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Lana Jo (Hagen) Werner

Posted 2023-09-10 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Sept. 10, 2023 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
(personal article, page 3A)

In loving memory of our Mother,

Lana Jo Werner (Hagen)

June 11, 1954 - July 28, 2023

It is with heavy hearts and profound sadness that we announce the
passing of our Mother, Lana Jo Werner. She peacefully departed this
world on July 28th surrounded by her family. Lana was born in Watford
City, North Dakota. She always said she had the best childhood as she
shared memories of all the joys, mostly the cats and kittens, on the
farm. In 1974, Lana moved to Lake Havasu City where she planted her
roots and raised her family. Lana loved to dance and spend time with her
friends and family.. She was extremely proud of her family and loved to
tell everyone she met how many Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren she

Lana went to work and became a steady, dependable staff member at the
Alex Ross State Farm Agency where she spent 3 decades of dedicated
service to countless families and businesses in and about Lake Havasu.
Her kindness, knowledge and always thoughtful consideration was
universal. Her memory is kept very alive at the agency she loved as
people to this day still come in and ask "How is our gal Lana"

Lana leaves behind her daughters, Kimberly Werner, Amber Werner and
Elizabeth Werner, her Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren; Brian &
Samantha Marble(Adelynne & Raiden), Haley Seltenreich(Raelynn), Brett
Marble, Amanda Seltenreich (Alivia) Blake Farber, Seth Macomber, Shane
Burch, Mikenna Burch(Aria), Paige Werner-Franz, Myla Werner-Franz and
Weston Werner-Franz, Brothers Orvis (Claudia) Hagen and Mylo(Kathy)
Hagen, her sister, Ellyn Stevens, and many close friends, Lana was
preceded in death by her parents, Orville and Astrid Hagen, ex husband
and friend, Tony Werner, husband Tony Querica and her niece, Toni Hagen.

Lana leaves behind a legacy of love, compassion and strength that will
continue to inspire all who knew her. The memories she gave us, the love
she showed us and her genuine, kind spirit will forever live on in our

Your work here is done Mom, may you rest in peace.

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