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In Tribute to Lt. Col. Karen Wagner
40 years old.   Residence: Houston, Texas
Died in Pentagon

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As we near September 11, 2012 Dear Karen I will once again get out the memorial bracelet I have with your name on it, wear it and pray for your family.

*** Posted by LTC Foreman on 2012-09-09 ***

four days ago we visited ground zero. my daughter went directly to the place where the name of karen j. wagner is without knowing what we would read. it gaves me a shiver about the name we read. I am in deep thought of karen and all the other people who died on this place. god bless all her friends and family.

*** Posted by Karin Wagner on 2012-08-29 ***

To Kym and the Wagner Family

Have thought about you often and the suffering that you have gone through with the loss of Karen. I remember Kym you talking to Karen for hours when we were roomies and how happy she could make you. I miss talking with you and keeping in touch. May God continue to watch over your family and keep Karen safe in his arms until we will meet her again.

*** Posted by Pam Davis-Anderson on 2011-09-20 ***

It is truly an honor to be graduating from Karen Wagner High School this next spring, which was named in memory of you. Wagner has become a strong name in San Antonio, and we represent the Wagner name proudly. Everything we do, is in honor of you. And we never forget that here at Wagner.

*** Posted by B.N.R. on 2011-09-17 ***

Hi Karen,
just want you to know, we think of you!
May you rest in peace!

Renate Wagner with your nice Kathrin Kim

*** Posted by Renate Wagner on 2011-09-13 ***

You were such an awesome person and a wonderful friend to us for years. You are missed, but your tremendous legacy of love, friendship, duty, and honor will live on forever.

Cedric and Sharon Brown
Jonesboro, Georgia

*** Posted by Cedric and Sharon Brown on 2011-09-12 ***

On this ten year anniversary, Remembering and honoring the life of a fellow soldier and friend. Karen, you will never be forgotten.

*** Posted by Benita on 2011-09-11 ***

Wow...Words cannot express how proud I am to have known you...high school memories that are truly cherished...I love and miss you...God Bless!

*** Posted by Denise Spencer on 2011-09-11 ***

It was an honor to know you and serve with you. I will never forget the laughs we had at the Walter Reed Dinning In! Rest In Peace.

*** Posted by CPT Scott Lunato on 2011-09-11 ***

I recently read about Lt Col Wagner in the September issue of Texas Monthly and I was very moved by her story of dedication to our beloved country and Army. May God Bless her soul and may her family find comfort in knowing she touched so many lives. Never forgotten.

*** Posted by Clarissa Sarino on 2011-09-10 ***

Karen Its been ten years since GOD called you home. I still remember your beautiful smile and your warm personality. We were all at Judson together and that now seems like an eternity. GOD blessed me to know you and I think of you often and I keep your family in my daily prayers. You are truly loved and missed, and you will be remembered forever. Love ya!

*** Posted by Paulette Winston White on 2011-09-09 ***

GOD TRULY BLESSED ME WITH MOT ONLY A GOOD FRIEND BUT AWESOME CLASS MATE AND I MISS HER ALOT. KAREN WE KNOW YOU ARE LOOKING DOWN SAYING MY OH MY.....IM LOVED BY ALL.
WE LOVE YOU AND I WILL FOREVER MISS YOU

*** Posted by cynthia bee on 2011-09-09 ***

Your legacy will live forever through the lives you touched.Peace be with you…

*** Posted by SSG Johnson on 2011-09-08 ***

Karen, we love and miss you.

*** Posted by Alana Walker on 2011-09-05 ***

I want to thank all of those who posted regarding my sister Karen. Know that she loved all she knew and those she did not know...she would have loved also. Your prayers and support have certainly encouraged our family and we ask that God finds favor upon your lives always. Much love has been extended to you---from my house to yours.

*** Posted by Kim J. Wagner on 2011-07-05 ***

Dear Karen:

In the year we spent as neighbours in Alexandria, you became very special to my family. I'll never forget the first day Chris met you when the realtor showed you the house. He came to me and said he picked you to be our new neighbour ;) I'm sad that you never got to witness the wonderful young man my son Keegan has become. He loved you and couldn't wait to come home from the babysitter to run next door to see you! It's comforting to know that we will have a wonderful neighbour waiting to greet us when we get to heaven. You've touched our hearts, Karen...until our paths cross once more, may you rest in peace.

Love,
The Lee Family

*** Posted by Janina Lee on 2011-05-02 ***

I never had the privilege of meeting Col. Wagner, but she has indeed left us with a great legacy.

*** Posted by Spencer on 2010-11-20 ***

I didn't know Ms. Karen, but I did see the school that was named after her. It is such a beautiful building! I have never seen anything so beautiful named after such a beautiful person.

*** Posted by Rosa Turner on 2010-10-12 ***

I attended HS with Karen. She was in the class before me, but everyone knew who she was. Her charisma made her stand out, and she just drew people in with her smile. So talented and athletic and dedicated. A great loss. The first time I visited the school that was named after her, I was in awe. Appropriate that they chose such a great example for those students.

*** Posted by Maria Munoz-Goodrich on 2010-09-13 ***

Although Karen graduated from Judson earlier than I did, I did meet her through friends. I would offer a prayer to her friends and family; God Bless.

*** Posted by William O. Towery on 2010-09-12 ***


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