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Daniel T. Wagner
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Daniel T. “Barney” Wagner, Sr., 52, of Lake Wynonah, passed away in the comfort of his home on Wednesday, April 25th, 2018.
Born November 8th, 1965, Dan was the son of the late William and Frances
(Schilling ) Wagner. He graduated from North Schuylkill High School in 1983. He went on to further his education at Williamsport Area Community College, where he studied to be an electrician and graduated in 1985. He was a hardworking, lifelong manufacturing electrician by trade.
Dan was a fun, loving man who created many memories with everyone he loved. He enjoyed his morning coffee rides, drifting on the water in his boat, and dancing to oldies in the kitchen with an ice cold Miller High Life. He shared his love for fishing and boating with his children, friends and family. His smile, laugh and fishing secrets will live on in the hearts of those he loved.
He is survived by his children, Daniel T. Wagner, Jr.; Alexis E. Emerich and Edward M. Emerich Jr. and wife Alissa; brother William Wagner and wife Amy, Wernersville, PA; sister Lori Turley, Frederick, MD; sister Jennifer Miller and husband, Kevin, Smithsburg, MD; his 2 grandchildren, Brady Sverchek and Elena Emerich; and extended family and many friends. “Do not grieve for me for now I am free.” Donations can be made in memory of Daniel to:
Lake Wynonah Fish and Boat Committee
406 Navajo Drive
Auburn PA 17922
A celebration of life will be held at families discretion. Kull-Heizenroth
Funeral Home, Ashland is in charge.


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