MARGARET LUCILLE HAAGENSEN, 7, laid down her sword Monday May 2 ,2022 after battling Ewing's Sarcoma.\nAffectionately known as Maggie to family, friends, and everyone touched by her beautiful smile. Maggie loved everything about being outside, unicorns, and penguins. Maggie earned the title Honorary Penguin Veterinarian from the Atlanta Aquarium on April 14, 2022. During her training Dr. Maggie learned about how to give care to sick and injured Penguins. Maggie was a natural born care giver. Maggie and her family were able to drive across the country in March in an epic adventure. Maggie enjoyed playing in the snow in Colorado, and walking among the RedWood giant trees in California. Maggie was a giant super hero herself in her battle against Ewing's Sarcoma. Maggie loved to befriend the other children battling their own cancer at MUSC. She loved to talk to everyone she met, and she always had a smile ready for everyone.\nMaggie is survived by her mother Krista Haynes, her father Robert Haagensen, her sister Anastacia Reed, and her brother Michael Benard (Bear) Haagensen, also by her paternal Grandparents Benard and Karen Haagensen and her maternal grandparents Michael and Diana Haynes. Maggie is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.\nThe family asked to help support other families that are battling cancer by making a donation to Happy Wheels at [email protected] and at Peyton's Parking Passes @ https://giving.musc.edu.\nThe family will receive friends Friday May 6, 2022 from 12 -1 PM at Anderson Funeral Home Chapel with a short reading at 1 PM. Interment will follow in Forest Lawn Cemetery.