Laura's family and friends will hold a small, private memorial service. In lieu of flowers, Laura has requested donations be made to an education fund for her grandchildren. Donations should made out to "Laurie Dagna" and mailed to 4933 W. Townley Ave. Gl
  • 50 years old
  • Born on February 26, 1963 .
  • Passed away on August 16, 2013 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved friend, Laurie Dagna, 50, born on February 26, 1963 and passed away on August 16, 2013. Laurie will live on in our hearts and memories forever.

Posted by Jerry Dagna on 16th August 2014
Can't believe it has been a year baby...Miss you every day. Words cannot describe the whole you left behind. You were the best person I ever knew and was blessed and honored to be your best friend and husband. "I hold your heart...I hold your heart my heart. I always will. Till we are together again, my sweet, I love you.
Posted by Eva Aguilar on 12th September 2013
Laurie, my most recent memory of you is the hug we gave each other when I saw you after returning back to work. You are an amazing person! Today, we gather to celebrate your life, you are definately missed around here lady! Your light will always be remembered and extended unto those of us you left behind. Thank you...
Posted by Sig Perez on 4th September 2013
This past weekend I went to the chile festival in Hatch, NM and the whole time, I kept thinking about you and how much you would have enjoyed it. I truly miss you but am happy that you are now resting in peace. Love you Laurie!
Posted by Sig Perez on 4th September 2013
Laurie, please don't take the fact that it's taken me so long to post this message. It's just that the loss I feel right now is so overwhelming. I remember the first time I met you and that's when you interviewed for the CRS Admin Assistant. You were a great addition to the team and a tremendous asset.
Posted by Rebecca Miller on 28th August 2013
Laurie, I'm so glad I had a chance to know you; and I occasionally think I hear that laugh of yours that brightened one's day just to be around it. One of my favorite poems is "How Did You Die"? by Edmund Vance Cooke. Every line reminds me of you, and using its yard stick, Laurie, you should be holding your head high and proud.
Posted by Pamela Woods on 27th August 2013
There is a quote from Buddha that reminds me of Laurie's journey - In the end, only three things matter: How much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Posted by Pamela Woods on 27th August 2013
Laurie - We started out as co-workers, but you soon became my friend and not just because you were a fellow “foodie” or a Breaking Bad fan. You always had a laugh for me or sound advice. You taught all of us lessons in living life with purpose and facing challenges with grace. I am grateful to have known you and Jerry, including your wonderful daughters and grandchildren.
Posted by Ken Miller on 23rd August 2013
Laurie, I will always remember Glendale RCC and the good times we had working in that satellite office far from any supervisors. Seeing your friendly face when I came back Downtown was comforting and appreciated. I can only hope that you felt some of the same comfort from your fellow clerks in your time of need. You leave a vacancy in our hearts that can never be filled. God keep you.
Posted by Debbie Olsen on 22nd August 2013
We don’t get to choose when our life here on earth is over. But apparently your work here was done and you had a much higher calling. I do not mourn for you but find solace knowing that you are once again healthy, happy and free of pain. I am blessed to have had you in my life, and to have gotten to know Jerry through you. You are missed, but will never be forgotten.
Posted by Sally Enteman on 21st August 2013
Laurie, you have been an inspiration to many! Especially with your ability to continue in the face of pain with a smile on your face! You will be greatly missed, but remembered in our hearts forever! Look down on us from time to time, if only to get a good laugh :-) Rest in peace my friend!
Posted by Dora Sandoval on 20th August 2013
Laurie, it took me a minute to really take this in....I will never forget not only the "go to" person you were but the kind of person you are...Kind, feisty and the best work ethics I've seen around these parts :) May God give your family peace of mind and peace of heart during this very sad time....God bless you my friend, I envy you up there in heaven!! Say hi to my mom and dad for me.
Posted by Julie Bower on 20th August 2013
Laurie, Laurie, Laurie.....what can I say. You were one special lady. I remember talking to you about the meds and treatments. You fought so hard. I'm sure my daughter loves you now that she has met you in heaven. You will truly be missed because of your smile and laugh. I know you will be looking down on everyone from heaven and hopefully smiling (or laughing at us)!!!
Posted by Leslie Wilkins on 20th August 2013
Laurie, You will be missed by all of us at the Clerk's Office. You always had such a positive outlook on life, including during your final months while dealing with your health stuggles. Truly an inspiration to all.
Posted by Laurie Hurley Wistuber on 20th August 2013
Laurie, your upbeat personality, smile, and kindness will not be forgotten. You will be missed so much at the Clerk's Office.
Posted by Reta Sneddon on 20th August 2013
Laurie, You will always be remembered and cherished for being such a wonderful person and good friend. I quit smoking because Laurie said that if she could do it, anyone could. Thanks for your inspiration and you will truly be missed.
Posted by Al Joy on 19th August 2013
Laurie was always tiggerific and will be missed. I am blessed having been able to be her son-in law. Thank you for being you Nana.
Posted by Barbara Navarro on 19th August 2013
Laurie, I will miss seeing your bright smile! It will not be the same without you around here. Rest in peace.
Posted by DARLENE JACKSON on 19th August 2013
Laurie, I am blessed to have known you. I will miss your smile.
Posted by Pam Reese on 19th August 2013
Laurie, I am very blessed to have met you, you always had a smile on your face and i am glad i had the honor to have known you, I will remember you as the very warm and friendly person and very caring, Rest in peace my friend and i give condoliance to her family.
Posted by Tara Alameda on 19th August 2013
We will miss your happy face ! I will miss teasing you about your husband (Mr. Mac Daddy) Now I hope you can look down at us and keep us in check ! lol you will be greatly missed !
Posted by Cathy Clarich on 19th August 2013
I only just recently met you Laurie but I could see what a tremendous lady you were and how much you touched the hearts of those that worked around you. You will truly be missed by all.
Posted by Yvonne King on 19th August 2013
I see Laurie’s light still shining bright…I can still hear her laughter, and her light is brighter because she is pain free! It’s time to celebrate her and be grateful of the times and moments we had with her. Lady Dagna, you will not be forgotten! :)
Posted by Erika Schlomowitz Schwart... on 19th August 2013
Laurie, I am so glad to have known you. You were always smiling and brought good cheer to everyone you came in contact with. I will miss you.
Posted by Wendy Johnson on 19th August 2013
Laurie, I am so blessed to have known you and worked with you. Sharing our medical "war" stories will remain in my heart forever. I will always admire your courage and determination. You are a wonderful person and I will miss you very much.
Posted by Caryn Smith on 19th August 2013
Laurie, you brought joy to so many of us with your open, welcoming smile. Our little corner will always remind me of you. I miss you and I am so happy to have known you. Rest in peace my friend.
Posted by Michael Jeanes on 19th August 2013
Laurie, you will be forever remembered for your dedication and contributions to the Clerk's Office team. Thank you...

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