Mr. Lynn Arlen Hammargren, age 64, passed away peacefully at home on November 10, 2021. He was born in Riverton, Wyoming on May 16, 1957, to Glen Hammargren and Nancy Morgan (nee: Paulsen). Mr. Hammargren was a real cowboy and enjoyed rodeo competitions like bull riding, bareback and saddleback riding and moved to Lubbock, Texas to pursue such passion. He and his wife Constance Lena (Battaglia) Hammargren married in Las Vegas on June 16, 1990 and raised their two children in Lubbock, Texas, where he owned and operated a machine (tool & die) shop business, where he was skilled on CAD and specialized in building specialty parts. They then moved to the Phoenix, Arizona where he worked for Goodyear for 10-years before retiring. Mr. Hammargren enjoyed golfing and spending quality time with his family and cooking awesome meals from scratch for family, friends and relatives, including an amazing slow-cooked Texas-smoked brisket. In addition to his mother and his wife, he is survived by his son, Zachary Hammargren, his daughter Ashli (Joaquin) Rios and granddaughter Mia Rios. He is also survived by his three brothers Steve, Greg and Bruce and their wives. He was preceded in death by his father and his stepfather Steve Morgan.
A Celebration of his life will be held at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 4800 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018, on Saturday, November 27, 2021 from 11:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Condolences may be expressed at www.whitneymurphyfuneralhome.com.
Lynn You were always loved, you are in my heart forever. Love Mom
You will be missed by the family, our love goes with you. Rest in peace. Aunt Joyce
Patricia and Dave Miller
From Patricia and Dave Miller,(Nancy’s niece and husband)
We are so sorry to hear of Lynn’s passing. He was a man of many talents but always seemed so humble when we met.
He was a very kind man and showed a great love for his family. Regretting the many states between us kept us from visiting more often. Our condolences and prayers to the immediate family and friends.
Dad you will never be forgotten and will always be with me wherever I go in life and however far I go in life. You were so loved by many. Ashli, mom and I will always be okay knowing you are at peace and are no longer in pain. You were there for us everyday no matter what and made sure we were all okay and in a good place before you decided to take Gods hand, but he reached down and told you it’s okay they are alright now so now let’s make sure your alright and you took his hand peacefully. I love you dad!
Natalie Battaglia Hyland
Lynn, I will greatly miss you and your smiling face. You were such a caring person and would give the shirt off your back to help friends and family.
I feel so blessed to call you my brother-in-law.
You are now set free from pain and I know you are in heaven soaring with the Angels.
Forever in my heart! RIP ❤️Love you cowboy! “Natly”(as you always called me).
Im sad to hear Lynn has passed. Condolences to your family.
Lynn you were one of kind. You were a great brother-in-law to me many years ago. You were always there if I needed help. No questions asked. That’s just who you were. I will always remember your laugh and charming smile. Your are now free of pain. Keep laughing and Rest In Peace.
Alisse Moore Smyth
You were a very special person and one of the most giving individuals I’ve ever known. You were so much fun and made everyone laugh. I’m glad you are no longer in pain and suffering. I’m sure Nana was waiting for you with a smile on her face. God speed Lynn. You were loved by many.
You were one of a kind. A real cowboy and a gentleman. I loved hearing about you and Connie’s love story. The cowboy looking for a steak in the the big city! The rest was history.. Lubbock was a great time, some of my best memories are with the Hammergren’s. I remember the day when Ashlie and Zac were born and how fiercely you loved your family. And how you would call and offer me $100 to change a dirty diaper . Always wanting everyone to be happy and never wanted anyone to be left out. I felt like the 5th Hammergren! A man of great character. The world was a better place because of you.
The last cowboy ride may God be with you!!! You will be missed!!
Ron and “Charlie” Pacioni
I am so sorry to hear of the sad passing of Lynn. We send the family much love and healing during this very difficult time. Please accept our sincere condolences and know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
I am very sadden to hear of Lynn’s passing!
May you rest in peace.
I wish the services were closer .
You will be missed by many but never forgotten!!!!
Love your cousin