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Harry Joseph Hagler

Harry Joseph Hagler

Harry Joseph Hagler, age 81, passed away of natural causes on Wednesday, November 19 th , 2014.  He was born in Huron, Montana, May 21 st , 1933 to Jesse Ray Hagler and Agnes Rose (Moynahan) Hagler; they moved to Idaho in 1937.

Harry graduated from Caldwell High School in 1951 where he boxed and played football during his four years.  After graduation, Harry moved to Clarks Fork, Idaho to work on the Cabinet Gorge Dam, where he fell one day on his way to lunch, breaking his knee.  Harry was in the Navy from 1952 to 1956.  He was stationed on ships for most of his career and spent much of his time in foreign countries while enlisted.  After the Navy he spent some time in Idaho, then left for California where he was a car salesman and met his first wife, Caroline (Bistany) of New York.  After she passed away in 1966, he moved back to Idaho and continued his work with cars.  He married Jeryl Dean (Moore) of Caldwell, ID in 1988; she passed away in 2000.  Harry lived his remaining years at the Idaho State Veterans Home, where he was treated like family by the staff.  His family would like to extend their gratitude for the kindness they showed him.

Harry was preceded in death by his Dad and Mother; nephew, Patrick Joseph Miller; and brother, Charles Robert Hagler.  He is survived by three sisters and two brothers, Jennie Weir, Victorville, CA; Nancy Morrow, Boise, ID; and Mary Jo Sharp (Bob), Nampa, ID; Alvin (Gayle) Hagler, Meridian, ID; and Tom (Martha) Hagler, Davis, CA.  Harry is also survived by 18 nieces and nephews and many additional generations of nieces and nephews.


A graveside service will be held at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery on December 2 nd , 2014 at 10:00 a.m.
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