Warren A. Hagar ’36 died on July 13, 2012, in Monterey, California, at the age of 99.
He was born on June 25, 1913, in Troy, N.Y., and prepared for college at East Boston High School, where he was junior and senior class president. A remarkable salesman, he paid for college by selling old gold. He earned a master’s degree from the University of California Riverside in 1968. He was the author of Cognitive Awareness and the LPM, published in 1977 by Philosophical Library Inc. His varied career included 20 years as a manager of J.J. Newberry’s and stints as a high school English teacher, California state rehabilitation counselor and social worker, top sales person at Encyclopedia Britannica, and member of the Sierra Club and World Affairs Council in Los Angeles. He was a member of the Carmel Foundation’s philosophical men’s groups and enjoyed playing bridge. He is survived by his wife, Olga Hagar; daughters Sharon Lovell and Charlene Wilder; son Everett Hagar; stepson Pierre Roubaud; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Genevieve Hagar, and Ralph Hagar; and sister Ethel Davis.