Tina Sue T. Hageman was an advocate in the mental health area
Tina Sue Tindell Hageman, 53, of Seymour died Sunday, January 5, 2014 at IU Methodist Hospital.
Funeral services will be at the Voss Chapel in Seymour Saturday at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Ralph Blomenberg officiating. Burial will follow at Riverview Cemetery in Seymour. Viewing will be held at the funeral home Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. and from noon until time of the service Saturday.
Mrs. Hageman was a 1978 graduate of Indian Creek High School and graduated from IU Southeast with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English. She received her Master's Degree in Psychology from the University of Indianapolis and was the founder/owner /director of Families First Inc. and New Dimensions Consulting Inc. for more than 10 years.
She was a board member of The Arc, Center for Advocacy and Support for people with disabilities and their families, she was on the Human Rights Committee for Rescare, member of Special Olympics, advocate for population at risk and IN-ADC as a registered Behaviorist. She received various awards for service to the population in need (including Professional of the Year). She enjoyed spending time with friends, co-workers, traveling, and helping those in need. She also enjoyed her children, traveling with them and spending time with her granddaughter.
Born January 14, 1960 in Seymour, Mrs. Hageman was the daughter of Roy Tindell Jr. and Karen Sue (Gregory) Tindell. On May 17, 1992 in Jamaica, she married Jerry Dean Hageman who survives.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Hageman is survived by her mother; daughter, Keelyn Paige Tindell-Clark; sons, Justin Scott Hageman, Brandon Paul Clark, and Logan Hunter Tindell-Hageman; grandchildren, Aryahna Korin Tindell-Clark and Amara Lyn Hageman; sister, Peggy Lee Tindell (Robert "Bobby") Garrett, and brother, Michael Roy (Cara "Missy") Tindell.
She was preceded in death by her father, Roy Tindell Jr. and grandparents, Roy Tindell, Minnie Seegers Tindell Mettert, Boyd Gregory and Geneva Wire Gregory.
The family wishes for memorials to be written to Jerry Hageman for the future education of her granddaughter, Ary Tindell-Clark, through the funeral home.