Ryan L. Hagen

>Ryan L. Hagen, 37, resi­dent of Temple, died on July 14, 2016, at his home.

He was born in Win­chester, Mass., on April 6, 1979, a son of James and Donna (Davy) Hagen of Temple. Ryan was raised and educated in Milford. Follow­ing middle school, he moved with his family to Temple in 1993 and completed his education at ConVal High School. While in Milford, he was active in various MCAA Sports programs. He raced with the ConVal Ski club and received a letter.

He was a master roof­er for Pento and Sons of Jaffrey, and previously worked side by side with his brother, Scott, build­ing houses in Scott’s con­struction business, Roll­ing Stone Builders.

Ryan had a passion for riding which began with horses and turned into mo­torcycles. He loved riding his motorcycle and espe­cially participating in the organization of fundraiser rides for animals and his buddies. He was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting, fishing, snowmo­biling and skiing. And of course, he was an avid fan of the New England Patri­ots and Boston Red Sox.

In addition to his parents, family members include three children, Marissa Hagen of Peterborough, Cameron Hagen and Cali Hagen, both of Lyn­deborough; a broth­er, Scott Hagen and his companion Jody of Westmoreland; a sister, Kelly Ha­gen of Wilton; three nieces, Alanah and Chloe, both of Mil­ford, Chelsea of Wil­ton; two nephews, Adrien of Milford and Mason of Westmoreland; two great-nieces, Ayva of Milford and Addie of Milford; and one great-nephew, James of Milford. Also many aunts, uncles, and cous­ins in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Wisconsin. He will be lovingly remem­bered by many faithful and adoring friends.

Memorial visiting hours are 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Sunday, July 24, at Smith & Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm St., Milford. To share a mem­ory or a condolence, visit www.smith-heald.com In lieu of flowers, the fam­ily requests donations be made in Ryan’s memory to the American Founda­tion for Suicide Preven­tion afsp.donordrive.com/ campaign/RyanHagen.