Ollie Kay Hagerman

December 22, 1942August 2, 2018

Kay Chapman Hall Hagerman passed away peacefully at her home in Holden Beach on Thursday, August 2, 2018 . She was the daughter of the late John and Ollie Belle Chapman. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brother Wilson Chapman, sister and brother-in-law Carolyn and Ben Neese, niece Lisa Neese, husband Tom Hagerman, and son John Hall. Kay was born and raised in Smithfield, Virginia where she spent most of her life. She worked at the telephone co., IOW County Courthouse, and ran The Country Store. She was also manager of Ramada Inn and Williamsburg Motor Court. She was a past member of the Denbigh Warwick Exchange Club, Republican Women’s Club, and SVFD Women’s Auxiliary. After retiring due to illness, Kay moved to North Carolina to be close to her son John. She moved to Holden Beach where she fell in love with her new home and remained until her death. She is survived by niece and nephews, two step-daughters, grandson Michael Hall, and many others who will cherish her memory, including friend, neighbor and caretaker Ginny Nelson. Special thanks to additional caretakers Debbie Rock, Hospice, Caring Angels, and Dr. Palagruto. Please send online condolences to White Funeral & Cremation Service, Bolivia/Supply Chapel


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Sally Millard

August 19, 2018

I am shocked and saddened about Kay’s passing. She was a genuine, kind and giving person. I am so glad that she married my father. Kay brought happiness and laughter into Dad’s life. I appreciate the care and love that she provided to him. Kay had experienced many difficulties in her life. She always over came these problems with her positive attitude. I want to express my thanks to her friends and family for caring and supporting Kay.
I will greatly miss her.

Lynda Sanders

August 5, 2018

Mrs. Kay Hagerman will be dearly missed by us. We knew her by Grandma Kay, she was like a grandmother to my son and a dear friend to me. She always had a happy peaceful place for us to visit, and gave us nothing but the happiest memories that will last a lifetime. With our deepest love , may she rest in peace until we meet again.

Judy Bloxom Reynolds

August 5, 2018

Kay was a very good friend of mine when we were growing up. We stayed friends for many years and did stay in touch thru FB. We spent many nights at each other's homes during our school years. Kay and I started our first real job together in Smithfield at the Telephone Company. We had such fun working together and were always in competition on who could get the most calls on the switchboard on the night shift. I have many years of good memories of her and will miss her dearly. She was a very special person.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.

Shirley Matthews Dunn

August 4, 2018

Kay was a friend of my family and worked with my Mom at Luter's in the Cost Dept. She will be missed by many. I picture her and John together in Heaven. <3

Marianne Christison

August 4, 2018

I went to school with Kay in Smithfield. She was full of life and laughter and so much fun to be around. When I saw her picture in the obituary I would have recognized her anywhere; she had not changed. My sincere condolences to her family and I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. Marianne Reveley Christison

Dee Webb

August 3, 2018

Sorry to hear of Kay's passing.
I met Kay when her husband Tom worked with me at an insurance company.
She was down to earth and full of life, a joy to be around.

My sincere condolences to her family and friends.

Lucy Hodge

August 3, 2018

Sending prayers to the family. I went to high school with Kay and have many fond memories. She could always cheer you and make you laugh.

Jeanene GREEN

August 2, 2018

So sorry to read of Ms. Kay's passing. I know her and John are together again. May peace come with knowing they are together again.