James Donald Wagner, Jr.

James Donald (Jim) Wagner, Jr. 64 of Woodstock died Saturday, March 2, 2013.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, March 8, 2013, 11:00 am at St. John Bosco Roman Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Sunset View Memorial Gardens.

Mr. Wagner was born September 21, 1948. He was the son of the late George and Helen Smith Brill.  He was a Life Member of the Woodstock Volunteer Rescue Squad where he served as Captain and had over forty years of service. He also served as the chairperson of the EMS Exchange program with the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads. Jim was a Navy veteran serving during Vietnam and in the Naval Reserve for many years.  Jim had his own business as a mechanical engineer and most recently was employed at The Smokehaus and the Valley Health Heart Attack Risk Program.  Jim was a lifelong musician playing in several local bands, making many friends, and sharing his talent.

He is survived by his wife, Karen D. Wagner of Woodstock; a son, Robert DuBrueler and wife Susan of Maurertown; and five grandchildren that he greatly adored, Brooklyn DuBrueler, Nathan Shank, Matthew Shank, Austin Shank, and Milo DuBrueler.

The family will receive friends Thursday evening March 7th from 6 to 8 pm at the Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock.

Pallbearers will be Gary Dalton, Richard Hockman, Brian Shank, Keith Alexander, Andy Daniel, and Mike Seal. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Woodstock Volunteer Rescue Squad.

The family requests that memorial contributions be made to St. John Bosco Roman Catholic Church, 315 N. Main St. Woodstock, VA 22664 or Woodstock Volunteer Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 221, Woodstock, VA 22664

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9 Condolences to James Donald Wagner, Jr.

  1. Nellie Ritchie and Family says:

    Karen and family, we are sadden to hear of your loss. You family and squad family are in our thoughts and prayers. Cherish the memories for they will bring you comfort.

    Nellie and Jeff Ritchie
    Broadway Emergency Squad

  2. Jim and Shelia Thibodeaux says:

    Karen, we are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.

    I will miss my brother. Jim and I were starting to plan a visit down here in Louisiana.
    He has left me with so many memories and could never had repaid him for all that he
    did for me.

    Jim “TIB” Thibodeaux

  3. Danny Lambert says:

    Jim, I will miss you and seeing you in the old blue
    Dodge. Sorry I will not be around Friday to say
    good bye.

  4. Gary Casteel says:

    Karen:
    I was shocked to hear of Jim’s passing! Jim was quite a guy and was a valuable part of the team way back when. Each time I think of the patent days on Main St. I smile and remember all the personalities. Jim in particular, with his “statements” coming from behind the dividers and roars of laughter afterwards by the entire room. We will all miss him.
    Much love to you and the family.

  5. Dory Argiro says:

    You all have my deepest sympathy in the loss of Jim. I worked with him on the HARP team for 2 years. He was a great team player and always fun to be around. I will keep him and his family in my prayers.
    May you rest in peace, Jim, you will be miss by all.

    With Sincere Sympathy,
    Dory Argiro

  6. DeeDee "Kerhart" Seidel says:

    Karen, I was shocked when I heard the news! My heart is aching for you & wish I could be there to give you a big hug. At least I can thank God that you have a huge support system & will have more than enough love around you at this difficult time. I live in Ohio now & will not be able to make it down to you this week.

    Jim, you keep an eye on this girl & keep her straight!!!

    Love you both so much!

    DeeDee

  7. George & Maria Pereira (Tony's Pizza) says:

    Karen and Family,
    We are sorry for your loss. He was a great man. We will keep you in our prayers.

  8. Winchester Umpires Association says:

    Jim was a long time member of our organization. We appreciate his many years of dedicated service to area youth and our condolences go out to his wife Karen and family.

  9. Maxine Kerns says:

    Jim’s passing was an absolute shock & we can not express to Karen & her family words during this time. We enjoyed picking on Jim and likewise, he gave it right back! How we will miss sharing with this one of a kind guy! Love, thoughts & prayers to all of his family & friends. Maxine, Judy, Sis, Floyd & Lilli…. Winchester friends……