Arlene S. Hagan

Arlene S. Hagan

November 08, 1938 - September 27, 2010

Arlene S. Hagan

November 08, 1938 - September 27, 2010


Arlene S. Hagan was born in San Diego, California on November 8, 1938 and passed away September 27, 2010.

Arlene was a courageous and compassionate woman. She and her husband, Mike were married 47+ years and especially enjoyed the outdoors together. She was a loyal and loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend.

Arlene was an active member of St. Edward’s parish, the Assistance League of Capistrano Valley and Taller San Jose. She had the privilege of making six pilgrimages to Lourdes with the Order of Malta for the healing of the sick, including this year as a Malad.

Arlene leaves behind her husband, Mike Hagan; children, Debbi Vic Anselmo, Laurie Heath Owens, Jim Annie Hagan, Lynne Sean Early; 10 grandchildren, Lauren and Sara Anselmo, Karlee and Garrett Owens, Madeline, Molly, Peter Hagan, and Claire, Connor, and Caitlyn Early.

Funeral Service – Friday, October 1st, 11:00 am, St. Edward’s the Confessor Church, Dana Point. Reception and ‘Celebration of Arlene’s Life’ will be held immediately following the Funeral Mass at the El Niguel Country Club, Laguna Niguel.

In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Arlene may be sent to:

Orange Catholic Foundation – 2811 East Villa Real Drive, Orange, CA 92867, 714 282-3021,


Assistance League of Capistrano Valley – PO Box 133, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92693, 949-492-2800,

No Events & Services

No Charities & Donations

No Gallery Photos

No Videos

29 responses to Arlene S. Hagan

  1. I can only imagine the loss you feel for your wife and mom. Mike, Arlene and your family will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Julie Fuller says:

    She was a dear friend and I will
    miss her.

  3. Arlene was a dear & special friend and I will
    miss her. I hope that she is at peace in the
    special place she is in now. John & I are sorry that we wll not be at the memorial, but you will
    all be in our thoughts & prayers.

  4. Dearest Hagan Family, Our heartfelt prayers to you and yours during this most difficult time. Arlene was so very special to both of us. She always made us feel so comfortable when we first joined Legatus. Monica always had a wonderful bond with Arlene and really wished she had gone to Lourdes with her. We wish we had spent more time with you both and please know we love you and are here for you always. As we pray daily in adoration and mass we know Arlene is in a wonderful place. We loved her smile and kind gestures. Such a fine example of a most beautiful spirit inside and out! Peace, Monica and Don

  5. sue saso says:

    I have known Arlene over 40 years, having grown up with her eldest daughter Debbi, one of my best friends to this day! As a kid I remember her pregnant, yelling at us to not get into trouble which of course we did, cheering for us on the softball and soccer field, or sharing cocktails with her friends after many a sporting event. As I became an adult she was always warm and welcoming and loving to me and I will miss her. Sending my condolences to her family who loved her so much and especially her loving husband of so many years, Mike. With deepest sympathy, Susie Horowitz Saso

Leave A Condolence

Choose a Candle