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

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I share Karen's story with everyone I come in contact with! I don't want anyone to forget what happened on that day and how they need to find purpose in their lives since we have lost so many great people on 9-11 and since that time with the war! Your family will remain in my prayers! Ya'll are awesome!

*** Posted by Melanie Jupe Valdez on 2010-09-12 ***

Karen was a awesome role model. She was a great student, friend, athlete, soldier, and all-around person. The world will misses her greatly. Thank you, Karen!

*** Posted by Brenda on 2010-09-12 ***

I went to junior high and high school with Karen. Karen was a wonderful, genuine person, and everyone liked her. It's still heartbreaking that she is gone. I'm proud to have known her.

*** Posted by Jerri Tanner on 2010-09-11 ***

Apparently she was a good person to what I learned today because I currently attend Karen Wagner High School in San Antonio, Texas and it's a very nice school and I'm sorry about her death.

*** Posted by Antonio Navarro on 2010-09-10 ***

Just wanted to send out a reminder that tomorrow is the anniversary of 9-11. Don't want people to forget what you did for our country. I am proud to say that my son who is 15 yrs of age goes to the school in San Antonio, TX named after you. Karen Wagner High School. My 11 yr old will be attending as well. Thank you for being who you were. A God send. God Bless and watch over us like the angel I know you are. 09-10-2010

*** Posted by Lisa on 2010-09-10 ***

Karen was always ready to listen to People. She was very carefully if she have to resolve conflict. Very professional, she was my best friend, she never wanted to hurt someone. She every time want to give 100% to her job respectful, always smiling, for me you are the best died by serving your country.

*** Posted by Merlin on 2010-09-04 ***

In honor of: Karen Wagner and the countless others whose lives were lost on the fateful day of September 11, 2001. Let us not forget!

*** Posted by Lillian on 2010-09-04 ***

Karen,

For me you are still alive. You will always be remembered by me and all my family. I miss your smile, God bless you.

With all my love,
Merlin

*** Posted by Merlin on 2010-09-01 ***

I always miss you.

With all my love,

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2010-08-29 ***

Psalm 23:6 NKJV "Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life." Although your physical life is no more, you will never be forgotten. From one personnelist(70F) to another, you'll always be accounted for (smile).

*** Posted by LTC Terry G. Owens on 2010-05-01 ***

I know that you hold a special seat in Heaven, Ms Karen. Because of the standards you set for your my is graduating with high class of 2011. Thank you.

*** Posted by laurel lango on 2010-04-12 ***

i think she was the best and she has influence me to go to one of the force of any military branches

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2009-10-27 ***

I worked with CPT Wagner at Walter Reed AMC, and she always had a bubbly attitude and joked a lot. As a SPC, I admired her professionalism and accomplishments and hoped to be like her in most ways. After 9/11/01, a number of us that served with CPT Wagner at Walter Reed came together to have lunch. You could FEEL the sadness in the room without saying a word. We all miss you so much, Karen. I pray that you are at peace and resting in God's loving arms. Love you!

*** Posted by Kim Isom on 2009-09-11 ***

Karen,

You are always in my thoughts! I truly miss your warm smile.... How you lighted up the room when you walked in! You didn't know a stranger because you always found a way to befriend someone. Then, how you were always a professional and excelled at WHATEVER you set your heart at! I will always love and adore my sister!

Miriam

*** Posted by Miriam on 2009-09-10 ***

I go to WHS WAGNER HIGH. I am in JROTC and learn a lot about you, Karen, and you are a hero to me, and I am honored to go to a school named after you, ma'am.

*** Posted by TIMOTHY CAVANAGH on 2009-03-27 ***

The great people will always live in the world, in our thoughts.

*** Posted by naveen on 2008-12-08 ***

As an African American military member, Karen served as an extraordinary role model to me. In 2002 our Master's team ran in her memory, wearing t-shirts with her image. Today, as I run in the Army Ten-Miler, I will again be wearing a tribute to her memory. She is missed by all who knew her.

*** Posted by Alicia Armstrong COL (Retired) USA,MC on 2008-10-05 ***

What a funny lady! I see her now: dancing in front of my desk just full of personality at the Medcom in Ft Sam Houston -- it was 1997ish. I'm still shocked by the tragedy, but have such fond memories of then, Major Wagner.

*** Posted by Sherry Fisher, US Army, Retired on 2008-09-13 ***

As a student at LTC Karen J. Wagner High school, I am deeply honored to attend such as school named after such an amazing person who was taken from this earth too early. The 9/11 ceremony this year was wonderful. I wish everyone could have seen it. Thank you for everything.

*** Posted by Victoria Wixon, C-Co Commander 2008 on 2008-09-13 ***

I was stationed with the 85th Evacuation Hospital, Fort Lee, Va, when Lt. Wagner reported as our Hospital Adjutant. I believe she was a 2nd Lt (Butter Bar). She looked like a little kid, not much older that most of us soldiers. She radiated sunshine and treated everyone with kindness. She also motivated us to do more than was expected of us. Recently I found out that she was in the Pentagon, on 9/11. It felt as if it had happened all over again. I could see Karen's face, and it became personal. My heart was crushed that such a beautiful and lively person could have been taken from us, in the prime of her life. Being a fire fighter, my heart naturally went out to the 343 firefighters that fell that fateful day. I will never forget Karen as we shall always remember the victims of 9/11. Rest in Christ's Devine Light Karen.
Marty

*** Posted by Martin J. Martinez on 2008-09-11 ***


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