Jo Ann Hagy

4 entries
  • "Mom, I miss you every moment of the day. All in God's plan..."
    - Laurie Schueler
  • "Just a little candle to light your way in the dark. Just a..."
    - Tracey Stokaylo
  • "Kelly was my "second" Mom. SHE TAUGHT ME TO live and Love..."
    - Tracilla Stokaylo
  • "Laurie, Your mom was a talented women. May God continue..."
    - Christine Ciocco
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Jo Ann "Kelly" Hagy MT. PLEASANT - The family of Jo Ann "Kelly" Hagy sadly announces her passing on July 5, 2013, in Mount Pleasant, SC. Kelly was a vocalist, artist, photographer, cosmetologist, great cook, cat-lover, wife, mother, grandmother "Nini" and great-grandmother (also known as Nini). Kelly was born in Hollis, L.I.N.Y, married, had two children and moved to Fort Lauderdale, FL, where she had her third child. She retired in 2001 and settled in Mount Pleasant, SC. She worked in Ft. Lauderdale as a jazz and standard singer/drummer, as well as a cosmetologist with her own shops in Dania, FL. She had a keen sense for all things beautiful in nature, animals and the innocent faces of children, which was so prevalent throughout her art and photography. Her musical career spanned for more than 40 years, working with top musicians in the Florida jazz circuit. Her sweet voice and beauty she left with us is so greatly treasured. Her family cherishes her gifts and misses her deeply! Kelly is survived by her husband, Frederick Hagy of 29 years, her daughter, Laurie A. Schueler, son Frank W. Schueler, son Phillip J. Schueler, daughter-in-law Christine M. Schueler, grandchildren, Christiane M. (Baisley) Camarillo and her husband Manual M. Camarillo, Jennifer A. (Schueler) Beasley and her husband Daniel L. Beasley, Kevin M. Schueler, her great grandson's Rosston M. Camarillo and Alex M. Camarillo, and many, many great friends along her earthly path. In memory of Kelly donations can be made to the Humane Society for all the sweet animals that need a home! Visit our guestbook at charleston

Published in Charleston Post & Courier on July 17, 2013