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John Wagonjack
  • Passed away on May 27, 2017

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John Charles Wagonjack, 81, of The Villages, FL, formerly of Roseville, MI, born in PortJack is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Barbara Jean (Murdock) Wagonjack, brother, William Wagonjack (Ohio), sister, Patricia (Wagonjack) Ravicz (CA), sister, Barbara (Wagonjack) Benner (WV), Daughter, Dawn (Wagonjack) DeFauw (MI), step-son, Doug Marks (FL), step-daughter, Debbie (Young) Walker (MI), three granddaughters, Jennifer (DeFauw) Malinaik (MI), Heather DeFauw (MI), Sara DeFauw (MI), and three great grandsons.
Huron, MI, Passed away peacefully May 27th, 2017, after a long fight with multiple illnesses. Known to many as, Jack, he was loved and adored. He was often called a Saint, a truly loving and caring man. Jack was devoted to his family and friends and he will be greatly missed by many whose hearts he touched.

Jack retired from Detroit Edison (DTE), where he was a member of IBEW Local #17, he was a veteran of the Army Reserve and National Guard, a Moose Club member, an avid golfer when he wasn’t  working as a courier for The Villages Mail. He and his wife enjoyed traveling, which included many cruises.

No services are planned at this time. Donations can be sent to Cornerstone Hospice, 601 Casa Bella, The Villages, FL, 32162 or NSUJL, 216 Main St FRNT, White Haven, PA, 18661. You can also go online to nsujl.org, for information on their organization and to donate. This is a non profit organization for fallen Linemen and their families. As you know Jack was a linemen until he retired.

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  1. Elaine Brown says:
    03 Jun 2017
    It was a pleasure working with Jack in the Villages Mailroom...such an outgoing person, would do anything to help anybody.
    Jack was always laughing and smiling at work, made others jealous because of his happy-go-lucky attitude. They wondered how someone could actually be so joyous.
    May he rest in peace. God bless his family always.

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