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Mark Allan Hoaglund: In Our Care ~ July 7, 2022

Stewartsville, MO-

Mark Allan Hoaglund was born May 27, 1958 in Sac City, IA., the son of John Lafae and Loretta Ignes (LaRaas) Hoaglund, and passed away
peacefully at his home with his family by his side on July 7, 2022.

Mark attended Sac Community Schools through the 6th grade, graduating from Abraham Lincoln High School in Bloomington, MN. in 1977. Mark joined the Marines in 1977 proudly serving 12 years through 3 tours between Camp Pendleton CA and Camp Lejeune NC as an Antitank Assualtman, Guided Missleman, and Infanty Unit Leader. Advancing to the rank of Staff Sergeant, Mark earned numerous Badges, Medals, and Commendations.  He later went on to work at Western Missouri Correctional Center for 28 years where he retired as a Sergeant in 2020.

On July 22, 1989 Mark and JoNelle (Griffin) Rush were united in marriage in Jacksonville, NC.
Mark was a lifelong Vikings and Hawkeyes fan who would spend hours painting magnetic football figurines for his game. He loved his dogs
Cody and Jake. He loved to fish for hours even if they weren’t biting.  Halloween was his favorite holiday to decorate for. He would cover the whole yard and house in scary decorations. Mark was always
watching an old horror movie or classic in black and white.
He enjoyed spending time teasing the grandkids and calling them out on their crap.

Mark was proceeded in death by his parents and brother, John Hoaglund.

He is survived by his wife, JoNelle of the home; two sisters, LaVon (Ron) Goodrich of Des Moines IA, LaDonna (Carl) Driggins of Lakefield, MN; Sons Lloyd (Cheri) Rush of Dearborn, MO, Paul (Amy) Rush of
Stewartsville, MO, Eric (Debra) Rush of Gower, MO, Tom (Julie) Rush of St Joseph, MO;  Grandchildren, Solomon, Sophia, Gage, Cain, Libby, J.T., Trevor, Brittney, Bree-Onna, Brook-Lynn, Bishop, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be Monday, July 11th from 6-8pm at Turner Family Funeral Home in Stewartsville MO.
Private family internment at a later date.

Memorial Contributions in his honor can be made to: Special Olympics and to the Wounded Warriors in Action.

5 Responses to “Mark Allan Hoaglund: In Our Care ~ July 7, 2022”

  1. Heather Holiman July 10, 2022 at 6:34 pm #

    I’m so sorry Jonelle and all your family!! I really remember Mark all these years right beside us.

    With lots of love and hugs!!!

  2. Jon "Joker" Hasker Combat Vets Association MO 4-8 July 10, 2022 at 10:19 pm #

    I am profoundly saddened. “Hoagie” was a great man. I met him in late 2016 when I moved up here after accepting a promotion at the prison. I came to know him very well. He was a professional in every sense of the word. Great leader and teacher for new staff. I am honored to know him. So sad he just retired a couple of years ago. Rest easy brother…

  3. Hallie O’Dell July 12, 2022 at 9:17 pm #

    I knew Mark as Hougie, he was an awesome supervisor and coworker. He was methodical and soft spoken but was hard lined when dealing with unruly fellows. As a person I figure there was none finer. Didn’t know a lot about his home life. He kinda kept that to himself. I was so happy to see him retire and absolutely shocked when I heard of his passing. May God bring comfort to his family and all those he knew. R.I.P. brother

  4. Craig Cook July 13, 2022 at 5:31 pm #

    I had the honor, and pleasure, of working with him at WMCC. Always fair, always available to talk with. He left DOC just before I did. His non-presence was felt then. It will be felt more so now.
    As this clown would say — Til we bump noses, and we will again…in time…

  5. Throck July 13, 2022 at 8:22 pm #

    I am so sorry for your loss. I have had the pleasure of knowing Mark since 2011 when I started working at WMCC. He was a great man always willing to help anyone.
    He was always willing to teach anyone that would listen. I never seen him ever lose his patience on the most trying times while working with him. He is greatly missed since he retired and even more missed now. I am fortunate to have worked with him and made a friend. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

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