Cathy Park Hagen, formerly of Troy, 67, Humptulips, Washington, passed away at Grey’s Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen, Washington, May 24, 2020. Because of the coronavirus, a visitation and small service was held in Aberdeen May 27.
She was born in Missoula July 26, 1952, the daughter of Elmer J. Park and the late Marie Neisess Park.
Cathy attended schools in California and Idaho. She graduated from West Jefferson High School and also received her Cosmetology License from Excelsis Beauty College in Idaho Falls.
Cathy was married to the late Rob Sermon. They were later divorced. She was also married to Scott Hagen, which marriage also ended in divorce but resulted in her two sons, Skyler and Kincade who she loved and adored.
Cathy had worked in West Yellowstone, Montana, lived in Powell, Wyoming, and Troy before settling down in Dubois, Idaho, where she ran the Sage Bar and Lounge with Rob Sermon.
She also started a successful hair salon business out of her home. Later Cathy worked at State Hospital South in Blackfoot, Idaho, before moving to Boise, then eventually Humptulips, where she worked in the home care field and volunteered at RSVP and the food bank, which she loved doing.
Cathy enjoyed playing pool, reading, crocheting, camping and going to the beach with her boys. She loved cats and ceramic roosters, playing games and watching movies. Cathy loved the color purple and anything tie-dyed.
She loved her family and friends, but mainly her two sons who were her life. Cathy was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all.
May you rest in peace dear daughter, sister, mother and friend.
Cathy is survived by her two sons, Skyler and Kincade Hagen, both of Aberdeen, her dad and his wife, Elmer and Merlene Park, Rigby, Idaho, and sisters Jeannette (Frank) Wilding, Gilbert, Arizona, and Sandy (Jeff) Hansen of Rigby.
She was preceded in death by her loving mother, Marie Park, and her grandparents, Joseph Henry and Sophie Marie Neisess, and Lewis Frank and Myrtle Lee Park; and many aunts and uncles.
As Cathy requested, her ashes were spread at beautiful Lake Quinault in upper Washington.