Thomas (Tom) Wagner
|Posted 2017-02-14 by Judy Wight Branson|
|Prescott Evening Courier, Prescott, Arizona|
Thursday, February 25, 1926, page 4, column 5
Tom Wagner Passes Away
Death claimed Tom Wagner at the age of 63 yesterday noon at the Mercy hospital, after his removal there the day previous in the throes of pneumonia.
Mr. Wagner was probably one of the most widely known stockman in Arizona, having resided in the state for more than 40 years, during which time he was actively in touch with the cattle industry on nearly every range in the state.
For many years in the employ of Coburn Brothers as foreman of their vast stock interests in the state. Mr. Wagner was located at the Horse Shoe ranch for a number of years. When this unit of Coburn's interests passed into receivership, Wagner went to Mexico to assume active charge of their interests there. He returned to Prescott but a month ago for a visit. A few days after his arrival here he was taken sick, but was not considered in a serious condition until the last few days.
Funeral services for Mr. Wagner will be held Saturday morning at Ruffner's chapel, Rev. J. S. MacKinzie officiating and burial will take place at the Citizen's cemetery.
Transcriber's note: The is no headstone marking the burial site of Mr. Wagner at the Citizen's Cemetery in Prescott, Arizona.
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