Coast Monthly poses 10 questions to an intriguing resident of the Texas Coast.
Jamaica Beach resident Angel Ellen Hagmaier is an attorney who moved to Galveston 22 years ago from Williamsburg, Va.
Who is your hero? My brother Aaron. He is a kinder and gentler version of myself; selfless and patient but he’s not quite as funny.
What are you most proud of? All of my accomplishments and achievements are the result of the grace of God and the loving support of the people in my life. As a result, I am able to help people and make a difference in the world I live.
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? I would make myself about 2 or 3 inches taller — a lot less time in high heels.
Where would you like to grow old? A warm and sunny beach somewhere far from the madding crowd where I can still get a good pedicure.
What’s your guilty pleasure? Valet, every chance I get, or, as I like to call it, “the ministry of convenience” and Lindt dark chocolate for breakfast.
What skills would you like to possess? Ballroom dancing, quantum physics and to run hurdles.
What’s something no one knows about you? Do people really break the silence in this type of forum? I think it is best if the voices in my head stay there.
What song is your personal anthem? “Try a Little Tenderness.”
Last meal you made. Homemade chicken potpie.
Describe a favorite memory in 10 words or less. Moonlit helicopter ride over the island for my 34th birthday.