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He was employed by Sterling Faucet and retired after 40 years. Wagner and wife, Jean of Reedsville, six grandchildren; Brian Padovini, Joanna Padovini, Amber Wagner, Ronnie Mc Millen, Donnie Mc Millen, and Steve Mc Millen; two step - grandchildren, Donna Varner and Mickey Mc Cardle; ten great grandchildren, Patience Cartwright, Mason Sisler, Autumn Sisler, Preston Mc Cardle, A. Varner, Logan Varner, Bella Padovini, Evan Padovini, Olivia Mc Cardle, and Madison Mc Cardle; several great great grandchildren, and two sisters, Alice Hovatter of Rowlesburg and Barbara Jean Dillsworth of Terra Alta.He served in the US Army and enjoyed hunting and the outdoors. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 64 years, Nellie Margaret Nice Wagner; one son, Ronnie Ernest Wagner; one daughter, Helen Jean Mc Millen; one daughter in law, Deanna Wagner; one son in law, Joseph Padovini; two brothers, Ralph Wagner and Donald Wagner; and a sister, Margaret Teter.Junior "Hoppy" Roy Casseday, (1927-2017) of Masontown. At the early age of 15, he began working at the glass factory in Morgantown and later worked at Pittsburgh Valve (Sterling Faucet) in Reedsville.He then worked in several union mines in the area and retired from Consol Blacksville No 1 Mine. He was employed as a coal miner and retired from Consol Coal Company.

Field Funeral Home would like to dedicate this memorial page to all Preston County Veterans whom have served our country and protected our freedom.

Raymond Junior Wagner, (1931-2017) of Masontown, passed away at his home.