Richard Hagen was a champion of the deaf community. You are the owner of this article. The Bluffs resident served as chairman of the Iowa Western American Sign Language interpreting program for more than a decade, assisted students at Iowa School for the Deaf and was.
Dick Hagen grew up in Ames, Iowa, and joined the U. S. Marine Corps right after he left high school and served in the Mediterranean aboard ship as a radio operator during the Korean Conflict. During this time, he had many enlightening experiences, not the least of . Richard H. Hagen, of Bellevue, Neb., passed away on January 28, He was born on November 1, , in Ames, Iowa, to George and Mary Hagen. Dick was preceded in.
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Was met at the gates of Heaven by his wife, Bev on Friday morning, October 16, at age Dick is survived by daughters and granddaughters; and was preceded in death by his parents, Ethel and Earl Hagen and his brother Jim. Visitation at Krause Funeral Home Friday, West National Avenue, New Berlin, October. View phone numbers, addresses, public records, background check reports and possible arrest records for Dick Hagen. Whitepages people search is the most trusted directory. Background Checks.
SW Iowa News - ON THE JOB: Interpreter for the deaf defines 'hands-on work' Beth Townsend's hands are her livelihood. As a sign language interpreter, she uses them to help bring information, comfort and sometimes tragedy to hundreds of metro area and southwest Iowa deaf people. Hagen, a Lima Senior graduate, spent 28 years as the Shawnee head boys soccer coach. Over that time, Hagen’s Indians won matches. His wins rank 10th all-time in Ohio soccer history.