Richard (Dick) Paul Hagan age 78, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas passed away on Wednesday, March 8, 2023. He was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas on April 15, 1944.
Dick was raised and lived in Pine Bluff, Arkansas all his life. He completed his education at Watson Chapel Schools. He rode bulls for more than 30 years and was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was of the Baptist Faith. Dick married Carol Hoover Hagan on January 17, 1997. He worked for the Pine Bluff Arsenal and Cotton Belt Railroad.
Dick was Preceded in death by his father, Paul Hagan and mother Lillian Snell Hagan and a sister Katy Hagan.
He is survived by his loving wife Carol Hagan, two sons; Scott (Laura) Hagan, Mike (Dallas) Phillips, a brother Robert (Priscilla) Hagan, a sister Barbara (Richard) Rankin, seven grandchildren and 1 great grandson as well as other extended family and friends.
A Family hosted Celebration of Life Service will be held at 2 pm on Tuesday, March 14, 2023 at his son Mike Phillips home located at 3207 Holiday Drive, “Island Harbor Estates” Pine Bluff, Arkansas, 71602. Service officiated by Brother Steve Monk
Cremation arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service & Crematory, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400. Wendy’s online guestbook is available at www.anaturalstatefuneralservice.com
Sorry for your loss. Praying for you, Carol, and the family. He’ll surely be missed.
Dick and I were friend’s for many years. We railroaded together as well as hunting and fishing together. It was with a heavy heart that I learned of Dick’s passing. My sincere condolences and prayers for Carol, Robert, Scott and family! God’s Speed Dick.
Back in the 60and 70s we spent lots of time together. I pulled his rope on lot’s of those bulls he rode. Just a fun person to be around. In our days we didn’t have sell phones we had horses boots and spurs.. most of all we made friends that has lasted a lifetime. I will be praying for you all. He will be missed by many. So long brother.
My husband “Redeye” worked with Dick on the railroad. I later met him in the mid 70’s. We had a lot of good times together. In the summer, we would go to the AR river. I was amazed the first time I saw Dick bare footing! We also went camping often. Our condolences to the family. So long Dick.
Carol I’m so sorry about Dick , Believe me I No how you feel, I lost my wife two weeks ago .
My condolences to all. You will be in my thoughts and prayers in the days and weeks to come.