OBITUARY

Martha G Hagan

November 9, 1929May 12, 2018
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Martha Greene Hagan, long time resident of Cobb County, passed away on May 12th, 2018 at Grace of Marietta in Marietta, GA at the age of 88. Martha was born in Macon, GA on November 9, 1929. She moved from Macon to Crawfordville, GA where she attended school. After school she moved to Atlanta with her mother and owned the first state licensed nursing home in Atlanta. She met her first husband, Ralph Adair and was married a year before he was killed in a plane crash in Germany. Later she met her second husband Robert Hagan and they were married till his death in 1996. Martha and Robert Hagan had only one daughter Pamela Hagan Kendrick. Martha ran a family owned business for 18 years. Afterwards she went to work for First Union Bank / Wachovia until she retired at 80 years of age. Martha loved traveling to the beach and just sitting by the pool drinking her famous Margaritas. She loved her cats Cody and Lovey. She loved to play cards and to bowl. Martha will be greatly missed by her daughter and all of her friends that knew her and had the privilege of meeting her. She was a great southern lady that let you know she was serious when she said, “don’t make me get ugly”. If you heard that you knew you were in trouble. Family will have visitation at HM Patterson, Canton Hill Chapel 1157 Old Canton Rd. NE, Marietta, GA 30068 on Thursday May 17, 2018 from 6-9 PM and the Service will be at same location at 11:00am Friday May 18, 2018. If you would like to donate to a charity in lieu of flowers you can donate to the Alzheimer’s Foundation. WWW.Alzfdn.org.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 17, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 18, 2018
  • Hagan, Martha G. Friday, May 18, 2018
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Angela Faye Martin

May 16, 2018

So thankful to have known Martha Hagan. From the time I can remember, she was always loving and nurturing. As Pam's friend, and maybe partly because she knew I had a slightly fractured home-life, she treated me as if I were her own. She and her mother, Ann, were both such lovely women and true southern belles. When I was with the Hagans, I always felt like I was in a kind of heaven on earth. Martha saw to that and I cherish the memories. Deepest condolences in this time of loss, Pamela Ann. You are in my thoughts. We will raise a margarita soon.

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