Jacqueline M. Barren Hageman, 78, formally of Grafton, Massachusetts, and a resident of Daphne, Alabama, passed away on November 6, 2022, from heart failure.
Jackie is preceded in death by her husband, David L. Hageman and one grandson, Dennis L. Hageman. She leaves behind two daughters, Christina Pontbriand and her husband, Barry, of Daphne, AL and Maria McVey and her husband, Jay, of Golden, CO; two granddaughters, Alex and Alta; and grandson, Colin. She also leaves three sisters and two brothers, Joan Byrnes of Palm Beach, FL, Judy Guill of McClenny, FL, Jane Shaffer of Orange Park, FL, Bob and Billy Barren of Jacksonville, FL; along with many nieces, nephews and other family members.
Jackie was born in Eureka, Missouri of June 28, 1944 to Ben and Lila Barren. She spent most of her youth in Florida and graduated from Bishop Kenny School then moved to Grafton, Massachusetts, where she raised her children. Later retiring to McClenny, Florida where she lived next door to her sister, Judy and her husband, Carl.
Jackie was a dedicated employee for 38 years at Insurance Marketing Agency (IMA) in Worcester, Massachusetts where she rose from a bookkeeper to VP of Administration. She was an avid bowler and spent many years participating in the National Championship tournaments. Above all she was a dedicated wife, mother and grandmother and her family will miss her dedication and unconditional love.
A private service was held for her on November 12, 2022 in Daphne, Alabama with her children and grandchildren. Her ashes, per her request, will be scattered at the convenience of her family.
Expressions of condolence for the family may be made at www.hughesfh.com. Hughes Funeral Home, 26209 Pollard Road, Daphne, AL, is assisting the family.
I truly was blessed having a sister in law like Jackie. She was always welcoming and pleasant and positive! Hard working and independent woman down to her last days. Unfortunately we didn’t visit together as much as we could have. But I did enjoy it when we were together. Good sister, mother, grandmother and daughter. Glad she’s no longer in pain and has her heavenly family with her. Love, Dora