Pat Hagan

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Pat Hagan
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Pat Hagan

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Class Year: 1968
Residing In: Rossville, GA USA
Spouse/Partner: Lisa Kay Hagan
Occupation: Retired from TVA and Memorial Hospital and as a Realtor.
Children: Emily Hagan Meeks, born 1976.
R. Patrick Hagan II, born 1979.
Kindra Reavely, born 1977
Military Service: U. S. Navy  
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I married Wanda Faye Harrison ("68) in September 1970. We divorced eight years later but remained the best of friends. Wanda died in July 2008. Wanda is the Mother of my Daughter, Emily Hagan Meeks.

School Story:

I was #1 in detentions at CHS. Coach Phifer, may he rest in peace, took good care of me and I graduated and have had a successful life!

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Pat Hagan has left an In Memory comment for Linda Wilder Denley.
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Jul 21, 2020 at 11:58 AM

I'm so sorry to hear about yet another Class of '68 classmate passing away.  I remember  Linda and her smile.  Thoughts are with her family.  ??????

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Apr 23, 2020 at 5:33 PM

I'm so sorry to hear about Bill's passing. We were Facebook friends the past few years and although he was in bad health you would not know it from his positive posts and attitude.  I know Jeanne will miss him greatly, since they were high school sweethearts.  My thoughts are with Jeanne.  Peace to you and your family. 

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Feb 25, 2020 at 11:47 AM

Hi Beth! Nice to hear from you. Take care. Pat

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Jul 24, 2019 at 5:33 PM

Doug Moser, Mr. CHS in my opinion, passed away on July 23, 2019.  Doug touched so many lives in his time on earth.  He played every sport available at City High and North Side Junior High.  He also excelled academically.  A very humble man too.  He was extremely popular at school, but he wasn’t impressed with his popularity.  He was just Doug Moser.  I knew him best from the past few years on Facebook.  We weren’t friends in school, but I sure admired the way he handled himself.  You can learn a lot from someone by watching how they treat others less talented and popular.  

I will miss you Doug.  I know there are hundreds of folks in Chattanooga who will miss you as well.  

Sincerely, 

 

pat Hagan

Class of ‘68 

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Jul 24, 2019 at 9:09 AM

Doug Moser was a special person. He lettered in every sport. Honors in academics. Most popular but also most humble. I’m proud to say Doug was a friend. I can’t believe he’s gone. It’s a sad in for CHS ‘68. Rest in Peace Doug. Love you. Pat

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Jul 23, 2018 at 9:33 PM

Click this link to read a very nice article about Wendell from a writer in North Georgia:

https://www.facebook.com/546049724/posts/10156503442024725/

Jul 19, 2018 at 10:13 AM

Pat, I hope to see you and catch up at the 50th reunion! Eddie

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Jul 17, 2018 at 5:33 PM

From Wendell’s daughter’s Facebook Post:  I’ve started this post many times today and deleted it, and I still don’t have my words right. This morning we said goodbye to my Daddy, Wendell Lee Clowers, after a hard fought battle with cancer. He was an ultimate warrior until the end, with little complaint. My Dad provided a life for us better than I could have asked for, looking back on all my years, my fun memories are because of him. He worked hard to make sure we had more than we could ever need. His love language was gift giving and he gave with open arms to so, so many. He was a man of great life experiences, fantastic stories, lessons learned, successes and failures, big laughs, tons of friends, sharp outfits, one liners and great comebacks and I was able to learn from all of it. He loved big, and he especially loved his four grandkids, he was just an awesome Papaw for them. He came to everything there ever was for them, and they cherished him being there. But his life will be forever remembered by his lifelong love of baseball. He started as a little leaguer, with little money or guidance but he had a dream. He used worn out equipment and snuck onto fields to play. He turned his love of the game into a lifelong career. He was able to fulfill his dream of stepping on the pitcher’s mound for the UT Volunteers and he has continued his passion through 40 years of coaching and helping athletes fulfill their dreams. Never was an athlete left behind, my Dad gave from his own pocket to ensure every child had what they needed to play the wonderful game of baseball (and basketball). He expressed his love of Jesus and in recent days, he was saying he was ready to go be with HIM, and our hearts are filled with joy knowing where he went this morning. Looking back over the past two weeks, I so plainly see how Jesus revealed himself to my sister and I, time and time again. It’s truly overwhelming. I was reminded of one of his last hospital stays.... the nurse asked “Mr. Clowers, do you have a nickname?” And he said “yes, just call me Coach please.” This morning as he was welcomed into the gates of heaven, I just can’t help but wonder if he said “just call me coach please”. Daddy, thank you for everything, I’m glad you were mine.

 

 

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