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Mary Catharine Jaminet was born on April 5, 1920 on a farm near Marcus, to John and Catharine (Ryan) Jaminet. She attended country school near her home and later graduated from Remsen St. Mary's High School.
On Oct. 20, 1942 Mary and Robert C. Hagey were united in marriage at Neosho, Mo. During World War II, Mary worked as "Rosie the Riveter" in Illinois. At the conclusion of the war the couple made their home in Marcus. In early years Mary was a homemaker and stayed at home with her family until they were raised. Later in life she took a position with Cherokee Mental Health. Mary worked there for thirteen years before retiring. Robert passed away on June 21, 2000.
Mary was a member Holy Name Catholic Church, St. Ann's Guild and Catholic Daughters of the Americas. During their retirement years, Mary and Robert spent thirteen winters in Phoenix, Ariz. Most of all, she enjoyed family gatherings and being active in the lives of her children and grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Robert; a son, Steve Hagey; a son-in-law, Rick Froiland; a sister, Rose Schmidt; and brothers, Ray, Harold, Loren, Francis and Ed Jaminet.
Mary will be lovingly remembered by her children, Grant Hagey of Marcus, Diane Froiland of Brookings, S.D. and Debra Ebert and her husband Conrad of Marcus; a daughter-in-law, Debra Hagey of Remsen; seven grandchildren, Holly Raymond and her husband Paul of Chicago, Ill. Mike Hagey of Remsen, Jessica Hagey of Phoenix, Ariz., Justin and Erick Froiland of Brookings, S.D., Danielle and Alex Ebert of Marcus; a great-grandson, Sullivan Raymond of Chicago, Ill.; a sister Florence Lathrum of Mesa, Ariz.; a brother and his wife Robert and Shirley Jaminet of Remsen; and several nieces and nephews.