Neil Lassion Wagoner

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Aug 13, 1936 – Oct 28, 2018 (Age 82)


August 13, 1936
October 28, 2018
Baton Rouge, Louisiana


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Neil Lassion Wagoner, passed away on October 28, 2018 surrounded by his family in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Neil was born on August 13, 1936 in Winnfield, Louisiana to Robert Lassion Wagoner and Minnie Heard Wilson and had two younger brothers, Bill and Terry. Neil is survived by his wife of 61...

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Martha, Cheri,Barry and Joey praying that the God of all comfort be with you in your time of lost.
The greatest comfort is knowing The Lord Jesus Christ has called him home.
Neil always had a sweet spirit. One could see the grace of God working in his heart.
Sorry we missed the funeral. We are in Tennessee, love in Christ, David and Susan Sevier

Sincere condolences to the family for your great loss. Please know that others share your grief and pray for God to comfort each of you during your time of mourning.

Martha,Cheri,Barry,Joey, and other family members,
I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful, Godly man. I have such cherished memories of knowing Neil back in the 60's and 70's. Blessings to all of you, Jim Mounts

Neil Wagoner a/k/a Paw Paw as many of us call him wwas the absolute BEST Sunday School Teacher in the whole wide world! I could not have asked for a better father-in-law, role model and teacher....EVER! Boy do I miss him dearly!! I've already cried so many nights and I'm sure there's many more to come in the next coming days as we lay Paw Paw to rest! Everyone who knows me, knows just how high that pedistal is where I always placed my dad and the only other person in the world who I would...

Neil Wagoner was such a good man. He was a role model for me during my teen years at Jefferson Baptist. Condolences to his whole family. Prayers for peace.

My thoughts and prayers are with you
Your angel from Oschners

Neil was a dedicated public figure for many years. I will cherish his leadership and his support for our state. I continue to tell of his recommendation in the 1980's to double deck the interstate system through Baton Rouge to address traffic as had been done in Texas and other states. He was a mentor and a friend of the construction industry and I had the privilege of serving with him at the Louisiana Good Roads and Transportation Association. My thoughts and prayers are for his family and...

My heart breaks for your family. I have the pleasure of knowing the Wagoner family. I've always enjoyed our visits and talk. I've always viewed Mr Neil & Mrs Martha as mentors of marriage, faith & family. Praying for Mrs Martha & all of the family.

(Hygienist for 19 years)

Neil was an angel who lived among us. One of the most wonderful Christians I have ever known. He had a calling to teach the Bible, and he obeyed that calling. I am truly blessed to have been a student of his. I give him praise and honor for helping my family towards the gift of salvation many years ago at JBC. Neil, you will be dearly, dearly missed by all of us who love you so much. Your crown must be very heavy with jewels. We grieve, not as others who have no hope. 1st Thessalonians 4:13....