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Born:
20-Jun-1946
Place of Birth:
Wichita Falls, Texas
Death:
1-Jan-2017
Place of Death:
Skiatook, Oklahoma
Occupation:
Graphic Artist
20-Jun-1946
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1-Jan-2017
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Barbara Elaine Hager

Barbara E. Hager, age 70, of Skiatook, Oklahoma passed away January 1, 2017 at her home. She was born June 20, 1946 in Wichita Falls, Texas.

For many years Barbara was an art dircetor for the NFL and for the past 20 plus years was a graphic artist for JeanMarie Creations. She served as a recreational program director with US Army Special Services.

She is preceded in death by her adoptive mother: Beatrice (Burris) Hager; adoptive father: J. B. Hager and biological mother Velma Ruth Hager.

Barbara is survived by her sisters and brothers: Donna Enos of Wichita Falls, Texas; Carl Henry of Henrietta, Texas; Harley Hager of Odessa, Texas; Rebbecca Brockman of Beaver, Arkansas; Martha Coben of Atoka, Oklahoma; Geneva Arnold of Highlandville, Missouri and Vickie Stilwell of Rowlett, Texas along with many loving nieces and nephews with honorable mention of Kevin and Laura Hager who attended her continuously along with her best friend, Martha Riley and long time companion, Pam Rodolph.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the Humane Society. http://www.humanesociety.org/

Service Information

Time: 14-Jan-2017 11:00 a.m.
Location: Cremation Society Chapel
Address: 2103 East Third Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104

Condolences

Nancy Coselman
You and your spirit will be missed more than you know! May you sail among the clouds. Try to stay out of trouble with Hooper up there. Love you Barb.
Barbara Gehrke
I worked with Tex at the NFL in Los Angeles and we had many good times in that community - several Super Bowls and NFL parties. I was also good friends with her outside of work - she was a real pistol and such a great person to have in my life. We kept in touch after she moved to Skiatook. Her passing is a shock... and a real loss of a wonderful friend. My heart goes out to all who knew her.