Linda (Lynn) Rogers-Hagan

ROGERS-HAGAN, Linda (Lynn) Lee. Passed away peacefully on Monday Sept 19th 2016 at the CKHA Chatham campus after a short battle with cancer at the age of 66. Lynn is survived by her sons Mark (Lisa) and Scott (Julie) and grandchildren Brendan, Hailey, Evan and Nathan. She is also survived by her husband Bill Hagan and his sons Pat (Lynn) and Rob (Sherri) and their children. Lynn was predeceased by her parents Ted (2006) and Beatrice (2013). Lynn married her husband Bill on Sept 10th 2016 in a beautiful ceremony at the CKHA organized by her wonderful and caring nursing staff on the 4th floor. She was surrounded by her family and friends in her beautifully decorated room. Battling her illness did not dampen her spirit or her love for her family and friends. She enjoyed the many visits and messages and greeted everyone with a big hug. She never let someone leave without telling them she loved them. “I love you all” became her catch phrase. Many special thanks to the 4th floor medicine staff and doctors at the CKHA for their overwhelming support and care for Lynn. They made sure that she had everything she needed and that she was comfortable. She appreciated everything that was done for her. As per her wishes a gathering will take place from 10 – 11 am followed by a memorial service on Saturday October 1, 2016 at Blenheim Baptist Church. Pastor Bill Terris officiating. Private family interment at a later date. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Chatham Kent Hospice. Arrangements entrusted to Life Transitions Burial and Cremation Services Inc. 519-351-4444

7 Comments on “Linda (Lynn) Rogers-Hagan”

  1. Keeping you close in heart and prayer for the loss of your beloved mother, grandma, friend and wife.

  2. To the Lynn’s family and friends
    Sorry to hear about Lynn’s passing. Her smile will live in her grandchildren’s eyes
    Sending positive thought and prayers to all

    Sue & Tim

  3. My condolences to Bill, Mark and Scott and family. Lynn was greatly admired and loved. She lived her life with grace and dignity and faced her death with faith and courage. I was so fortunate that she and her Mom, Bea connected with me through the years even after I left Chatham and most recently last fall when she and Bill came to visit. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sandra

  4. Sending my thoughts and sympathies to her husband, children and grandchildren. She was a great lady. Her parents were friends of my mother Joyce. After we both lost our mothers, I am glad that Lynn and I become friends, as I am sure it pleased our mothers that we were friends. She was very proud of her family and her parents were very proud of her as well. I am glad that we were able to keep a connection after our mothers passed. Her and her family will never be forgotten.

  5. Mark , Scott Pat, Rob and families. I am so sorry to hear about your mom I had no idea this was going on in your lives as friends sometimes lose touch…thinking about you at this difficult time

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