Georgia M. Hagler, 60, of Virginia Beach died on Wednesday, March 13, 2002.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland to the late Charles and Cecilia Gress, she was a homemaker and a member of Resurrection Evangelical Lutheran Church in Virginia Beach.
She is survived by her husband, Jerry Hagler, Sr.; three children; Jerry Jr., Michael and Cheryl Hagler, all of Virginia Beach; and six grandchildren. She was predeceased by her sister, Marlene Stauffer.
The visitation will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2002 from 4:00pm to 8:00pm in Altmeyer Funeral Home, Virginia Beach Chapel. A funeral ceremony will be held on Sunday, March 17, 2002 at 3:00pm in the Resurrection Evangelical Lutheran Church at 5724 Providence Road, Virginia Beach with Pastor Eric Roecker and Pastor Ronald Hahm officiating. Burial will take place at Colonial Grove Memorial Park.
Condolences may be sent to the family at altmeyer.com
Dear Jerry & Family
From the time we started attending Resurrection Church, Georgia always gave us a smile and words to make us feel welcome. We are so very sorry for your loss and our prayers are with you. We know that Georgia is now at peace and with her Lord.
You are in our prayers at this time.
Roy and Marie Buetow
Dear Jerry, Jerry Jr, Cheryl, Michael, Lori, and other family members,
Although we had known Georgia for but a short time, we were blessed by knowing her and wish to express our deepest condolences. We trust that she is now with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We will never forget Christmas of 2000 that we shared with her at the Bumbalough’s sing-a-long. We know that you have many more precious memories to charish that will comfort you through this difficult time. May the Lord comfort and bless you all. Your friends in Christ, Bowen and Karin Loftin
Dear Mr. Hagler
I was devastated and heart-broken to hear of your wife’s passing from my partners. She was a special person who fought many courageous battles throughout many difficult illnesses. I a very sorry for your loss, and I thank you for the privilege of allowing me to care for her while she was at Leigh Memorial. Sincerely, Lisa K. Madren M.D.
Georgia was truly a friend. She always made me laugh! I know that she is at peace now with the Lord. I know that we will meet again in heaven. May God bless her family at this time of sorrow and may they find true peace in knowing that she is at rest with her Lord.
Please accept Linda and my sincerest condolences in the loss of Georgia. She was a good friend to us and we will miss her. Georgia plays a big part in our memories of the time we spent in Virginia Beach and the Navy. Our prayers are with the family in their time of grief. Georgia doesn’t need prayers anymore, her sorrow and pain are over and she rests in the place God has prepared for her, with Him in His Kingdom. God Bless you.
To THE HADLER FAMILY, WORDS CAN NEVER SAY ,THE WAY YOUR FELLINGS ARE MENT. THE SORROW YOU FELL FOR THE GREAT FAMILY LEFT BEHIND.THE ONLY THING LEFT IS TO KNOW THAT GEORGIA WILL REST IN B PEACE ,” AND THERE WILL BE A PLACE SAVED FOR HER UP ABOVE, WHERE SHE CAN BE IN PEACE. WILL THINK OF HER OFTEN, AND OFTEN I WILL HEAR HER NAME SPOKEN SOFTLEY,” FROM THE SORROW OF HER GRANDCHILDERN.YOU WERE A GOOD WOMEN GEORGIA , YOU WILL BE MISSED . NANCY MILLER
To The Hagler Family,
I am so sorry for your loss.She will be missed.But have peace in your hearts knowing she is in very good hands.
To the Hagler Family,
May you know the peace of God that passes all understanding and know that weeping may endure for a night…but JOY cometh in the morning. It has been my honor to serve your family. There are not enough words to express my gratitude to the entire family. Thank you. Sincerely and In Christ, Tracy