Robert D. Wagner Jr.

Born: 07/13/1955 Passed:

Robert D. Wagner Jr. passed away peacefully at home Sunday March 1, 2020 doing something he loved, watching NASCAR. He was born to the late Robert Wagner Sr. and Marylou Wagner (Icaboccio) in Somerset, Pa. July 13, 1955. He graduated from Louisville High School in 1975. Bob was an avid hunter and fisherman and was always ready for a card game of Thirty-One or Euchre. He retired after 19 years from the Louisville and Nimishillen Fire Departments. He worked as a laborer for Alliance Steel and Alliance Castings and was employed at Biery Cheese.

Bob is survived by his two children Katie (Scott) Dendinger and Adam Wagner. Also surviving are his sisters Debra Gilpin and Jona Wagner as well as nieces Angie and Alyssa and nephew Doug and several great nieces and nephews. Celebration of Life to be planned in the spring.

Condolences and special memories may be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

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18 Tributes to Robert D. Wagner Jr.

  1. Greg upperman says:

    God bless Adam and katie, fellow grad and friend, miss u ,all play cards when I get there

  2. Barbara Johnson Stacy says:

    So sorry to hear this. Bobby lived down the street from us and went to school with my brother Louie Johnson. Praying for the family.

  3. Tom Ruskin Sr says:

    Sorry for your loss, Bob and I were on both Louisville and Nim together. Was a great firefighter.

  4. Sam says:

    I remember the hunt that u shot that deer and all the others that u and I went on. I’m going to miss all the stories and good times we had at hunting camp. Hunting camp just isnt going to ever be the same without you .

    • Katie says:

      I know that deer season was his favorite time of year! He would sing “It’s beginning to look a lot like deer season” instead of Christmas.

  5. Drew says:

    Too many to share…always looked forward to watching you guys out moms windows walking through moms yard beginning your deer drives when i was too young to attend…the drop tine buck i ran through the woods i fast as i could to see it the second i heard you shoot it on the radio the same year you and BobSr. both got bucks ..you gave me my first real buck knife when I shot my first buck a 5pt in 2002 and willingly gutted every buck i shot after that including the 10pt i got in 2013 he asssisted me with …late nights of high-low and jacks-to-open-trips-to-win …roosting gobblers the evening before opening day of spring Turkey season…getting sweated out by the cheif Bob SR. and his high temperature wood stive in the cabin haha…your dislike for snakes and hot peppers haha …..bottom line , I and many others miss you Bobby and wont walk through the woods a single moment without thinking about you and Bob Sr. Being there in a memory…. love and miss you two

  6. Randy Lombardi says:

    Bob my dear friend. I can sit here and remember all the laughs and good times we shared both hunting and on the Fire Department. When I heard of your passing I was saddened beyond belief. It had been sometime since our path have crossed but I can assure you your friendship has always been held in great appreciation. Until we meet again rest in piece my dear friend.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I will surely miss you at the Thanksgiving table !!!! You and Dad are probably bragging in Heaven already about your big deer hunts!!

  8. Sandy Humphrey says:

    May God’s blessings and Peace be with you . Bob was way too young to leave this earth.

  9. Sandi says:

    No memory to share…just wanted to say …gone way too soon!

  10. MARSHA FERRELL says:

    Bob was a good guy. He spent a lot of time in the woods hunting for that big buck. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

  11. Jason Jeffers says:

    Hope your smoking a nice cigar in Heaven as you finished your Journey on Earth. I’m grateful to have known you, just couple of years of good memories . Rest In Peace Bob.

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