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Olga B. Hagar, 71

OSWEGO, NY – Olga B. Hagar, 71, a resident of Oswego, died Monday February 4, 2013, at St. Luke Health Services.

She was born in Syracuse and was the daughter of the late Victor and Myra Barry Sarrameda.

Mrs. Hagar was the wife of the late Paul Hagar.

She was a long time resident of Syracuse.

Mrs. Hagar is survived by two daughters, Betty Sarrameda and Cindy Heer both of Fulton; three sons, Michael (Valarie) Hagar of Oswego, Paul Hagar Jr. and Christian Hagar both of Fulton; and 12 grandchildren.

Funeral service will be private at the convenience of the family.

There are no calling hours.

Arrangements by Dain-Cullinan Funeral Home.

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