Ida Henryetta Hagman of Braintree, 91, fell asleep in the Lord on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 surrounded by her children and grandchildren. She was the beloved wife of the late Andrew Edward Hagman of Braintree. She was the beloved daughter of Francis Perry Faulkner, and his wife Zella Agnes (Winchester) Faulkner.
She will be missed greatly by her family and many friends. A smart, generous, loving person, she kept her sense of humor and interest in people to the end. She was also spiritual person and longtime member of the Quincy Ecclesia of the Christadelphians. Her faith in Jesus Christ was her source of strength and comfort all of her life.
She was a Braintree resident since 1953 after marrying in Little Rock, AR. She was the wife of the late Andrew Edward Hagman of Braintree MA to whom she was married for 59 years. She was the devoted and loving mother of Linda Gail Sweeney and her husband Colin of Lowell, Donald Richard Hagman and his wife Janice of East Bridgewater, Thomas Edward Hagman of Dracut and Janet Robitaille , James Robert Hagman of Stoughton, and Stephen Francis Hagman of Braintree. She was the loving grandmother of Sarah J. Hagman, Eric M. Hagman and Julia M. Hagman raised in East Bridgewater, MA and Samuel T. Hagman raised in Dracut, MA.
Henryetta was also the beloved daughter of Francis Perry Faulkner and Zella Agnes (Winchester) Faulkner and beloved sister of the late Mary (Faulkner) Brust and Perry Stephen Faulkner and his wife Alice, and Horace Norman Faulkner and his wife Willita, and all of their children, Henryetta's many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Born in Alton Missouri, she graduated with honors from Lonoke High School in Lonoke Arkansas. She was worked as an Executive Assistant for several company presidents until she became a mother. She raised 5 children in Braintree Massachusetts. When her children were older she worked in a number of administrative, accounting and managerial positions in Braintree and Boston. She retired from Campenelli Industries in 1993.
Visiting hours will be at the Mortimer N. Peck-Russell Peck Funeral Home 516 Washington St., Braintree on Monday, March 11th 2019 from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. The Burial will be on Tuesday.
Mom and Dad were always helping people. In lieu of flowers, you may donate to the Salvation Army (There are many ways to give including volunteering to help The Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Center by providing food items obtained from Panera Bread.) To donate to the Salvation Army program in your area see the link below. Thank you.
Charitable donations may be made to https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/ways-to-give/