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Freddy Hyland Gagon Jr

01/02/1946 - 12/26/2023
Service Date: 01/06/2024
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 2549 N 32nd St, Mesa, AZ 85213
Interment: Mountain View Cemetery

 

Freddy Hyland Gagon Jr, age 78, of Mesa, Arizona, passed away on December 26, 2023 after a long and courageous battle with mantel cell lymphoma.

Freddy was born on January 2, 1946 to Marie Evans Gagon and Freddy Hyland Gagon in Phoenix, Arizona.

After Freddy graduated Phoenix Union High School in 1965, he honorably served in the army reserves. After his time in the reserves he dedicated 2 years of his life to serve the Lord on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Porto Alegre, Brazil. After his mission he studied physical therapy at Brigham Young University on a full ride scholarship for gymnastics.

Freddy had many talents in the business world and as an entrepreneur he facilitated and developed many innovative companies that created great success for him and his family. He loved going to garage sales and throwing fun parties. He loved traveling to Brazil and other countries and going on cruises.

He is survived by sisters Patti Miner and Sharon Gagon and wife Margareth Gagon and 4 children and 12 grand children.

 

Services will be held January 6, 2024 at 10 am at the LDS Stake Center 2549 North 32nd Street, Mesa, Arizona 85213.

For those unable to attend the service, you will be able to view it using this link: Join our Cloud HD Video Meeting

 

Arrangements by Bunker’s University Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.

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  • Gordon and Susan Porter

    Fred was an outstanding Latter-day Saint! His cheerful personality was well demonstrated during many priesthood meetings as he presented “Guess who this is?” short background information about one of the member brothers! They were packed with unknown facts and always ended with, “this is his favorite breakfast cereal! Every other sentence was highlighted with his marvelous laughter!!! When I was home from a stay at the hospital he and his sweet wife visited us with food and ran errands we needed—we will always remember this true friend!!

  • Margaret and family,Brent and I are both so sorry for your loss. We have fun memories of you both from our time in Mesa 18th Ward. We saw Fred about a year ago at Rumbi. Still the ever happy, fun loving guy. Our hearts go out to you all at this very difficult time. Much love, Brent and Chris Bird

  • Karen Basha Brothersen

    I don’t even know where to start! Fred was such a good man! All around…. Good! His laugh was contagious, his sense of humor was on point, his faith was real and powerful. He welcomed me when we first met, and he felt like family!!!! He was and still is a ray of sunshine in my heart and in this world! I just know- that I hope to find someone like him to marry! He was an all around incredible human! And I know he will be looking after his family from heaven! Families ARE forever!
    What a blessing he has been to all of us!
    Till we meet again!

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