Hagen, Thomas Mark
Hagen, Thomas Mark
Thomas M. Hagen, 61, passed away on August 7, 2017 in Mesa, Arizona. He was born April 20, 1956 in Rolette, North Dakota.
He is survived by his wife, Susan E. Hagen; his children, Jackie (Joseph) Sutton, Mikkel (Jennifer) Hagen, Nicholas (Olivia) Hagen, Deonna Hagen, Marisa Hagen, Andrew Hagen, Cristina Hagen, Anessa Hagen, Isabella Hagen; his grandchildren, Isaiah Sutton, Victoria Sutton, Janessa Sutton, Lillian Sutton, Kailee Hagen, Emma Hagen, Grayson Hagen, Lincoln Hagen; his parents, Thomas and Darlene Hagen; and one sister, Kathy (Dan) Kalil.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 10:00 AM at Spirit of Hope Lutheran Church, 2605 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, Arizona, 85209.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the Youth Ministry at Spirit of Hope Lutheran Church.
29 responses to Hagen, Thomas Mark
August 18, 2017
Please accept my sincere condolences. May you find comfort in the words penned at Isaiah 41:10, there it reminds us, “Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be anxious, for I am your God. I will fortify you, yes, I will help you, I will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.”
Sharon Gamble says:
August 22, 2017
Susie. We have no words. Just deep, deep sorrow that you lost your Tommy so early. We’ll be praying for you and all your family in the days ahead. We love you! Ray and Sharon
Colleen Smith says:
August 31, 2017
Dear Hagen Family,
It was truly a privilege to know and be coached by Coach Hagen at St. Bonaventure. He was a special guy – kind, patient and very thoughtful. I still have the hand engraved XC mugs he would make for us every year…I will cheers to him! He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
St. Bonaventure, Class of 2004
Kevin Higgins says:
October 26, 2017
My sincere condolences. Tom was my first company commander back at Ft. Irwin when I was a new 2LT in 1985 and he was absolutely one of the most important mentors in my life. As a result, I’ve had the pleasure and reward of passing many of the lessons he taught me to those whom I’ve had the privilege of mentoring over the years. As so often happens in the military, we lost touch when jobs and duty stations took us in different directions and I was saddened to hear that he’d passed on. I will admire him and treasure the memories. Again, my condolences and I wish you well.