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Services for Tanya Bagley Barragan, 44, of San Antonio were held Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, in Pecan Street Church of Christ in Rockdale. Burial followed in Oak Lawn Cemetery in Rockdale. Minister John A. Mitchell and Minister Neugene Knox officiated.

Ms. Barragan died Sunday, Aug. 21, at her home in San Antonio.

She was born July 6, 1967, in Fort Polk, Louisiana, to Willie James and Loretha (Lilly) Bagley.

Ms. Barragan was a 1985 graduate of Rockdale High School.

She was baptized at an early age at Pecan Street Church of Christ.

She graduated on June 6, 1991, from the Baptist Memorial Hospital system Institute of Health Education as a registered nurse. In later years, she completed a B.S. in nursing and M.S. in health care management.

Ms. Barragan had been a San Antonio resident for the past 23 years.

She was a registered nurse with home health care.

Ms. Barragan was a member of Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority,

Omega Gems, the National Black Nurses Association and the American Diabetes Association.

Survivors are her parents, Willie James and Loretha Bagley of Rockdale; two sons, Tremaine Bagley-Scott of South Carolina, Tyree Nelson Barragan of San Antonio; a daughter, Talia Patrice Howard of San Antonio; three brothers, Edrick L. Bagley of Rockdale, Daryl O. Bagley and wife Deshjuana of Tampa, Florida, Jermaine L. Bagley of Dallas; and a sister, LaShaine R. Sullivan of Temple.

Pallbearers were Robert Montgomer y, Jerome Ross, Henr y Taylor Jr., Ted Jovior Roshun Thompson, Antonavas Morris, and Joel Williams.

Honorary pallbearers were Dennis Butler, Arthur Leon Ellis, Henry Taylor Sr., L.C. Richards, Rudolph Hemmitt Sr. and Jesse Johnson.


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