Arthur Lee Hagan 69 of Stone Mountain GA passed on Wednesday April 24th surrounded by his family and close friends. He spent his life traveling across the world enriching the lives of everyone he met. Art was a husband, brother, father, grandfather and a strong close friend. His stories will stay with those who were fortunate enough to know him for generations to come. He is survived by his wife, Missy, children - Kirk, Sheri, Shayne, Catherine, brother- Glen, 8 grandchildren, various grandchildren by proxy, and brother by choice Claude along with many other close extended family and friends. A man of deep caring and concern for the people close to him, he was truly loved and admired by one and all.

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  1. Dear Missy, I was sorry to hear of Art’s passing. I remember how much energy you all put into your Red Cross volunteer work…it was a pleasure to know you both. Sending love and good thoughts to you and your family.

  2. My uncle was a good man and i am a better person for having know and grew up around him . He will be missed by many and the world is a darker place without him .Thank you for the life lessons uncle hope you are in a good place I know it’s better place for having you in it love you .

  3. Art is missed and mourned by a loving mother Lois Bishop,I will miss our Sunday phone call.Art is a loving son who overcame all to return the love his mother gave.

  4. So very thankful that my last time with Art is laughing at our bad singing with us as Ken and I and Mom and Kevin and Jet and Heather and Bob and William sang to and wished him happy birthday april 11th.Yelling out we love you and he loved us right back happy.It was hard for Art to say that I love you out loud in public or on the phone. When I told him it hurt not to have it returned.He tried to use the men don’t say I love you in public excuse then said Aw heck I love you of course I do,so there I said it I love you I cried and said I love you back and he always said it after that.It’s the little things that make life such a great experience.Death is not the end as long as you are remembered.I love you Art Hagan til we meet again.love Sis,Ken & family.

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