Dickie Paul Hagans, passed away April 29, 2021, and his wife Carol passed away July 19, 2021, both at Parkview Home in Wayland, IA.
Visitation for Dickie & Carol will be 10:30 am to 11:30 am, Saturday, July 31, 2021, at the Brighton Community Church. A Celebration of Life will follow starting at 11:30 a.m., with Pastor Rick Zickefoose officiating. Military Honors for Dickie Hagans will follow service. Inurnment will be at a later date.
Memorials may be made to the family and mailed to Melissa Bittner, 1080 Violet Ave., Brighton, IA 52540.
Dickie was born June 13, 1952, to Shirley Hagans in Fairfield, Iowa. Carol was born October 18, 1947, to William and Ethel (Smith) Jennings. They were married on November 28, 1979.
Dickie served in the US Navy and was a life time truck driver. Dickie’s interest and hobbies include, member of Green Acre Saddle Club, riding his horses, spending time with his horses and mules, fishing and watching westerns on tv.
Carol was a housewife and caregiver of their son Tony. She was a member of the Saddle Club, enjoyed doing puzzles, junking and fishing. Carol loved the holidays, especially Easter and Christmas.
They will be missed by their daughter, Melissa Bittner; grandchildren, Alecia, Tamara, Summer, Steven and Samantha; 10 great grandchildren: Keaton, Khloe, Korbyn, Clayton, Kassidy, London, David, Evan, Jessie and Allia. Dickie is survived by his siblings, Kathy Fluharty, Leonard Wolverton, Helen Riley, Rosie Baily, Dixie Courtney, Laura Smith, Sue Anna Pilkington, and Donnie Wolverton. Carol is survived by her siblings, Charles Jennings and Jean Engle.
They were both preceded in death by their parents; two sons, David Bittner and Tony Hagans; Dickie’s sisters, Donna, Violet, Daisy, Evelyn; and Carol’s brothers, William Kenneth Jr., Ronald, Bill.