Photo courtesy of Morningside Memorial Gardens

Sharon L Hagen

Andover, Minnesota

Apr 18, 1938 - May 20, 2012

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Thank you for being living proof that true love for another person can withstand the many tests of time. Angels come to us in different guises..There are nine orders of angels, to wit: angels, archangels, virtues, powers, principalities, dominions, thrones, cherubim, and seraphim. Enjoy the rest of your journey.

What a wonderful time I had growing up with you in my life. Some of my favorite memories of you are... inside out sweatshirts, towel dresses, crunch bugs, Camp Sallie, cooking at girls camps, fried macaroni, your pasta salads, you could throw anything in a bowl and it would taste great. Thanks for everything you taught me in the kitchen, take a chance it will still be great. "Running out of gas" in a truck with dual tanks (she didn't know there was a switch), Snow mobiling, winter...

When someone loses a loved one, it's hard to know how to express words of sympathy. I know how much your mom/grandma meant to you and how much you loved her. I enjoyed visiting with her at all the get togethers. She was a very kind lady and will be missed.
Love & Hugs,
Grandma Barb

Grammy, as hard as it is to say goodbye, it comforts me to know you are done being sick and can now be with everyone you have been missing for so long. You were always there for me as far back as I can remember, with a joke, a laugh, a hug, whatever I needed. I will never forget all the time we spent together when I was young. Sleepovers at Grandma's house were the best! Even in the short time you were able to get to know your great grandson, it was so apparent how much you adored him. ...

Miss you already grandma. The good times will be remembered with a few tears and a lot of laughs. I hope you are at peace and enjoying your reunion with grandpa. I know it's something you have looked forward to for many years. Love you and miss you.

Grandma, you taught me how to be patient, kind and love unconditionally. You opened my eyes to careing for others who were less fortunate, but deserving of a great life. I will always remember your smile, your laugh and your compassion. You are now with the love of your who you have waited more than 20 years to see again. Even in your last days you were able to smile and make me laugh. I miss you so much, but this is not goodbye forever rather Goodbye for now until we meet again!! I love you...

Mom, I can't believe the day is here that we have to say "Till we meet again". You were the Best friend, Mom anyone could ever ask for.. You loved us girls soooo unconditionally it amazes me now to look back and see the abundance of love you had for us. I miss you so much, I miss yours calls telling me to turn on some channel about Ghosts...Cause you said it really was not that scary. I miss your kind words when I was hurt or sad.. I will miss most of all mom your smile... I love...


Sharon's Obituaries

Hagen, Sharon L. age 74 of Blaine. Preceded in death by husband, LeRoy. Survived by daughters, Jody (Bradley) Rolfe, Shannon (Harold) Harris, and Janelle (Joe) Cotrone; 7 grandchildren, 1 great- grandson; sisters, Dawn Anderson and Diane Campbell; brothers, Kent (Norma) Campbell and Keith...

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