Henry Hagey

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Henry Louis "Lou" Hagey,QC (1907–March 12, 1967) was a lawyer and Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario for a single term from his 1937 election until 1943.

Hagey was educated at Brantford Collegiate Institute and obtained a degree from Waterloo College in 1929. He attended Osgoode Hall and was called to the bar in 1932. Hagey served as past master of Doric Lodge, AF and AM, 32nd degree Scottish Rite. He died in Brantford.

Hagey's cousin, Gerry Hagey, founded the University of Waterloo.

Hagey was the great-grandson of Mennonite Bishop Joseph B. Hagey.

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