Herman Lee

Herman Lee "Wilson" Hagen

August 28, 2021

Herman Lee 'Wilson' Hagan, Sr., 71, passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 28, 2021. Wilson was born on April 17, 1950 in Independence, LA and a lifelong resident of Greensburg, LA. Wilson was a loving husband, father, and pawpaw. He was a hard working man that provided for his family by logging which he enjoyed. He also enjoyed farming, gardening, his cattle and horses, barbecuing, hunting, joking with people, and spending time with his grandchildren. Wilson enjoyed being around people and never met a stranger. He had a way about himself that made everyone feel welcomed and loved. Wilson is survived by his wife, Pamela Evans Hagan of 47 years; his daughter, Trudie Melson and husband Rick of Spencer, OK; son, Lee Hagan of New Orleans, LA; daughter, Rebekah Hagan Brecheen of Denham Springs, LA; grandchildren Danielle, Kyle, and Katherine Melson; Wyatt, Weston, Waylon, and Wynlea Brecheen. He is also survived by his brother Clovis Hagan; sister, Shirley Landers and husband Robert; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents Pettis Lee Hagan and Gertrude Brabham Hagan; sister, Elsie Hagan; and grandson, Ryan Melson. Services will be held at Victory Temple of Greensburg on Wednesday, September 8th from 10:00am until religious services at 2:00pm. Burial will be at Greensburg Cemetery. Religious Services conducted by Rev. A.W. O'Quinn Sr., Rev. Thoston Rodriguez, and Rev. Robert Landers Jr. Pallbearers will be Robert Landers, Sr., Ethan O'Brian, Tanner Landers, John Golden, Richard Shelton, Jimmy Wascom, Max Camp, and Geoffrey Story. Honorary Pallbearers are Wyatt, Weston, & Waylon Brecheen and Kyle Melson. MJR Funeral Home, Greensburg, are in charge of arrangements.
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