Richard T. Hagan

1933 – 2009

WINDSOR — Richard “Dick” Taylor Hagan, 76, died Friday, July 3, after a long illness at his home in Windsor with his family by his side.

Dick was born on Feb. 19, 1933, to Evelyn Taylor Hagan and Thomas Martin Hagan.

He grew up in the Auburn/Hebron area, attended Edward Little High School and Hebron Academy, and attended Maine Maritime Academy.

He worked for the state of Maine, Department of Labor, and supervisor of Migrant Labor Certification and the Maine Job Bank computer system. He was also heavily involved in the community. He was a 30-year member of the Whitefield Lions Club, and presented the Melvin Jones award. He coordinated the Annual Model Rail Road and Doll House Show at the Augusta Armory for 20 years.

He was also an active 32nd degree Mason, a lifetime member of the Riverside Lodge 135 of Jefferson, Ancient Brothers Lodge 178 of Auburn, Bradford Chapter 9, Dunlap Chapter 8, Pine Cone Council 31, and Valley of Portland Consistory; Past Officers Association 1, Lewiston Commandary 6, Eusebius Conclave 3, Red Cross of Constantine, Maine Lodge of Research, Pine Tree Priory 65 York Knight Cross of Honor, Valley of the Androscoggin, Dirigo College 103, Lake View Chapter 179 Order of Eastern Star; High Twelve Mid Coast Masonic Club 738, Rockport, and Life member of the Keystone Royal Arch Lodge 24, Rockport, Past District Deputy for Masonic District 7, Member of Scottish Rights in Auburn and Past High Priest of Scottish Rights.

He was also a member of the Windsor Historical Society and enjoyed talking with visitors at the museum during the Windsor Fair each year. He had been active in the town of Windsor politics, and had served on the Windsor Budget Committee, Planning Board and Board of Selectmen.

He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Barbara Dodge Hagan; his beloved Siamese cat “Koko;” and many, many fraternal friends.

He was predeceased by his parents.

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