We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Coffee County Funeral Chapel
George Charles Hagedorn, age 71, of Manchester, Tennessee, passed away from a brief illness, at Harton Regional Medical Center, on Sunday, December 12, 2021.
Born in Compton, California on January 19, 1950, to the late Enrique and Theodora Hagedorn, George devoted his life to being a loving son, brother, husband, father and grandfather. He was a four-year United States Army Veteran, serving as a Military Policeman in Germany during the Vietnam War, and a thirty- eight year retired United States Postal Service employee. George enjoyed playing pickle ball and racquetball in his spare time and had always been a “Hot Rod”enthusiast. The family patriarch and best friend to his family and friends, always willing to help, George will forever be missed.
Other than his parents, he is preceded in death by three brothers, Joe Hagedorn, Fred Hagedorn and Bob Hagedorn and one son in law, Monty Aldrup.
Survivors include his loving wife of forty-seven years, Marty Hagedorn; two sons, Eric (Deborah) Hagedorn and Ryan (Alexa) Hagedorn; one daughter, Trisha (Paul Teague) Aldrup; two brothers, Henry (Luz) Hagedorn and Bill (Fe) Hagedorn; one sister, Gloria (“Manny”) Sison and seven grandchildren, Mason, Michael, Lily, Lexy, James, Jacob and Roman.
No services are scheduled at this time, however the family plans to hold a private celebration of life service in the near future.
Coffee County Funeral Chapel is honored to assist the family with the arrangements.
You may sign the online guestbook at www.coffeecountyfuneralchapel.com.