Marilyn Patricia Hagner
November 10, 1940 - May 16, 2020
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Holmdel Mausoleum
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Wednesday 5/20, 1:00 pm

Marilyn Patricia Hagner, 79, of Hamilton, formerly of Colts Neck passed away on Saturday evening, May 16th, 2020. Born in Manhattan, NY she and her husband Joseph lived in Old Bridge where they raised their family, and eventually moved to Colts Neck prior to her moving to Hamilton. Prior to her retirement, Marilyn was a …
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Pam Ginsberg left a message on May 25, 2020:
I did not have the pleasure of knowing Marilyn, but I know her son John and his wife Kathy. They are both such wonderful people. She must have been a great mother to have raised such a wonderful son. So sorry for your loss John.
Joe and jeanne calderone left a message on May 22, 2020:
Joe and I are so sorry to hear of the passing of this wonderful mother,wife,and grandmother.Your family is in our prayers at this time. Joe and jeanne Calderone
Kevin Driscoll left a message on May 20, 2020:
Marilyn is my sister in law. I know her since I started dating her husband Joe's sister Joyce when I was 16. In the early years when her 3 boys were small she cared lovingly for not just her husband and them but for her invalid father as well. Family gatherings were always special and she always was well dressed, organized and in control. When she and my late wife Joyce started joking around it was a contest as to which one of them had the most boisterous laugh. Later on in life she dealt with adversity in a way that could only be described as valiant, right down to designing a home in Colts Neck which was built to accommodate her handicapped husband's needs while at the same time was equipped to provide a memorable place for her children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews to enjoy year after year. She loved Joe and her boys and her grandchildren and she was an example for all of us.
Petra left a message on May 20, 2020:
A candle was lit by Petra on 2020/05/20
Lauren Osinchak left a message on May 19, 2020:
Grandma Elvis, as we liked to call her, was truly the strongest woman I’ve ever known. She’d been through a lot in her lifetime and still always had a smile on her face. Her laughter was contagious. She loved her sons, adored her grandchildren and great-grandchildren , and was infinitely devoted to her husband, our pop pop. Her strength was unwavering. Grandma, I will miss you always and love you forever. Give poppop a huge hug and kiss from me. Until we meet again, somewhere over the rainbow. See you later alligator... ❤️ Lauren
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Amanda left a message on May 19, 2020:
Grandma was the most strong and wonderful woman I knew. She always put her family first and gave us the best memories growing up. She loved her sons and husband more than anything and she spoiled her grandchildren. We cherished spending time with her and always loved going to “Grandma and Poppop’s house.” She will be missed terribly especially her strong laugh, unfiltered comments, and her endless love and support. We will miss her every single day. One day when I am a grandmother I will carry on the same traditions that she did for me, in her memory. Love you always and forever Grandma❤️
Joseph Hagner left a message on May 19, 2020:
Marilyn is my Mother. My Mom was the strongest woman anyone could have ever imagined. The adversity she faced on a daily basis throughout her life would have crumbled most. In spite of that she was also a wonderful, loving mother to me and my brothers Michael and John. The finest wife to my Dad, Joe Sr., who we miss daily. My Mom was happy, and funny, caring, generous, and just plain wonderful. One of my fondest memories of my Mom was many years ago in the 1960's. My brothers and I were just little boys and Mom started singing "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" a few days before Christmas, each night before bed. We loved this so much she continued even long after Christmas. Actually it went on until April. She never disappointed. I will miss Mom always. I take comfort knowing she's in Gods loving care and reunited with Dad once again. I love you Mom and Dad! Your loving son, Joey
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