Lawrence M. Hagen

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Lawrence M. Hagen (April 4, 1904 – June 8, 1992) was a politician in the State of Wisconsin.

Biography[edit]

Hagen was born in Black River Falls, Wisconsin.[1] In 1926, he was married to Inez McLaughlin (1906-1973). In 1974, Lawrence Hagen married Hazel Florence Sanderson (1902-1996). Lawrence Hagen died in Superior, Wisconsin.

Career[edit]

Hagen was employed as a machinist and railroad worker. Hagen served as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from Douglas County 2nd District ( 1953 to 1958). Hagen also served on the Superior Common Council. Aside from politics, he worked as a machinist and a railroad worker.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Database
  2. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1958,' Biographical Sketch of Lawrence M. Hagen, pg. 40