Steve Wagner |

Steve Wagner

Steve Wagner, aka “Waggy,” adored and loved by all, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008. He is survived by his loving wife, Julie; adoring daughters,Breanne and Margo; mother Miriam Wagmeister; brothers Robert, Gary and their families; and a vast array of friends from coast to coast.

Steve brought his family to the Roaring Fork Valley 10 years ago because of his love for the community, the mountains ” and his enthusiasm to get down the mountain so he could go back up again. In Aspen, Steve continued his CPA practice and branched into land development, but was most passionate for his family and friends. Steve volunteered with the Aspen Community Theatre, United Jewish Appeal and the Aspen Jewish Congregation.

Steve always was lending a helping hand, and schmoozing among friends and strangers ” and no one was a stranger for long. Steve’s passion for life was contagious, and he will continue to shine through his family and friends. Steve was as sweet, loving and kind as they come.

A service will take place at noon Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Aspen Chapel on Meadowood Road. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Alpine Bank for Breanne and Margo’s continuing education. The fund is the Wagner Memorial Account Education Fund for Children.

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