Nathan Scott Hagen

1981 - 2020


HAGEN - Nathan "Nate" Scott Hagen, otherwise known as "Cosmo" age 38, returned to be with the Lord Friday, May 1, 2020. He was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Albert Hagen Sr., Richard S. King Sr; grandparents, Marella and Ray Mead; foster grandfather, Calvin Blystra; uncle, Mike Weimer Sr; cousin, Kristi Rice. Nathan is survived by his mother, Dawn D. Hagen; father, Leroy S. Hagen; grandmother, Grace Hagen; aunts and uncles, Wendy (Rob) Heuvelhorst, Butch (Terri) Hagen, Lori...

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joe pido

July 8, 2020 12:18 PM

I rememeber when you heard i was lost out in a rain storm with a scooter and you decided to come find me. You found me struggling to push the scooter up a hill in what was 1 of the biggest downpour of rain ive ever seen at that time. I knew then you were a great friend. we then went on to have such a great day driving to grandhaven where the sun came out and we hung out on the dunes with chris and joe. ill miss you Nate. Always a great friend and ill never forgetit. love ya and fly high my dude.

amanda herrington

July 7, 2020 5:07 PM

I will never forget you my friend. You were amazing person and friend. We had so many fun times together I wish we had more time. My prayers are with your family and friends. Rest In Peace until I see you again.

Joe Bos

June 30, 2020 10:13 AM

The frist time we meet. > Nate lol his backpack FULL of light's. At Friday night Bass lights and he loved light's as much a I do. living with your glass1/2 full . I will try & will ever forget well keep bender close to my heart. sorry my friend RIP

Leroy Hagen

May 31, 2020 11:46 AM

Thanks Dave! I still have the pictures.

Dave McCarty

May 30, 2020 12:45 AM

When Shane was driving the moped around the yard on Boyd St., and Nate was riding in a snow sled made of plastic, I laughed hard that day. Nate was all about having fun. I will miss him.

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