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Julie L Wagner

Julie Lynn (Yah Yah) Wagner, 15, of Manchester, died Friday, Oct. 7, 2016 at Meadowview Regional Medical Center in Maysville, Ky.  She was born Aug. 30, 2001 in Cincinnati.

She is survived by her parents  Derek and Susie Wagner of Manchester; her siblings, Heather Roush of Manchester, Cara (Trevor) Blankenship of Mt. Olivet, Ky., Grace Wagner of San Antonio, Texas, Hannah Wagner of Manchester, Ryan Wagner of Manchester and Ciara Wagner of Manchester; paternal grandmother, Linda Rossman of Manchester; one nephew, Em Proffitt of Manchester; one niece, Ariana Alexander of Manchester and several aunts, uncles, cousins and many more family and friends.

She had some very special teachers and aides at Manchester Local School that also loved her.  Yah Yah was a special child.  She would keep her brother and sisters up many nights with her loud voice, that you could not really understand, but she seemed to get her point across, but in the morning she would give you that million dollar smile and all would be forgotten.  Our home will wish we could hear her loud voice keeping us up one last time.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Lafferty Funeral Home, Inc., 205 South Cherry Street, West Union, Ohio 45693.

A private memorial service will be held at her home at the convenience of the family.  Lafferty Funeral Home in West Union is serving the family.

2 comments:

  1. Sweet Yah Yah is singing with the heavenly choir for sure. May the family be comforted knowing she is safe in the arms of Jesus. Much love to Susie, Derek and the rest of the family.

  2. I had the pleasure of seeing that million dollar smile when I visited 2 yrs ago at the home of Derek and Susie wagner!!! Prayers going out to ya’ll that God is comforting you at this time and that God’s peace fills you to overflowing!!! I know our heavenly Father is well pleased with the care and unconditional Love that your family gave to YaYa!! My brothers and sisters in Christ you all have servants hearts and God will strengthen you now and in the upcoming days for He will never leave you nor forsake you!!!lots of love,hugs and kisses coming from kelly and myself to you!!!

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