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Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service

186 Shelton Shop Road, Stafford, VA

OBITUARY

Todd Allan Hage

September 1, 1946November 27, 2019

Todd Allan Hage, 73, of of Stafford, VA formerly of Longview, Washington, passed away at Mary Washington Hospital on Wednesday, November 27, 2019. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran and raised his family in Germany.

He is survived by his loving wife, Deborah Denehy Hage; two daughters, Erika Primmer (Ryan) and Keirsten Kennedy (Shaun); four grandchildren, Rhyan and Quinn Primmer, Isla and Caden Kennedy; brother, Lonnie Hage (Marcia) and his nieces and nephew, Shelley, Sheri, and Shawna (Hage), Tracey and Lisa (Newt); Kate and David (Denehy); and many nieces and great nieces and nephews. They want you to know he was kind, he was the biggest fan of UConn Women’s Basketball, he was hilarious, and he was loved. He passed all those traits on to them.

A graveside service will be held in Quantico National Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his name to the SPCA, in honor of his beloved dogs, Mikey and Bailey.

Online condolences may be made in his name to the SPCA via www.mullinsthompsonstafford.com

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Ceci McNeely

December 4, 2019

What a wonderful, nice & gentle man! Germany was made so much special because of Todd and his wonderful family. Always helpful, happy & so much fun! More family then friends. Debbie, Erika Hage & Kiersten - thank you for sharing him with us! We love you guys.
Godspeed Todd!

Thomas Kolb

December 4, 2019

Had many a great nights spent at the Hage’s house. They are excellent hosts and I have many wonderful memories of game nights Where I had interesting conversations with Mr Hage. He will truly be missed by me.

Aubrey McCaster

December 3, 2019

I knew Todd Hage to be a kind and genuinely engaging man. He was always quick to smile and involve you in a positive discussion on a wide range of subjects. He seemed to be a quiet man but, was a wealth of knowledge. I enjoyed his presence and his easy going attitude. R.I.H. Todd 🌹

Alisa Kennedy

December 2, 2019

Todd continually surprised me with his broad range of knowledge and interests. When I was going to meet Peter Max, Todd just happened to have one of his illustrated books from the 70's. My cousin from NJ visited and he immediately started referring to her as Joan Jett because of her dark hair and Converse sneakers. He could cover any era or topic. He followed basketball, soccer and any sport his children or grandchildren played. He welcomed all, was always quick with a chuckle and was a willing participant in any family shenanigans. His presence will be greatly missed. I'm thankful to have known him.

Pamela McCaster

December 2, 2019

I had the honor of knowing Todd Hage as my son’s Father-in-law. However he was so much more; a genuine, caring gentleman with a wealth of knowledge and a wonderful sense of humor. His priority was his Family which is how they were able to make so many beautiful memories. RIP ❤️

Marj DeBoef

December 2, 2019

I will always remember your dad with a smile on his face. He was a father who showed his love for his family. A gentle guy, with a joyful laugh, a friendly handshake, a truly kind soul. As my Momma would have said, he was "Good People ". I am proud to have know you. Respect to you. God Speed, Todd. ❤.

Melanie Davis

December 2, 2019

When I think of your father, it is exactly as you describe him: a kind, wise man who loved his family and was loved by them. What a beautiful life and legacy. I am so glad I had the chance to see him with all of you this summer. Love to you all and prayers for peace and comfort.

Keirsten Kennedy

November 30, 2019

My dad was game for anything, up for any adventure. The ONLY people completely into getting old-timey photos were my dad and two five-year-olds. I'm happy we did all the things that made him laugh. From soccer every weekend with the grandkids to sitting around the table playing games he'd always win. May we all be as blessed as my dad with luck and pure love.

Erika Primmer

November 30, 2019

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