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"Obituary - Leo P. Wagner"

Name: Leo P. Wagner

Married: Clara Pabst

Birth date: January 02, 1905

Death date: April 02, 1979

Death location: Red Bud, Randolph County, Illinois

Burial date: April 1979

Burial location: Green Mountain Cemetery, Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois.

Name of publication: Unknown

Location: Randolph County, Illinois

Date published: April 1979

Additional Information: Leo P. Wagner and the Rev. Kenneth Knobloch are both related to Jacob (Jr.) Knobloch that married Elizabeth "Lizzie" Wagner.


 


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Title: Funeral Yesterday For Leo Wagner

Leo P. Wagner, 74, R. R. 2, Red Bud, was pronounced dead on arrival April 2, 1979, at St. Clement Hospital, Red Bud.

His funeral took place Tuesday from the Dashner Funeral Home, Red Bud, with the Rev. Kenneth Knobloch officiating. Burial was in Green Mount Cemetery in Belleville.

Mr. Wagner was born Jan. 2, 1905, in Red Bud, a son of Otto and Lena Wagner, nee Scherle. He was married Feb 20, 1935, in Waterloo to the former Clara Pabst.

He is survived by his wife; a son Leo H. Wagner of Lenzberg; a daughter, Dorothy Spiller of Granite City; two brothers, Eugene of Lamay, Mo. and Clarence of Cahokia; a sister, Adelia Groessling of Waterloo; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three brothers.


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