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Rodney Hagan

In Memory of SSG Rodney Aaron Hagan

July 21, 1987 – October 22, 2019

3-393rd Brigade Engineer Battalion, 120 Infantry Brigade

Fort Hood, TX (Active Duty)

Rodney was born on July 21, 1987 in Guthrie, Oklahoma to Don Hagan and Angie McBride. He joined the United States Army in 2006. While living in New York, Rodney was deployed to Iraq for 15 months and served one year in Korea. He was an avid baseball, hunting, OU Football, and Astros fan. He was very competitive and enjoyed fireworks and while in school, he excelled in Math. Rodney loved his family and touched many lives with his humor and generosity.  

He is survived by his parents, Angie McBride, of Brooklet, GA;  and Don and Lisa Hagan, of Duncan, OK; his wife, Brianna Hagan; his sons, Jayden and Landon Hagan; his siblings and their spouses, Jason and Sarah McBride, Ryan Moreno, Robert and Amanda McBride, Courtney and Eric Bowen, Heather and Danny Freeman, Alex Rice, Robbi and Dalton Matthews, Ty Hagan, Brandy Moreno, and Logan Moreno; and numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other loving family members and friends.  

He is preceded in death by his step dad, Robert McBride; his step mom, Carla Hagan; and his daughters, McKinley and Emma. 

Love you forever. Love you for always. As long as I’m living, my baby you’ll be.     

Mr. Hagan passed away on October 22, 2019 in Killeen, Texas. 

Rodney served 13 years in the Army with a 15 month tour in Iraq and 1 year tour in Korea.

His awards and decorations include three Army Commendation Medals, six Army Achievement Medals, four Army Good Conduct Medals, National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, three Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbons, Army Service Ribbon, two Overseas Service Ribbons and Marine Qualification Badge Expert-Rifle.

States he called home: 

Oklahoma and New York (personal) and Texas, Missouri and Louisiana (military)

Buried with full military honors: Fort Sill National Cemetery, Elgin, Oklahoma

Hagan Rodney USA