Sharon Wagner

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Funeral services for Sharon Wagner, 67 year old Buffalo woman who passed away quietly at the Central Wyoming Hospice Home in Casper after an 8 year courageous battle with cancer, will be held Tuesday, September 30th at 10:00 a.m. from the Harness Funeral Home Chapel in Buffalo with Reverend Don Derryberry and Reverend Kyungsu Jung officiating. A private family interment will be held on the family ranch north of Lysite, Wyoming. Donations in Sharon’s memory may be made to the Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice in care of the Harness Funeral Home at 351 N. Adams in Buffalo. Online condolences may be left at www.harnessfuneralhome.com
Sharon Lorraine Wagner was born on February 20, 1947 in Los Angeles, California to Emil and Joyce Zeman. She moved with her mother at a very young age to the family ranch north of Lysite. She did her first two years of elementary school at a country school near the ranch and then moved into Shoshoni where she grew up and finished her schooling. She graduated as Valedictorian of the class of 1965 from Shoshoni High School. She was married on January 30, 1966 in Riverton to Doug Wagner and they made their home in Casper where Sharon attended Casper College. After two years in Casper she transferred to the University of Wyoming and they lived in Laramie where Sharon completed a Bachelor of Science in Business Education in 1970. In the summer of 1970 they moved to Buffalo where Sharon taught Business Education at Johnson County High School. In 1977 she went to work as an accountant for DeWitt Terry where she worked for several years before doing accountancy work for the YMCA and various groups. On September 1st, 1983 she went to work as Deputy County Treasurer and was elected as the Johnson County Treasurer and started her first term on January 1st, 1991. Sharon was continually elected to that office until ill health forced her to retire on December 31 of 2010. She continued living in Buffalo until her death.
She was a past member of The Buffalo Rotary Club, and a member of Compassionate Friends. She was also a member of the First United Methodist Church and Beta Sigma Phi. Sharon enjoyed gardening and loved spending time at the family ranch with her loved ones.
She is survived by her husband Doug of Buffalo; two sons, Shawn Wagner of Casper and Cory Wagner and his wife Aubrey of Houston and two granddaughters, Talyn Wagner of Casper and Devin Williams of Torrington, Wyoming. She was preceded in death by her parents, one son, one brother and two sisters.