Kevin was the kindest person in the world. always remember one night I was driving him home and when we turn on his street I said oh my friend lives up here with his parents and he has a lil truck, a little shed he hangs out in and he looks over at me and he goes oh my God so do I he was dead serious he had no idea that I was talking about him. His Innocence was genuine and he was just a saint.

Keith Siebert

February 11, 2020

Kevin and I worked together moving furniture. We were also roommates. Above all we were great friends!! He was so funny man! He had a wicked temper as well let me tell you. We went through some hard I mean hard times together, but he always had a way of making light of things and cheering everyone up! I trusted Kevin and if you were his friend it meant something to him he'd have your back. I never doubted that for a second! I can't believe he's gone. I won't be able to be at his service but I think he'd understand why. I'm getting clean and sober 4 hrs away. God bless you Mr. and Mrs. Hagan I am so truly sorry for your loss. I love you buddy!

Keith Siebert

February 11, 2020

Kevin and I worked together moving furniture. We were also roommates. But Above all we were great friends! He was so funny man! He had a wicked temper as well let me tell you! We went through some hard I mean hard times together, but he always had a way of making light of things and cheering everyone up! His heart was solid gold man! I trusted Kevin and if you were his friend it meant something to him he'd have your back! I never doubted that for a second! I can't believe hes gone. I won't be able to be at his service but I think he'd understand why. I'm getting clean and sober I'm in a sober living center 4 hrs away. I love you brother God bless you Mr. and Mrs. Hagan I'm so truly sorry for your loss. He will be missed dearly. I love you buddy!

Sheri Klamert

February 10, 2020

Kevin always had one of the biggest hearts! He was definitely the friend who always seemed to cheer you up. I will never forget his contagious laugh, hilarious stories, dance moves at Incahoots or the many high school parties at his house. Most of all, I will never forget his kindness! RIP Kevin! ❤️

Bob Lepp

February 10, 2020

I am having a very hard time grieving this unfortunate, untimely tragedy.

Kevin was a good friend growing up in grade school and into high school. We lost touch for many years after those days, as both of our lives took different routes, He was a friend you could count on,
he would never question,
“what’s in it for me” or
“what will this cost me”
He would just show up and help out, selfless, and a truly caring, generous person. That goodness, he had is a very rare quality at this time in the world. Kevin will be absolutely, heavy heartedly, missed.

I do remember all the good times Kev & I will see you again one day brother!

Tim Baker

February 10, 2020

I've known Kevin since the 4th grade he was always nice to me and I seen him around town about a month ago we spoke a few minutes my condolences to his family.

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