David Glenn Hagan

Sanger, Texas

1949 - 2020


August 1, 2020
Sanger, Texas


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David Glenn Hagan

David Glenn Hagan, 70, of Sanger, Texas passed away on Saturday, August 01, 2020, in Denton, Texas. He was born to John and Mary (Guynes) Hagan on August 07, 1949, in Pineville, Louisiana.

David served in the US Army. He was employed with Sally Beauty for 40 years working as a Loss Prevention Manager. He was the Director of AWANA program at First Baptist Church Krugerville. He was an avid old car lover and master of the grill as well as the king of the jokes.

He is survived by his wife Cathy Hagan, daughter Alaina and husband Adam Gouin of Sanger TX, sons Chad and Jason Hagan, stepdaughter Michelle Southern of Pineville LA, brothers John Hagan of Santa Ana CA, Gary Hagan and wife Diane of Downsville LA, Mike Hagan and life partner Pam of San Antonio TX, sister Marilyn Clifton of Collinston LA, sisters-in-law, Billie Hagan of Monroe LA, and Beulah Hagan of Pineville LA, grandchildren, Jeran and Carson Hagan of Denton TX, Jayden and Alyssa Hagan of Albany LA.

He was proceeded in death by his parents John and Mary Hagan and brothers Jim and Don Hagan, one sister in-law Chris Hagan, one Brother in-law Cliff Clifton.

Services were held at First Baptist Church of Krugerville on Wednesday, August 05, 2020. Visitation began at 1:00 P.M. The funeral service followed at 2:00 P.M. with Pastor Sam Redfearn officiating.

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Dave was deeply devoted to his Lord and his family ... we admired him and appreciated his lightning humor and the pride he took in his work. We will miss him, but know he will be welcomed through the next door to eternal life. God Bless him and his wonderful family .....

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David was a good friend, former brother in law who I spent a lot of good times with and will miss him but I know this is not good by but I will see you later my deepest sympathy to all his family knowing that he is safe in the arms of our Lord and Savior.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.