Albert Lee Hagans Jr., 69, was born on Nov. 10, 1947, in Middlesex, N.C., to the late Albert Hagans Sr., and Margie M. Hagans. With his wife by his bedside, he passed away and peacefully entered into eternal rest on April 12, 2017, at his home in Frankford, Del.
Also known as “Al” or “Daddy H,” he obtained his education at William C. Jason High School in Georgetown, Del. Hagans had worked several professions throughout the course of his life, but construction was what he knew best. He drove trucks for Jarmon’s Construction, Jim Swan Construction and Mountaire in Selbyville, Del.
Hagans had a passion for riding bikes (motorcycles). This passion led him to join one of the local bike clubs known as the Black Knights. He was one of the first original 18 club members. One of Hagans’ favorite pastime was going out on his boat and fishing.
He is preceded in death by his father, Albert Hagans Sr.; his brother, Richard Hagans; a grandson, Ondera “O.J.” Johnson Jr.; one nephew, Sylvester A. Briddell Jr.; one great-nephew, Elijah L. Foreman Jr.; and one great-niece Moniah Briddell.
He leaves to mourn with fond and loving memories, his wife, Margaret Hagans; mother, Margie M. Hagans of Selbyville; four daughters, Alberta Wolford and husband, Dwayne, of Seaford, Del., Tammy Maddox and husband, George, of Lansdale, Pa., Ashley Taylor and her friend, Branden, of Frankford, Del., and Angelica Locklear and husband, Justin, of Holly Ridge, N.C.; two sons, Albert Hagans III of Millsboro, Del., and Timothy Hagans and wife, Sonya, of Camden-Wyoming, Del.; four brothers, Moses Hagans of Selbyville, Robbie Hagans and wife, Vanessa of Georgetown, Del., Donnie Hagans of Selbyville and Jackie Hagans and wife, Lisa, of Selbyville; and two sisters, Marjorie James and husband, Leonard, of Selbyville and Ruby Briddell and husband, Sylvester, of Selbyville; seven grandchildren, Alana, DaShanna, Martez, Tiara, Timothy Jr., Kamyle and Alise; ten great-grandchildren, Jamiriah, Anala, Zariyah, Adrian, Julian, Ijanae, Jaevyon, Jahzion, Ava, and Carter; his favorite sister-in-law, Elizabeth Smith; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Family and friends may call for viewing and visitation Saturday, April 22, 2017, at 12 p.m. at Calvary Pentecostal Church, 113 North Worcester Highway, Bishopville, Md. The celebration of life service will begin at 1 p.m. Interment will be at the Zoar Golden Acres Cemetery, Bishopville, Md. Pastor Sylvester Briddell will officiate.
Condolences may be sent online at watsonfh.com.