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Condolences for Marjorie A. "Margi" (Nuttelman) Hagel


When mom told me that Margi had passed, the first thought I had was actually of a picture....where I was a little girl standing in a huge tractor tire. Although I don't remember much from visiting the farm when I was little, I will always remember that Margi was always so fun and lively. She will be greatly missed but luckily the memories of her will remain. I hope she is enjoying her time now with Kenny and my grandparents.
From Carrie Morrell (Mueller)

Jim, Gary and family, You have our deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother. We have some great memories of your mother through the years and when we were all younger. She would always have some awesome stories to share. Parties on the farm and her support for her two boys though all your adventures. We can totally relate to the excitement you both brought to her. May you hold all these memories dear to your heart as they will keep you strong. We are here for you guys. Cordell and Marlene
From Cordell and Marlene

Jim & Gary, So sorry to hear of Margi's passing. She was a great lady to work with at Housing Data Specialist. She was a hard worker and a spunky gal! Also a wonderful mentor at work. I have thought of her alot over these past years. One time when we stopped at her home on the farm, she gave us lilac bush starters. They are still going strong in our backyard. I'm sure she is in a better place, because she wouldn't want to have lived a life not being able to do the things as she used to do. Our sympathies and prayers.
From Ted & Mary Ann Duncan

I was very saddened to read of Margi's passing. I have fond memories of working on the farm with both Marg and Ken when I was in high school. I will keep those memories close to my heart. I wish that I could make it to the service, unfortunenately I can not. I will have to make my visitation to honor Margi at a later date. Our family's thoughts are with you in this time of loss. God bless...
From Allan Lieder