Earl Cloyd Hague Jr. | News, Sports, Jobs
county “Tony” Cloyd Hague Jr., 63, died at his home in Inman, SC on Tuesday, March 16, 2021.
He was born on July 11, 1957, the son of the late Earl Cloyd Hague Sr. and Delores Dowling.
Earl graduated from Lock Haven High School in 1975. After graduation, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps.
He has worked in many fields including his favorites “Pizzaiolo” and construction. His many occupations have taken him to travel, cross the United States, including Hawaii, and return to Lock Haven.
Earl always had a story to tell. It was one “macho Man”. He has the kindest heart and loved with all his heart. He always protected those he loved.
Earl married his soul mate, Heather Nixon in Lock Haven on April 19, 2017. After the birth of their first granddaughter Sophia Grace, they moved to Inman, SC to be with her.
Earl loved doing anything outside. He loved gardening, fixing and building things, fishing, traveling, cooking and spending time with his family.
He enjoyed every day with his pride and joy, Sophia. Every morning they would wake up and watch “Let’s make a deal” and “The price is right” together. On Fridays Earl sang and danced to his favorite song “Friday Aloha” with Sophia.
Earl is survived by his wife, Heather Ann Hague, two stepdaughters he never considered “walk” Alaina and Taylor, and a granddaughter, her “sweetheart” Sophia Grace. He is also survived by his siblings Audrey, Edna, Billy, Alice and Tim, several nieces and nephews.
A celebration of Earl’s life will be held on Saturday, May 1 at the Salvation Army Chapel in Lock Haven at 3 p.m. COVID protocols with mandatory masks and social distancing will be implemented.