Effie Hagan Obituary
Mother Esther Kallman Swenson Father Ben Hildor Swenson

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In Memory of

Effie C. Hagan

October 12, 1925 - July 24, 2014
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Effie C. Hagan, 88, passed away July 24, 2014 in Chandler, Arizona. She was born October 12, 1925, in Trade River, Wisconsin to Ben H. Swenson and Esther Kallman.

After retiring from her nursing career with the VA Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, she moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to be near family.

She was preceded in death by her husband George W. Hagan Jr.; son Jan Kenneth Hagan; grandson Eric Petross; and brothers Emroy Swenson and Art Swenson.

She is survived by her daughters Karen Schneider of Candler, Arizona and Katherine Walter of Las Vegas; grandchildren Dan (Jen) Hagan, Paula Schneider, and Candace Hagan; nine great-grandchildren; and several great, great-grandchildren; her brother Andrew (Geri) Swenson of Taylors Falls, Minnesota; sister Violet (Verner) Dahlberg of Grantsburg, Wisconsin; and many dear nieces and nephews.

In loving memory of our mother, who was peacefully embraced by our loving Lord's Holy Spirit, and guided into a new life and home with Our Lord, in the beauty and miracle of Heaven, "We love you."

Services were held at Palm Mortuary-Eastern in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 1, 2014.

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"I remember your Mom as the most beautiful young woman I had ever seen in person and she was in our house, not at the movies. As an 11 year old in Edmond,..." Jan Harris (Gainsville, FL)

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