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Jessica Ellis Hagman

Tim Hagman

October 03, 1943 - October 03, 2021

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Tim Hagman. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

Tim Hagman 10/3/1943 - 10/3/2021   Tim Hagman, beloved architect and outdoor enthusiast/adventurer, passed away on his 78th birthday, October 3rd 2021, surrounded by his sons and his brother.    Tim was involved in designing some of Aspen's most iconic public buildings and private residences. As one of Aspen’s most renowned and highly respected architects, Tim’s 50+ years of architectural masterpieces stand as monuments to an...  see more
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  • Drake Jacobs
    My Condolences to Tim's family. We enjoyed the banter of architects competing in the design microcosm of Aspen. I most fondly remember being introduced to Tim as one of the Katzenjammers (formally, Copeland Finholm Hagman and Yaw). Those were fun days,...  more
  • Bruce Cousins
    My condolences to all who knew Tim along the trail. A good man and a great talented Architect. RIP
  • Paul Hilts
    In 2003 my wife Marjorie and I did a trip to the Tour de France and really got to know Tim for the first time. He was using some of his spare time to train for the Leadville 100 mountain bike race. We were recreational riders more interested in the...  more
  • Robert Sardinsky
  • Alan Morris
    In classic Tim style, he and his talented team designed our beautiful home. In return, I designed the Hagman Architects brand. We had a great working and personal relationship. Lots of creativity and laughs along the way. I will miss you, Tim.
  • Mike Tanguay
    It was always a pleasure to work with Tim. He greeted everyone with a big smile and dealt with problems in an effective yet pleasant manner. He will truly be missed.

    Attached are some photos of Tim's talented work.
  • Helen Larsen
    The last time I saw Tim he came to Santa Fe for my brother, Alfred von Bachmay’s memorial service. We reminisce about the formative 1970’s in Aspen. I spent a week visiting Alfred and Tim in the Summer of 1975 when they were living in a house near...  more
  • Bill Pollock
    My first employment in the Valley was with Tim. He was a mentor and a friend. We worked out of his home in Woody Creek where I felt like part of the family. I have great memories of Kay, Jon, and Alex and the many projects we worked on together. Along...  more
  • Annette Stelmack
    Tim was an extraordinary human....his intentional, calm, peaceful, knowing, compassionate and open approach to design was a gift. I was blessed to work with Tim and loved every project with you as our heartfelt leader. My heart aches to hear of his...  more
  • Annette Stelmack
  • Craig Thompson
    Tim helped me build my dream house in the West End. There ate many architects in Aspen and we interviewed many. He was who we knew we could work with.
    He had an ability to cut through a design issue by listening to the client with an open mind. I often...  more
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  • Jessica Ellis Hagman
  • Jessica Ellis Hagman
    Getting to see Tim (Big Bopper) and Sawyer (little Bopper) get to know each other was a joy, and we see Tim’s expressions in Sawyer as a beautiful reminder of Tim.
  • Doug Graybeal
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