Emma Jane Hagan

Emma Jane Hagan

January 17, 1922 - April 15, 2021

Emma Jane Hagan

January 17, 1922 - April 15, 2021


Emma Jane Hagan (aka) Jane Hagan

 January 17, 1922 – April 15, 2021


Jane Hagan, of Mission Viejo, CA, passed away peacefully on April 15, 2021.

Jane was born to John M Hagan, Sr. and Mary Ervin in Claremont, Virginia.

She was the eldest of three children and is preceded in death by her siblings John M. Hagan Jr. and Alice Hagan Eley. She is survived by niece Dawn Hagan and nephews John Hagan III, Dave Hagan Eley, and Ralph Eley III.

She attended Mary Baldwin College, and worked at Princeton University and Duke University.

Jane was the Art Research Librarian at Brand Library & Art Center in Glendale, California for 16 years before her retirement.

She was smart, sharp and had a sense of humor only witnessed by a very few being extremely private. She was always up for an adventure travelling to many countries in the world. Paris was her favorite place.

Jane was an avid fan of the Lakers, the Kentucky Derby, the game shows Jeopardy and the Wheel of Fortune.

She enjoyed and took advantage of the myriad of shows at the theatre in Laguna Woods Village where she resided since 1997 until her move to Olivera Homecare in Mission Viejo in 2019.

St. George’s Episcopal Church in Laguna Hills, CA became her spiritual haven and attended not only the Sunday service but also the Wednesday healing service.

Donations can be made to Salvation Army in lieu of flowers: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/



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8 responses to Emma Jane Hagan

  1. Jonathan J Sy

  2. Thank you for the time we spent together and the memories we shared.
    Unforgettable indeed. Rest in the Lord.
    With much love and prayers.

  3. I was so sad to hear of Mrs. Jane Hagan’s passing. I worked with her at the Brand Library & Art Center for many years. Mrs. Hagan actually came to my retirement party the City of Glendale had for us. I thought it was so nice of her to come, I will never forget her support and kindness towards me. We kept in touch after my retirement by sending Christmas cards to each other. I will miss her dearly, she was a big part of my life. Vaya con Dios, and RIP until we meet again.

  4. Jennifer says:

    Thank you for being a very thoughtful & kind family friend. “May the choirs of angels come to greet you & speed you to paradise ” 

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