Anna Wagner

September 27, 1926 - November 4, 2020
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Anna Wagner, 94, of New Philadelphia, died Wednesday, November 4, 2020 in Amberwood Manor at New Philadelphia following a period of declining health.

A daughter of the late Fred and Marie (Marsh) Wagner, Anna was born September 27, 1926 at Dover, Ohio.

Anna was a longtime employee of the New Philadelphia Municipa…

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Anna Wagner, 94, of New Philadelphia, died Wednesday, November 4, 2020 in Amberwood Manor at New Philadelphia following a period of declining health.

A daughter of the late Fred and Marie (Marsh) Wagner, Anna was born September 27, 1926 at Dover, Ohio.

Anna was a longtime employee of the New Philadelphia Municipal Building where she worked in the custodial department. She enjoyed reading the newspaper every morning as well as completing crossword puzzles and attending yard sales. Anna will also be remembered for being a “hardcore cleaner”.

She is survived by her brother, Fred Wagner of New Philadelphia, several nieces and nephews and other extended family members.

Anna was preceded in death by her parents and siblings, Louise Stevens, Nettie Bober, Molly Jones and Joe and Frank Wagner.

In keeping with Anna’s wishes, there will be no calling hours or services and cremation will take place through the care of the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia.

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Born: September 27, 1926
Died: November 4, 2020

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Ellen Stevens Schelble posted on 11/9/20

Annie was my mother's younger sister. She was my "fun" aunt. My first sleepovers were with her when I was a little girl. She allowed me to stay up late while we watched movies and ate snacks. I remember watching April Love and State Fair starring Pat Boone, her favorite actor. Early morning wake ups would come all too soon, because I would go to work with her at the Broom Shop. After her morning shift, we would visit Grandma and Grandpa and then catch an episode of Love of Life or The Secret Storm. Pretty cool stuff for a little kid. She liked Elvis Presley, American history and watching tennis matches, especially when Pete Sampras played. She was a whiz at crossword puzzles and closely followed the news and national politics. Her favorite color was always green, no matter the shade. Annie was strong, independent, hardworking, resilient and persistent. During a visit home in the fall last year, the last time I saw her, we went for a drive and did a little shopping. She was too proud to use a walker and preferred to push the shopping cart for support. I was talking to another customer in the store while I waited for her to finish. He asked me how old she was and I told him that she was 93. He said that he hoped he would be doing so well when he was 93. I had to agree. It was a good day and one I happily remember. My love and sympathies to Fred and Greg.

 

Jeff Harrop posted on 11/6/20

To Fred and Greg; sorry to hear of the passing of anna. She was with us for a lot of years;

 

Cindy Alesiano posted on 11/5/20

My Dearest friend Annie was one of the most Independent Woman I have ever known. We spent endless hours talking and laughing when she would come to the police station every morning. She kept the place spotless! After she retired. She still came in and visit with me! She always sent me cards for every occasion! She was a wonderful person, I have an Angel she gave me... That has always been my "Annie Angel". Rest in Peace Dear Friend!

 

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