It was 1946 in a small village outside Zurich, Switzerland. A Swiss Champion was born. Johann "Hans" Hagmann would go on regale his daughters with the stories of his youth, before he moved to the United States and began a long and fruitful career in logistics with Bosch in Charleston, SC.
Hans was a sarcastic jokester with a fantastic sense of humor, kind heart and a passion for figuring out how things work. He loved any kind of music, fished and canoed every now and then, watercolor painting, photography, and loved every dog he came across and they loved him too. Food was his passion and he loved making his own recipes in the kitchen often. He was a member of KUMC and had fond memories and treasured friends from St. Paul UMC in St. Matthews, SC.
He is survived by his wife, Maxine Christopher Hagmann, daughters Kimberly (Lacey) Armstrong and Laura (Luis) Juarez, stepbrother Fredy Von Moos, grandchildren Leslie (Aubrey) Gibson, Hannah Fowler, Jordan Fowler, as well as his great grandchildren Matthew, Dre and Eli, and many dear friends and relatives. He is preceded in death by his mother, Maria Hegglin-Von Moos, stepfather, Hubert Von Moos and second wife, Lynn High Hagmann.
Services will be held at Knighstville United Methodist Church in Summerville, SC with Pastor Robert Harper officiating on Saturday morning, December 19th, 2020 at 11:00am.
The family thanks Parks Funeral Home for their services and help during this time. CDC guidelines for the COVID-19 virus and social distancing will be followed during the service. All the attendees are required to wear masks.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Knightsville United Methodist Church or an animal charity of your choice.
Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home, 130 W. 1st North Street, Summerville, SC 29483. www.parksfuneralhome.com
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