Anne Marie Hagreen

Anne Marie Hagreen

Anne Marie Hagreen

July 14, 1931 – July 7, 2008

Anne Marie Hagreen, of Carnation, WA died in Issaquah, WA on Monday, July 7, 2008. She was 76 years old.Mrs. Hagreen was born on July 14, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of Bill and Ann Geegan. She was raised in Chicago, attended St. Adrian’s Grammar School and graduated from Visitation High School. She also attended the University of Maryland. On December 30, 1950 Anne Marie married now Col Frederick H. Hagreen Sr. U. S. Army (retired) and together they embarked on world travel during her husband’s army career living in 3 foreign countries and 8 different states. She moved to Carnation WA in 1990 and at the time of her passing was married to Fred for 58 years.Throughout her life, Mrs. Hagreen was a vivacious, fun-loving, deeply devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. As a devout Catholic possessing a true servant’s heart, she always put her faith and others needs ahead of her own. Anne’s interests included ceramics, cake baking & decorating, needlepoint and her hospitality was extraordinary.Survivors include her sons, Frederick H. Hagreen II of Covington, WA, Mark W. Hagreen of Carnation, WA, Laurel Anne Demary of Welsh, Louisiana; sister Betty A. Kenney, of Sun City Arizona.; Brother Bill J. Geegan, of Hometown, Illinois and 13 grandchildren: Shauna, Eric, Brett, Benjamin, Ryan, Dylan, Tim, Gregory, Annabeth, David, Eileen (deceased), Joseph and Isabel. A funeral mass was held at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, 31911 E. Blanche St., Carnation, WA 98014 on Monday July 14, 2008, along with a committal service at Tahoma National Cemetery, 18600 SE 240th St., Kent, WA 98042. Please visit the web site or contact Flintoft’s Issaquah Funeral Home at 1-(425)-392-6444 for location.The family suggests remembrances be sent c/o Flintoft’s Funeral Home at address above.Friends and family are invited to share memories and sign the family’s on-line guest book at

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