He was killed over seas during World War II
His father: Clarence Hagen
Mother: Mary (Jensen) Hagen-Liehold
Another Local Boy Killed In Action
P.F.C. Clarence LeRoy Hagen Meets Death In South Pacific
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Hagen, 715 South Newton Ave. have received one of those
"Regret to Inform You.."
Telegrams from the war department announcing the death of their son Pfc. Clarence LeRoy Hagen, who was killed in action somehere in the south Pacific.
Clarence was 20 years of age. he was born on Newton Ave. and was a student at Ramsey school before he went to Chicago where he graduated from high school.
Besides his parents, he leaves two brothers, Palmer and Chester bot of Chicago.
Albert Lea Evening Tribune
July 17, 1944
Per Chicago Tribune (Chicago IL) Friday, February 4, 1949, page 31:
HAGEN - Pfc. Clarence Leroy Hagen, U.S.M.C., killed at Saipan. Resting at Strang chapel, Grays Lake, Ill., until services Saturday, at 2 p.m., from Round Lake Community church. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Leinhold, two brothers, Palmer and Chester. Interment at Fort Hill cemetery.
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