Obit: Hagen, Nellie (1892 - 1968)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Hagen, Johnson, Erickson, Thompson, Stanway, Sullivan, Crandall, Lundquist, Eicher, Norton, Schneider, Olson, Anderson, Allen, Leitski, Mattson, Bergerson, Rykken

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/18/1968

Hagen, Nellie (2 September 1892 - 11 January 1968)

Mrs. Oscar (Nellie) Hagen, 75, died January 11 at Black River Falls Memorial Hospital where she had been hospitalized for two weeks.

Mrs. Hagen was born in Black River Falls September 2, 1892, to John and Thea (Johnson) Erickson. She was a graduate of the Black River Falls High School, class of 1911. She married William Thompson, who died in 1925.

On January 7, 1931, she was united in marriage to Oscar Hagen. They made their home in Black River Falls until 1942, when they moved to Merrillan, where Mr. Hagen was employed in the signal department of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad. He died in November, 1962.

Survivors include a sister, Mrs. William Stanway of Ironton, Minn., and several nieces and nephews.

Services were held in Black River Falls January 13, with the Rev. T. A. Rykken officiating. Mrs. Richard Olson sang, “Beautiful Savior.” Burial was made in the Riverside Cemetery in Black River Falls.

Pallbearers were: Harris Anderson, James Allen, Carl Leitski, Oswald Mattson, Robert Bergerson and Gaylord Mattson.

Those who attended from out of the county were: Mrs. Stanway; Mrs. Terry Sullivan, St. Cloud, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crandall, Mrs. Bud Lundquist, Cecila Eicher, Lawrence Norton, all of Minneapolis; Edward and Mary Schneider of Eau Claire; and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hagen and family, Altoona.





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