In Memory

Tim Wagner

Tim Wagner

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12/28/17 05:46 PM #1    

John Hogan

I was saddened to hear of Tim's passing on December 23rd but I trust he is now in a better place. I grew up just three blocks from him on 2nd Avenue South and had a lot of good times with him, both at Sacred Heart and St. Edmond. I always found him to be one of the most honest and forthright people I knew and easy to laugh with and I will miss him at the next reunion.

Requiescat en pace.

12/29/17 12:31 PM #2    

Matt Bednar

I visited Tim at the funeral home to say goodbye. Mike Wagner told me so far there were 14 classmates that came that cold night. We became best friends through high school. His dad reminded me of the many nights we both got home after 2am. Tim had a long struggle with this damn disease. As John stated above, he had a great laugh, you new where you stood with Tim, he was so full of fun and life. That’s what I remember along with the free pizza he’d bring from Pizza Hut when I was working at mercy hospital. I’ll miss him. It’s hard to have a friend go. Keep him in your prayers.


12/29/17 02:30 PM #3    

Jim Coleman

  Spent a lot of time with Tim,as we worked at Pizza Hut together in the early 70's. Man we were so busy some nights, we would call in a pizza for each other, so we could eat while delivering. He drove to Fort Riley a couple times to see me when I was in the Army. Can tell you right now, I can't remember what we did those weekends. Lot of people don't know but Tim was Best Man in my wedding. Gonna miss him, had a great time while he was with us. 

12/30/17 07:27 PM #4    

Carol Kreger (Cymerint)

I didn't know Tim as well as the posts that I've read, but, I remember him as being gentle and kind at St. Edmonds.  It's comforting to hear that he was loved. Rest and Peace to Tim.

01/01/18 08:00 PM #5    

Jeanne Doyle (Thompson)

When I saw the post of Tim's passing, I paused for a moment of prayer, then started to type something...that I deleted quickly.  I didn't know Tim well enough to write anything nostalgic nor memorable!   After reading Carol Kreger's thought on Tim, I decided a post about any classmate is always matter the length. Isn't it about the time we offer to others? May I have the privilege to pass your smiling face in halls of heaven someday, Tim...until then, please watch over the St Ed's classmates of 1973! Rest In Peace...Jeanne Doyle Thompson 



01/01/18 10:29 PM #6    

Julie Ault (Smith)

I thought the world of Tim.  He was always so kind and had a contagious smile.  He has struggled so much with his dang cancer.  He is at peace now, thank God.  And I know he is cheering on the Minnesota Vikings as we both have for sooo many years.  Maybe this will be the year they finally make the Super Bowl!! Skol to you, my friend.  You will be missed by so many, but never forgotten.

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