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Who Is Linda Fagan’s Husband, John? Here’s What We Know About The Admiral

Who Is Admiral Linda Fagan’s Husband?

Admiral Linda Fagan’s beloved husband, John J Fagan, died in August 2021 at the age of 80. He was the beloved son of the late John J. Fagan, Sr., and Anne, and the devoted father of John J. III (Susan), Terry A. (Ramona), and Sarah (John) Crowe.

He was the longtime owner and operator of Pepe’s Mexican Restaurants in Chicago Ridge and Midlothian, Illinois, as well as a Vietnam War veteran of the United States Army.

His funeral was held at Curley Funeral Home (Heeney-Laughlin Directors), 6116 W. 111th St., Chicago Ridge, IL 60415 on Sunday, August 15, 2021, from 3 to 8 p.m., following Covid-19 requirements for social separation and masks to be observed by participants.

Admiral Linda Fagan is also the first gold antique trident recipient in the Coast Guard, as well as the officer with the longest service record in the marine security profession.

What We Know About Admiral Linda Fagan – Biography

Linda Lee Fagan, the 27th Commandant of the Coast Guard, is a United States Coast Guard admiral. She formerly served as the Coast Guard’s 32nd Vice Commandant and the first female four-star admiral in 2021.

She had previously served as the Coast Guard’s Deputy for Operations, Policy, and Capabilities, as well as commander of the First Coast Guard District and commander of Coast Guard Sector New York.

Fagan is also the first Gold Ancient Trident in the Coast Guard’s Marine Safety Field, as well as the officer with the longest service record. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas nominated her to succeed Charles W. Ray as Vice Commandant of the Coast Guard in April 2021.

Fagan, who was born in Columbus, Ohio, earned a B.S. in marine science from the United States Coast Guard Academy in 1985.

Linda Fagan Children – Also A Cost Guard

Linda Fagan is the mother of a daughter. Aileen is also a graduate of the United States Coast Guard Academy.

Admiral Linda Fagan made history on Wednesday by becoming the first woman to lead not only the Coast Guard, but any branch of the US armed forces, and we expect her daughter to follow in her footsteps.

According to the New York Times, Fagan was part of only the sixth class of women to graduate from the Coast Guard Academy in 1985.