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Hagan THOMPSON

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August 22, 2013
A fond,fond memory of a South Mississippi girl.....JOHN 14 gone to a special place in the Heavenly chorus
October 30, 2012
What a delightful, sweet and funny man was your father! Before Southern Discomfort even existed,Hagan gave his wit, songs and acting abilities to the "Cracker Crumble, the annual GA Press Assoc. fund-raiser for Georgia journalism. Hagan was handsome,hilarious and just cracked us all up in rehearsals and performances. He was a warm and loving man whom we all adored and missed when he relocated to St. Simons. Please add my name to the list of folks who treasure his memory My prayers are with you.
October 30, 2012
Celebrate Hagan's Life on Dec 2 at 7 p.m.

Please join us in celebrating the life of our beloved father, Hagan Thompson. We will honor him with the great music he loved and with our shared memories of his wit, charm, and loving nature.

Sunday, December 2 at 7:00 p.m.

Grace United Methodist Church
458 Ponce de Leon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
www.graceonponce.org

Rev. Dr. Laurence McCullough
Rev. Kate Hurst Floyd
Sue Goddard, organ
William Baker Festival Singers
October 30, 2012
Unforgettable, that's what you are! Hagan kept me smiling back in the "good old days" at EPA. He was a GREAT person to know. - Sharonita
October 29, 2012
Hagan was bigger than life. He could keep you in stitches for hours on end. Even when he told the same jokes or pulled his witty stunts ("Have I shown you a photo of my Pride & Joy?) for the umpteenth time he could crack you up. He was "Mechanically Challenged", always seeking help to fix a flat tire on his bike or inflating an air mattress. Don't even ask about his failings in putting up a tent. Once, while camping on a bike trip in California, a couple of us were preparing to hang our food from bears, racoons and other critters. The duffle bag was empty as we prepared the rope for a correct drop for access and substantial height to thwart the afore mentioned thieves. Hagan walked up looking puzzled as usual and asked what were we doing. "Bears", I said, "We are trying to get the proper height on this bag." Hagan replied, "Why would a bear eat a duffle bag?" His improv questions, answers and queried looks never failed to evoke Belly Laughs.
Hagan got into one's being. He becomes an extension of everything you thought you knew about fun and humor.
I'm getting to the age where I accept the death of my dear friends, forever keeping in mind the gift they gave me or better still deeply etched into my being 'til the day I die. If there is a heaven, God is laughing his head off.
We love you Hagan. Thanks for being in our lives.
Bob & Sammie Lipscomb

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