Memorial for Margene Bailey-Bagley
Granite High Class of 1946

Margene  Bailey-Bagley's Profile Personal Info

Name:
Margene Bailey-Bagley
Graduation Year:
1946

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Margene Bagley 1928 ~ 2009 Born Sept 16, 1928 in Salt Lake City, Margene was the fourth of Cassandra and Frank Bailey's six children. Margene spent her early years in the Hawaiian Islands, where her father was LDS mission president. She graduated from Granite High School and attended the University of Utah, where she met and married Lawrence Miles Bagley. They eventually moved to Oceanside, California where Larry rose from draftsman in the city planning department to city manager. When he became mayor, Margene helped make Larry's three terms a success by acting as Oceanside's unofficial goodwill ambassador.While raising four young children, Margene earned her teaching certificate, and later a masters in education. She loved teaching her kindergartners, mostly the children of U.S. Marines from nearby Camp Pendleton. She and Larry traveled extensively and were among the first to visit China when it opened up to the West. Margene was proud of her four children (Will, Kevin, Pat, and Lisa), and 10 grandchildren. Will is a Western historian, Kevin is an attorney, Pat is the cartoonist for The Salt Lake Tribune, and Lisa runs a business in Maui. Margene will be buried next to her loving husband in Oceanside on Tuesday Of her siblings, Margene was preceded in death by Barbara Hales and Ralph Bailey and is survived by Don Bailey, Annette Ingersoll and Rex Bailey. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the University of Utah.

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