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Randall S. Wagner, 85, of Independence, went to be with the Lord Thursday, May 9, 2013 in Louisville. He retired after 34 years with the U.S.P.S. as a mail carrier, for many years Randall was an associate with Swindler & Currin Funeral Homes, He was in the Merchant Marines in WWII, was a Life member of the KY PTA, a member of the Bradford Masonic Lodge # 123 F&AM in Independence, Indra Consistory Scottish Rite, Syrian Shrine of Cincinnati, American Legion Moon Brothers Post 275, Morehead State Alumni Association, a member of the Union College Alumni Association, Simon Kenton Athletic Hall of Fame, former member of Brucewood Presbyterian Church, a member of Lakeside Presbyterian Church, Ft. Mitchell Breakfast Prayer Group, and a former board member of No. KY
, founding member of the Independence Senior Citizens Building, and was named one of the 100 top living Cincinnatians at the Cincinnati 150 th Anniversary. Preceded in death by sister Helen "Dodo" Williams in 1990, and his mother Helen and step-father Jim Mann. Survivors include his wife of 64 years Patsy Jo Wagner (nee Spangler); sons Stephen (Renee) Wagner of Rancho Cucamonga, Ca, Gary (Glenda) Wagner of Louisville and Tim (Margaret) Wagner of Lexington; 9 grandchildren Amanda Wagner Cocco, Gary Kidwell, Sara (Yaron) Shvartz, Joey (Nikki) Wagner, Scarlet (Scott) Mattingly, Brad (Stephanie) Wagner, Dustin (Melanie) Harrison, Aaron Harrison and Jessica Wiser also 14 great grandchildren. Visitation 4-8 PM Monday, May 13, 2013 at SIMON KENTON HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM, 11132 Madison Pike, Independence and funeral 10:30AM Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at LAKESIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 2690 Dixie Highway, Lakeside Park, Ky. Interment with military honors at Independence Cemetery. Memorials to Lakeside Presbyterian;
,297 Buttermilke Pike, Ft. Mitchell, or Simon Kenton Athletic Association, 11132 Madison Pike, Independence. SWINDLER & CURRIN FUNERAL HOME-INDEPENDENCE serving the family. For private online condolences go to swindler-currinfh.com
Published in the Kentucky Enquirer from May 11 to May 12, 2013