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Mack Arthur Hagemann

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Mack Arthur Hagemann Mack Arthur Hagemann died at home amongst family on Monday, November 12, 2012. He was born in Pampa, Texas, to Lawrence and Pearl Hagemann. He served six years in the United States Navy from 1960-1966 and in 1971 he moved to Upper Lake, CA, with his wife, Nancy Lorene Hagemann, from Alameda, CA. He continued to commute to the Bay Area, where he worked as a UC Berkeley Campus Police Officer. Mack was an outstanding marksman and was a member of the Police Department's competition pistol team. Upon leaving the UC Berkeley Police Department he devoted himself to a typical Lake County life and workstyle; working in a backhoe and tractor business, co-owning a construction business, building roads for a logging business, and growing walnuts. He also enjoyed numerous hobbies; woodworking, leatherworking, gunsmithing, flying, and especially fishing. Mack was an avid fisherman and proud member of the Derby Hat Fishing Club. Ironically, Mack didn't like to eat the fish he caught and friends and family were always the grateful recipients of that irony. He was a long time pillar of the Upper Lake community with friends too numerous to mention. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Lorene Hagemann; two children, Vickie Lynn Red and Joe Wilson Doom; three grandchildren, Jason Red, Brandi Dobmeier, and Shawn Jones; five great-grandchildren, Ava Red, Peyton Hynes-Red, Nicole Dobmeier, Jennifer Dobmeier, and Elizabeth Dobmeier; as well as one great-great-grandchild, Ivy Sowyer. Papa Mack will be dearly missed. Arrangements were provided by Chapel of the Lakes Mortuary. For further information please call 707-263-0357 or 994-5611 or visit chapelofthelakes.com. Please share your memories by signing the guest book at www.record-bee.com
Published in Lake County Record-Bee from Nov. 21 to Nov. 25, 2012
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