PALMER CLAREN HAGEN
Palmer Claren Hagen gravestone
(Photo by Vernon B. Paddock)
B. January 12, 1915 in Albert Lea, Freeborn County, MN
D. February 28, 1997 in Waukegan, Lake County, IL
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- Father: Clarence LeRoy Hagen, Sr. born July 6, 1892 in Hartland Township, Freeborn County, MN, son of Nils/Nels Christensen Hagen (1866-1921) and Caroline (Lundy) Hagen (1869-1898); married Karla Marie “Mary” Jensen on January 24, 1914 in Albert Lea, Freeborn County, MN; Clarence died April 16, 1954 in Round Lake, Lake County, IL (See section pertaining to Clarence LeRoy Hagen, Sr. buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
- Mother: Karla Marie “Mary” (Jensen) (Hagen) Leinhold born March 5, 1895 in Jutland, Denmark, daughter of Hans Peter Jensen (1873-unknown) and Anne Marie (Andersen) Jensen (1870-1935); married (1) Clarence LeRoy Hagen, Sr. (1892-1954) on January 24, 1914 in Albert Lea, Freeborn County, MN; married (2) Nikolaus “Nick” Andrew Leinhold (1897-1986) on January 30, 1937 in Cook County, IL as his second wife; (See section pertaining to Nikolaus Andrew “Nick” Leinhold buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery); Mary died August 10, 1963 in Round Lake, Lake County, IL (See section pertaining to Karla Marie “Mary” (Jensen) (Hagen) Leinhold buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
- Wife: Agnes Pauline “Pauline” Norrick born June 9, 1919 in Oatsville, Washington Township, Gibson County, IN, daughter of John Monroe Norrick (1884-1936) and Nora Ellen (Welch) Norrick (1880-1965); married May 27, 1937 in Mount Carmel, Wabash County, IL; Agnes died June 6, 2003 in Port Charlotte, Charlotte County, FL (See section pertaining to Agnes Pauline “Pauline” (Norrick) Hagen buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
- Infant son born May 7, 1939 in Chicago, Cook County, IL; Infant son died May 7, 1939 in Chicago, Cook County, IL
- Dixie Lee (Hagen) Pawlowski born August 21, 1941; married Thomas Joseph Pawlowski (1938-1992), son of Joseph A. Pawlowski and Sophie (Jackowiak) Pawlowski; divorced August 19, 1992 in Randolph County, NC
- Bonnie (Hagen) Pedersen; married Peter Pedersen
- Lee Roy Hagen; married Carolyn Louise Diana in 1969, daughter of Marion Diana and Gladys (Noncorf) Diana
According to the Daily Chronicle (De Kalb IL) Wednesday, November 5, 1959, page 16:
A marriage license was issued to…Lee Roy Hagen and Carolyn Louise Diana of Round Lake on Oct. 29…at the DeKalb County Clerk’s Office in Syracuse.”
- Chester Earl Hagen, Sr. born November 21, 1918 in Albert Lea, Freedom County, MN; WW II Veteran, Private First Class, 9400 Tech SVC Unit; married Margaret Emily McCanless (1915-1988); Chester died September 26, 1968 in Hines, Cook County, IL (See section pertaining to Chester Earl Hagen, Sr. buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery) (See section pertaining to Margaret Emily (McCanless) Hagen buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
- Clarence LeRoy Hagen, Jr. born June 6, 1925 in Albert Lea, Freeborn County, MN; WW II Navy Veteran, killed in action; Private 1st Class, USMCR; Clarence died June 17, 1944 in Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands (See section pertaining to Clarence LeRoy Hagen, Jr. buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
According to the 1920 U.S. Census for Albert Lea City, Freeborn County, MN, living at 210 E. College Street, the household members were:
“Clarence Hagen, head, age 26, married, born in Minnesota, parents born in Norway, occupation: shackling – packing house; Mary Hagen, wife, age 24, married, immigrated 1903, naturalized 1914, born in Denmark, parents born in Denmark; Palmer Hagen, son, age 4 11/12, single, born in Minnesota; Chester Hagen, son, age 1 2/12, single, born in Minnesota”
According to the 1930 U.S. Census for Albert Lee City, Albert Lea Township, Freeborn County, MN the household members were:
“Clarence L. Hagen, head, age 37, married at age 22, born in Minnesota, parents born in Norway, occupation: agent – oil bulk plant; Mary Hagen, wife, age 35, married at age 18, born in Denmark, parents born in Denmark, immigrated in 1903; occupation: waitress – café; Palmer C. Hagen, son, age 15, single, born in Minnesota; Chester E. Hagen, son, age 11, single, born in Minnesota; Clarence L. Hagen, son, age 5, single, born in Minnesota”
According to the Daily Republican-Register (Mount Carmel IL) Friday, May 28, 1937, page 3:
Palmer Hagen, of this city, formerly of Chicago, and Miss Pauline Norrick, of Oakland City, Indiana, were united in marriage at the home of Rev. Charles W. Riggs on Thursday evening.
They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mayhall and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Meier.”
According to the U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947:
“Name: Palmer Claren Hagen; Age: 25; Birth Date: 12 Jan 1915; Birth Place: Albert Lea, Minnesota, USA; Residence Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA; Registration Date: 16 Oct 1940; Registration Place: Illinois, USA; Employer: George W Borg Corportion (sic); Weight: 140; Complexion: Ruddy; Eye Color: Blue; Hair Color: Blonde; Height: 5 10; Next of Kin: Agnes Pauline Hagen”
According to the News-Sun (Waukegan IL) March 5, 1997, page A9:
“PALMER CLAREN HAGEN
Palmer Claren Hagen, 82, of Round Lake, passed away Friday, February 28, 1997 at the St. Therese Medical Center in Waukegan.
He was born January 12, 1915 in Albert Lea, MN making his home in Round Lake since 1944, formerly of Mt. Carmel, IL. He was a member of the Waukegan Musicians Union for over 20 years and a former band member of the “Golden Tones” which play throughout the Chicagoland area.
Mr. Hagen retired in 1978 from the Frank G. Hough Co. in Libertyville.
He leaves his wife, Pauline A. (nee Norrick) whom he married on May 27, 1937 in Mt. Carmel, IL., 2 daughters, Dixie Lee Pawlowski of Lindenhurst and Bonnie (Peter) Pedersen of Lake villa; a son, Lee (Carolyn) Hagen of Coppelt, TX and 7 grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his parents and 2 brothers.
Funeral services were held at 10:00 AM on Monday, March 3, 1997 at the STRANG FUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM, LTD., 410 E. Belvidere Rd., Grayslake, Il. 60030 with the Rev. Lisle J. Kauffman of the Calvary Presbyterian Church of Round Lake officiating.
Interment followed at the Fort Hill Cemetery in Round Lake. Friends of the family may visit at the Funeral Chapel from 6:00-9:00 PM. Memorials may be given to the Church in his memory.”