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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 know I dont know you but my teacher Ms Moore does and she said you were a great person. So hopefully we will meet some day

*** Posted by Lucas johnson on 2006-09-11 ***

My teacher Deb Moore told us about her friend Karen and what a wonderful and loving person she was. Im sorry for your loss and I will always remember her.

*** Posted by Kyle Schuster on 2006-09-11 ***

Karen, I truely miss your smile in the halls of building 1 at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. I know on earth you were always dedicated in helping people, especially soldiers, and I know you are an ANGEL watching over us now while you are in heaven. MAY GOD BLESS YOU!

*** Posted by Connie Albright on 2006-09-11 ***

I was married to Karen's brother Warren and we have a daughter Kathrin Kim, and even though I had only known Karen for a short time, her death leaves a deep hole in my heart. I am still close friends with Warren and I have dedicated my life to the fight against terrorism. KAREN you will always be remembered be Kathrin and myself, Love,  Renate Wagner

*** Posted by Renate Wagner on 2006-07-27 ***

Karen was a wonderful person, family member, and an excellent Military leader. 

She made so many contributions in this world in a very short amount of time. 

I continue to pray for her mother (Mattie), her only sister (Kim my Sister-In-Law), her brothers (Karl & Warren) and her nephew (Kim’s son Renee). 

The Wagner’s are a very strong as well as proud family. 

May God continue to bless and guide this family.

With Love Always,

The Kyle Family (Indiana)

*** Posted by James (Vick) E. Kyle, RN on 2006-06-20 ***

I was sitting in Applebees at lunch today and saw the pictures of LTC Wagner up on the wall.  It aroused my curiousity so I did an internet search when I got home.  I was impressed with the quality of individual that LTC Wagner seemed to portray and would like to offer my appreciation for her service to our country.

*** Posted by Terah on 2006-04-20 ***

LTC Wagner you changed my life at Walter Reed and help mold me into the solider I am today. You are missed. I know you are looking down from heaven on us helping us be all we can be.

SPC Aiha Jones

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2006-02-17 ***

I knew her from Judson during my sophmore year.  I didn't know what happened to her during the attacks on 9-11 until a few years after the fact.  When they decided to build a second High School in Judson ISD and named it after Karen, it all came back me.  I remember her as a caring and sometimes funny person.  I'm glad to have known her.  God bless Karen and comfort her family.

Scott Newberry, MSgt, USAF
Judson High Graduate 1981

*** Posted by MSgt Scott Newberry, USAF on 2006-02-15 ***

I just simply was grief-stricken and couldn't find the words to adequately express my sorrow in the knowledge that this world had been robbed of Karen Wagner.  I went to Judson High School and graduated with Karen in 1979.  We were both very involved with student government and held many leadership positions in coordination with each other.  She was a tremendous leader with such convictions of honor, integrity and such a wonderful sense of humor.  She was a powerhouse of talent and God definately used her to bless so many.  I know the heavens are rejoicing to have her in their midst, despite the void her exodus from this finite world has left. My heart, warm thoughts and prayers go out to her family and loved ones who remain.  May God enfold you and comfort you and encourage you in your loss.  I love you sister... Your sister in Christ and fellow Karen...

*** Posted by Karen Garritson on 2006-01-14 ***

I am very honored to be a student at a school named after a hero like Lt.Col. Karen J. Wagner. I am in the Army JROTC and I am 2nd Lt.Cole. I'm looking for more information on Lt.Col. Karen J. Wagner because I am writing a newsletter for the Army JROTC and I want to make sure that the Parents know how important this school is to us. On Friday, September 9th, the Army ROTC, faculty and the whole student body stood at attention in honor of Lt.Col. Karen J. Wagner. I think we all did a great job in honoring this wonderful person.

*** Posted by Student from Wagner High on 2005-09-12 ***

I am blessed to be an Assistant Principal at Karen Wagner High School opened on August 22, 2005...
In Karen's honor, I have initiated, "Young Women of Wagner" (YWOW), a girlz club in honor of Karen and all that she exemplified.  Our first meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 7, 2005.  I am so very excited!

*** Posted by Angela E. Pennington on 2005-09-02 ***

LTC Karen Wagner was from Converse, TX. It is a suburb of San Antonio, TX. A High school is being named in honor of her. It opens this coming year.

*** Posted by SSG Tony Brown on 2005-06-27 ***

I miss your smile and hugs.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2003-10-18 ***

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