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Marcia M. Hagan, 73, died May 7, 2022, after a 6-year battle with Alzheimer’s at Pleasant View Nursing Center in Metter, Georgia.

Marcia is predeceased by her parents, Milton and Helen Hagan and brothers Gerald, Richard, and Gregory Hagan.

She is survived by her siblings Camille Owens, Earl Hagan (Beth Barrow), Ross Hagan, Jeff Hagan (Heather Shelton) Mary Ellen Sullivan (John Sullivan) and Sisters-in-law Anne Hagan and Susan Hagan.

Marcia graduated from Savannah High School in 1967 and attended Armstrong State College. Her professional career was spent as a legal secretary for law firms in Savannah and Atlanta. Her last position was as the Deputy Clerk at the U.S. District Court’s Magistrate’s office in Savannah. Marcia had a fine intellect and made friends easily. She was known for her infectious laugh and friendly manner.  She was a true animal lover and was always rescuing the unwanted, neediest, and most hardscrabble mutts that seemed to find her.

We recognize and thank the great staff at Pleasant View Nursing Center where Marcia spent the last six years of her life. Her family is so grateful for their kind and loving care.

There will be a visitation Wednesday, May 11, 2022, from 5-7 p.m. at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The graveside service will be held Thursday, May 12, 2022, at the Catholic Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. to be conducted by the Reverend J. Gerard Schreck.

Remembrances may be made to The Humane Society of Savannah – 7215 Sallie Mood Drive, Savannah, Georgia 31406-3922.


Online Condolences

  1. Kay Wilson & Dan Johnson says:

    Mary Ellen, Dan and I are so sorry for your loss. I know you were a faithful sister who visited her frequently in Metter these last 6 years.

  2. Felix and New Guy says:

    Marcia you gave us so much LOVE .Thank you for rescuing us ,off the streets.❤…..RIP. (Marcia’s dogs)

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  4. Jan Holland Ethridge says:

    Sending condolences to the Hagan family. May she Rest In peace.

  5. Ben Goggins says:

    My condolences to Marcia’s family. She was my boss’s girlfriend when I worked at the Marine Extension Service on Skidaway Island in the late 70s early 80s, and she was always a delight. I loved her laugh.

  6. Lane Kennedy says:

    I taught Marcia at Savannah High School. She was always kind, friendly, and always laughing. She seemed to love life and had many friends. I have not seen Marcia since the 1960’s but she was a beautiful person that you would never forget. So sorry for your loss.
    Sympathy and Love ❤️❤️
    Lane Kennedy

  7. Lisa Reynolds says:

    So sorry for the family loss she is my Aunt Marcia and it had been several years that I had seen her but anytime we so she was always very up beat.
    Love ya your niece Lisa

  8. Vicki McCuen says:

    Marcia was, truly, one of a kind. I had the privilege of traveling with her to Ireland utilizing her “buddy passes”. Somehow we ended up in Spain. That’s another story for another funny time. What a true giver she was…always caring for others. There are not enough words to describe her….funny, humorous, intellectual, very knowledgeable about anything you wanted to discuss, and just a great person to be around. Always living one day at a time! Full of love and laughter. May God take this angel into his heavenly gates and grant her the peace she so deserves. Love to all. Vicki

  9. Mary Cecile Stanley says:

    Mary Ellen, I am so very sorry for your loss. I did not know Marcia but she was obviously a wonderful person. May she Rest In Peace and the Hagan family find comfort in wonderful memories of happier times.

  10. John Broderick says:

    I remember Marcia from way back when at Tots to Teens stables behind Johnny Harris Restaurant. Marcia was “perky” and friendly and had an opinion on just about anything. She was vivacious and fun to be around. I also remember her family. Her brother Richard and I would walk to school together. The Hagan family was a great family and Marcia was one of the best.

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