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In Loving Memory

Jaggie, Alan Mason

December 29, 1937 - April 24, 2024

Age 86, Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Wednesday April 24, 2024. Beloved husband of Mary Ann Jaggie (nee Flotron) for 65 years. Dearest father of Angie (Charlie) Freesmeier, John (Sharon) Jaggie, Joe (Traci) Jaggie and the late Elizabeth “Beth” Jaggie. Loving grandfather of Kristin (Derek) Coleman, Viktor Freesmeier, Jason Jaggie, Camden Jaggie and Connor Jaggie. Great grandfather of Dexter and Etta. Dear brother of the late Doris Lungwitz. Our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, cousin and friend.

Services: Memorial visitation at Mary Mother of the Church (5901 Kerth Rd.) Monday, May 6, from 9:30AM until Funeral Mass at 11AM. Inurnment Mt. Hope Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, masses preferred or memorial contributions to St. Vincent DePaul Society of Mary Mother of the Church.


7 thoughts on “Jaggie, Alan Mason”

  1. Al was a great man that truly loved his family very much. I couldn’t have asked for a better father in law. He will forever be greatly missed.

  2. Angie & Charlie, we were saddened to learn of Alan’s death and we want you to know that you and all Alan’s family and loved ones are in our prayers these days. May he Rest in God’s Good and Everlasting Peace!
    Tom & Cheryl

  3. I was heartbroken when I heard the passing of Al. I’m grateful for spending some special moments with him and his family. He will be missed. May the lord receive his soul and grant him peace.
    Mâ-Jolie and family (Angie’s God daughter).😥

  4. So sorry to hear this and So sorry for your loss…Sending prayers for you and all the family.❤️

  5. I worked as a telecommunications business vendor with Al Jaggie. I enjoyed our business relationship as it developed into a respected partnership of successful projects. Al was a good friend and will be missed by many; family, friends and associates. Go in peace and love.


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