Obituary : John Louis Hagadone

John L. Hagadone, a Sandpoint area resident since 1919, died at his home Saturday evening, Oct. 1. He was 68. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Moon Chapel, with Chuck Wigton officiating. Mr. Hagadone was born in Culbertson, Mont., on June 18, 1915, and after moving to Sandpoint attended local schools. He drove truck for Silver Loaf Bakery for many years and operated Sandpoint Furniture for 28 years, until his retirement in 1973. He married (Private) on Nov. 23, 1939, in Coeur d'Alene. He was a 45-year member of the B.P.O.E. No. 1376 and was active in many community affairs. He was an avid sportsman. Mr. Hagadone is survived by his wife, (Private), in Sandpoint; (Private); seven grandchildren; two sisters, Ada Phillips and Linda Culley, both of Sandpoint; and two brothers, Wilbur and Wayne Hagadone, both of Sandpoint. Memorials may be made to the Elks Rehabilitation Center in Boise; or Bonner General Hospital Education Fund, c/o Bonner General Hospital, Sandpoint. Service for John L. Hagadone, 68, a retired Sandpoint businessman, will be held at 10:30 a.m. at the Moon Chapel in Sandpoint. Cremation will follow with Coffelt Funeral Service in charge of arrangements. Mr. Hagadone died Saturday at his Sandpoint home. Born in Culbertson, Mont., he came to the Sandpoint area with his parents, George and Lulu Hagadone, in 1919. He had owned and operated the Sandpoint Furniture Store 28 years before retiring in 1973. Mr. Hagadone had been active in many civic affairs in Sandpoint and was an avid sportsman. Survivors include his wife, (Private), at the home; (Private); two sisters, Ada Phillips and Linda Culley, both of Sandpoint; two brothers, Wilbur and Wayne Hagadone, both of Sandpoint; and seven grandchildren.
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