OBITUARY

Harold Lee Wagner

September 29, 1949March 23, 2013
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Harold Lee Wagner, 63, of Phoenix, AZ passed away on March 23, 2013. Born on September 29, 1949 in Mesa, AZ. In 1968, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and became a Vietnam Veteran where he was awarded the Purple Heart. Over the years, Lee became an avid Savers and Goodwill shopper where he would find little treasures to give away to family and friends. Lee is survived by his wife of 38 years, Juanita, two children, Lisa (Ray) Rivera and Sammy (Leslie) Wagner. He was also the Tata to twin granddaughters, Victoria and Aubree, who he absolutely adored! "Babe" "Dad" and "Tata", we love and miss you so so so so so much! Services to honor this one-of-a-kind man on Friday, March 29th at 10am at Resthaven Park located at 4310 E. Southern Ave, Phoenix. www.resthavenpark.com

Services

  • Visitation at Resthaven Park Mortuary Friday, March 29, 2013
  • Funeral Service Friday, March 29, 2013
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Juanita Wagner

March 23, 2014

I cannot believe it's been a year since you have been gone. I miss you so much. Sometimes I think of something you said that made me laugh and I start laughing. Sometimes I read something in the newspaper that I think you would be interested in and I cry because you're not here for me to share. Laughing or crying keeps you in my heart where you will be forever. Babe, until I see you again, love always.
Mom

Sammy Wagner

March 23, 2014

Missing you today and wish I could talk to you. Love you Dad.
-Sammy

MARTHA VOGT

March 22, 2014

MY BROTHER IS GONE BUT HE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU HAIRLEY LEE. YOUR SISTER MARTHY

Sammy Wagner

September 30, 2013

Dad,
We went fishing this weekend and thought of you the entire time. I brought the poles and lanterns that you gave us over the years and the only thing that would have made it perfect would have been if you were there. Missing you.
Love,
Sammy & Leslie

MARTHY

September 29, 2013

happy birthday Harold lee, went and sat on the ground today and wished you happy birthday ,and to talk for while. I thank you and juana so much for spending all those days with me. when you were so sick yourself, I wish I could helped you. I did get too make you moms bean pattys. we seen Juanas bear and card she left you. I MISS YOU ALL THE TIME LOVE YOUR SISTER MARTHY AND STEVE

Lisa

September 29, 2013

Happy Birthday Dad! I love you.

Juana

September 29, 2013

Happy Birthday, Babe! Love, Mom

steve vogt

September 25, 2013

We will all meet again

Christy

July 22, 2013

Thinking of you on this Monday morning. It's a beautiful day. Sadness still fills my heart, wish you were here.

STEVE

July 22, 2013

This is what I think about Lee...in the early days we both were protecting the "same girl", his sister and my girlfriend. After the inital confrontation, we settled down. I liked that and so did Lee. We shook hands and had a beer! Many years after we were no longer just friends, we were FAMILY. When Marthy first got sick. She was really sick "GOD HELP HER" and he did. God sent his angel, "Harold Lee". Lee and Juanita came for weeks to help. When Lee came, there were Sparks in Marthy's eyes. Lee brought her stuffed animals (he bought at Goodwill) CRAZY! Lee and Juanita stayed until Marthy was laughed out... Opps, don't forget the red beer. Lee is in trouble and in the hospital. We don't know why? Christy and I went to visit Lee. He looked okay, not good, but okay. After he got his check up we entered the room again. He was still all smiles...Going home tomorrow and seeing Martha. Martha as sick as she was couldn't not visit Lee while he was in the hospital. So, she was waiting for Lee to get home. Well, that night God called his Angel home. Martha was HEARTBROKEN. The tears were plenty. She didn't get to even speak to him....

Thank you Harold Lee for a lifetime of memories I continue to share, especially with Sammy and Lisa. We will see you later.

STEVE "Bernard"