A message from God:
Thank you so much for taking care of Caleb while he was yours on earth. Coming to the gates, he was already brightening Heaven with his infectious smile, and all of the angels were rejoicing as they welcomed him. I know you will miss his adventurous spirit, his wonderful story telling, his hard-working attitude, and genuine love of the world. Rest assured, Caleb is home and will always be Mama’s little boy and Grandma’s treasure. He is challenging everyone to a foot race because he tells us the story of when he beat his dad in a race...and his dad is fast!
Caleb is meeting long lost friends and family and showing them how to wrestle as good as his dad and papa. I want you to know that he is laughing and smiling every day and helping us build like his dad showed him (making sure to not cut corners and to reinforce everything so it is strong). His golf swing is as beautiful and perfect as he is, and we are all so grateful that Kasi and Jeremy and all of his family loved him so very much and instilled the Spirit of Christ in him. Caleb wants everyone to do the things that he embodied: love unconditionally, go on adventures, smile, keep Christ near and dear always, laugh a lot, give hugs, and most importantly, be happy.
Surviving Caleb are his parents Jeremy and Kasi Hagen of Wadena; his siblings: Jillian, Beatrice and Luke Hagen all of Wadena; his grandparents: Pam and Keith Hagen of Wadena and Mike and Laurie Walters of Beach, North Dakota; his great grandmothers: Bea Kupfer of Bluffton and Dori Hagen of Wadena; uncles: Adam (Sheena) Hagen of Wadena; Jared Walters of Moorhead, Kyle (Traci) Hagen of Wadena, and Matthew (Brigetta) Hagen of Wadena; cousins: Ava, Ari, Brody, Jace, Nikolai, Stella, Adaline, Scarlett, and Sophia; many other relatives and a classroom full of friends.
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