Allnutt Funeral Service - Estes Park Chapel

1302 Graves Ave., Estes Park, CO


Janice Hagen

July 9, 1939September 17, 2019

Estes Park resident Jan Hagen died September 17, 2019 at her home in Estes Park, CO with her daughter by her side. She was 80 years old. Janice L. Hagen was born July 9, 1939 to Allyn and Margaret (Dunn) Hagen in Ottumwa, IA. She graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in Des Moines, IA, and attended Iowa State University. Jan then moved to Denver, CO and enjoyed many careers including one with Frontier Airlines that allowed her to travel the world to places like Kenya and The Phillipines. She also owned and operated a catering business named Queen Bee’s Catering in Denver and worked at Wagner Equipment. She then moved to Estes Park and worked at Harmony Foundation for 20 Years. She enjoyed volunteering at the police station, cooking, baking and cheering on her beloved Colorado Rockies. Jan was preceded in death by both parents, life partner Bryan Michener and brother Keith Hagen. She is survived by daughter Shannon Olmsted (Matthew Wilber) of Kelly, WY, Paul & Dianne Michener of Denver, CO, Richard & Leslie Michener of Parker, CO and Dana & Audra Michener of Estes Park; grandchildren Leah Wilber, Nisa Michener, Loren & Viki Michener, Michael Michener, Geoffrey & Ashley Michener, , great grandchildren Bryan, Brynn and AJ, cousin Patricia & Art Blume of Estes Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Town of Estes Park (K-9) program to support Diego, Estes Park police department’s newest recruit. Donations may be sent to Allnutt Funeral Service 1302 Graves Avenue Estes Park, CO 80517.


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Lori Zimmerman

September 23, 2019

The most beautiful women inside and out.....I cherish the years we had together and the many lessons you taught me. Love you forever. ❤️🍻

Janet Sharp

September 21, 2019

Jancie (as she was known to me all my life) was my best friend during our school years growing up in Des Moines. We remained good friends through the years although separated by the miles. Every time we did get together, it was like we had just seen each other the day before. She was the most fun, and always a good sport. She was so special to me, and will always be. My love to the family.

Duke and Rita Wilber

September 20, 2019

Janice was not only a friend, but also a treasured family member. She raised her daughter Shannon with all the qualities that make us so thankful and proud to call her our daughter-in-law. She treated Matt as her own son since before they were married. They always seemed to have a special bond. We had the great joy of sharing the role of being grandparents to our sweet girl, Leah. Janice will forever be held close in our hearts and memories.

nisa michener

September 20, 2019

When I first meet Jan ( during the early courting days w/ Bryan), I could tell she was nervous but almost immediately gave me the tightest hug like it was a reunion of sorts. She could warm a room with her presence and made everyone feel so at ease with her ear to ear grin. To this day, I have yet to see another couple so in love like they were. I'll never forget that giggle of hers ,her sweet treats & her dry sense of humor. Her strength & compassion is unmatched, I miss her more everyday.

Diane Olesky Johnson

September 20, 2019

Working with Jan at Frontier Airlines gave me many enjoyable memories. Her beautiful smile could light up a room. My sympathy to her family.