Wednesday, October 7th, 1942 - Tuesday, August 18th, 2020
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Herman Kelly Hager, Jr. 77, a former longtime resident of Corsicana, passed away Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at the home of his daughter in the Lanely Community of Freestone County.
Herman was born October 7, 1942 in Dallas to parents Herman Kelly Hager, Sr. and Georgia Lee Ashworth Hager. He married Barbara Lue Yates on September 27, 1963 in Balch Springs at the home of her parents. She preceded him in death on October 30, 2017. Herman spent his entire life in the commercial construction business and was a retired superintendent with Holzem Construction of Dallas. He was a member of the Sons of the American Legion in Corsicana and The Oaks Golf Club of Corsicana. Herman and Barbara enjoyed a weekend home in the Lanely Community of Freestone County for many years. In addition to his parents and wife Barbara he was preceded in death by a grandson, Matthew Alexander Hager.
Left to cherish his memory are his children, Kevin Kelly Hager and wife Victoria of Vancouver, WA; Sandi Hollister and husband Scott of Lanely; Westley Hager and wife Mary Ann of Ennis, TX; Gary Wayne Hager, Jr. of Milam, TX; one brother, Gary Wayne Hager, Sr. of Milam, TX; four sisters, Betty Lou Dry of Terrell, TX; Doris Janice Thomas of Mabank, TX; Mary Jo (Jodie) Adkins and husband Larry of Oklahoma; Kelli Sue Reynolds and husband Terry of Mannford, OK; six grandchildren, Brandy Jones, Kaylee Barkouskie and partner Jake Alford, Jonathan Hollister and wife Shelby, Bradleigh Hollister and partner Marquis Melton, Candice and Peyton Hager; seven great-grandchildren, Alex and Tony Jones, Garrett, Preslee and Cash Barkouskie, Marleigh Melton and Rainy Hollister.

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  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, September 19th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Saturday, September 19th, 2020 11:00am
    Corinth Baptist Church
    121 FARM ROAD 489
    Teague, Texas 75860
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    Officiating: Pastor Carl Clark. Church is in the community of Dew. Texas on FM 489 Mailing address is Teague, Texas.


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Karen Pearce

Posted at 12:41pm
I rember the good times of hoeing the corn or getting in the hay and then getting to go swimming in the creek. The times when we had basketball games and had to walk a half mile in the dark ( no street lights) after the bus driver let us off. Playing basketball on the side of a hill with lots of rocks and very little dirt. Knocking down wasp nest to get bait to go fish for perch.

Kelli Reynolds

Posted at 03:37pm
The most amazing big brother anyone could ever ask for. He was such a great story teller, always funny and full of life. He will be missed dearly, I loved him so much! So happy he is no longer in pain. Rest in peace my brother!

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