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In loving memory of
Thomas “Tom” Anthony Wagner
  • September 29, 1938
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  • January 12, 2020

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Thomas “Tom” Anthony Wagner, 81, of Mount Dora, FL passed away suddenly from a massive stroke on January 12, 2020.  He was born in Antigo, WI on September 29, 1938 to Elma and Anthony Wagner.

Tom worked for ARA Services for 20 years. He owned and operated and RV Park in Mosinee, WI for 5 years.

Over the years he had several homes built where he did a lot of the work on his own. Tom would buy and sell houses putting his skills of Electrical, Carpentry, and Handyman work to good use. Tom also crafted duck and bird houses.  He liked gardening and yardwork, often finding clippings to see if he could get them to grow.

Tom and Linda moved to Lake County, FL in 1999. They spent time in Dillard, GA and Otto, NC where they had a summer home. They were able to cross off several items on their bucket list. They attended Nascar races in Charlotte, Daytona 500, and the Indy 500.  They sailed to Catalina and flew over Catalina at Sunset.  They explored Alaska on a cruise as well as the Caribbean.  Tom was proud of his 2 Ziplining adventures in Highland, NC.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents and sister Carole Wagner.

He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Linda; 2 sisters Kaye (Larry) Aiken of LaQuinta, CA and Darlene Koprek of Eagle River, WI; nieces Kelly and Dawn; nephew Kevin; and the love of his life, his dog, Miss Bailey.

Tom Cat used up his 9 lives.  He will be greatly missed.

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  1. joey lit a candle:
    01 Feb 2020
    Lit since February 1, 2020 at 2:57:36 PM

  2. Delores says:
    18 Jan 2020
    Linda, we are so sorry for your loss. We have fond memories of Tom and you from the campground days which were really fun. Please know we are thinking of you and that we will always be friends. Our sympathies to you and your family. Delores and Bill

  3. Wendell and Fran Belcher says:
    18 Jan 2020
    Linda, thinking of you at this time, Tom was certainly one of a kind, a good friend, will sure miss him!!!

  4. Jo Henson says:
    17 Jan 2020
    Linda, I am so very sorry for your loss. You two are one of my favorite couples. I will certainly miss his warm smile and great sense of humor. He always had a joke or a story to share. You are in my thoughts in prayers. May God comfort you during this very difficult time. I know you know you have so many friends who care and are here for you. Deepest Sympathy, Jo

  5. Linda Carlson &n Barbara Hysell says:
    17 Jan 2020
    Linda, we send our condolences on Tom's passing. We'll miss seeing him ride by on the golf cart with you and Bailey. He was a kind person with a great sense of humor.

    Linda and Barbara

  6. Kelly Bruesewitz says:
    17 Jan 2020
    Uncle Tom you will be greatly missed, you were always such a jokester, I remember when Dawn and I were little girls you gave us Monique’s doggie biscuits and told us they were cookies, which we didn’t get a chance to eat because you stopped us before eating them. Only one of the many, many cherished memories I remember. I love you, until we meet again

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