Pat O'Hagan with her children. From left: Shawn, Matt, Maureen, Terry, Pat, Mark
Sheffield, Vermont - October 6, 2010
Funeral arrangements have been made for Pat O'Hagan, the 78-year-old grandmother Vermont State Police say was kidnapped and murdered.
Calling hours for the Sheffield woman are Sunday afternoon at the Guibord Funeral Home in Lyndonville. O'Hagan's funeral is Monday morning at the St. Elizabeth Catholic Church in Lyndonville. After that, she will be laid to rest in Sheffield in the William Dexter Cemetery.
Instead of sending flowers, O'Hagan's children are asking Vermonters to support one of the nonprofits their mom most loved. Pat O'Hagan volunteered at the Sheffield Food Pantry, which serves about 200 families. You can send cash gifts to the pantry or drop off nonperishable food at the Sheffield Town Hall.
Sheffield Food Pantry
Town Hall, Route 122
Hours: 1st Wednesday of the month - 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (or 4 p.m. if they don't run out of food)
To send condolences to the relatives of Pat O'Hagan, you can mail them to:
O'Hagan Family P.O. 95 Sheffield, VT 05866
Vermont State Police are still looking for Pat O'Hagan's killer. A $20,000 reward is being offered for information that helps police solve the case. They're asking the public to call them with tips at the barracks in St. Johnsbury at 802-748-3111 or the State Police Crime Information Tip Line at 802-241-5355.
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