Tom Dean Wagoner, 73, Bourbon, passed away Oct. 10, 2019, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Plymouth.
He was born the son of Roland and Bertha (Wenger) Wagoner March 19, 1946, at Plymouth. He has been a lifelong Bourbon resident and a graduate of Triton School Corporation in 1964 and he worked in father’s International Harvester Farm Equipment as a parts dealer. Later on he worked for Rader farm equipment of Bremen. He had a passion for motorcycles, especially his own, where traveled out west on that bike and also loved prairie dog hunting with his friend, Herb Schaetzle. He shared his christian faith at Bourbon Bible Church where he was a member.
One of Tom Wagoner’s proud moments was serving his country in the United States Army, Corps of Engineers during the Vietnam War.
Those who will greatly miss Tom are: his wife Diana and children: Tom Dean and Barbara Wagoner lll of Etna Green; and their children: Robiyn and Kaycee; Angi and Fred Hathway of North Manchester; and their children: Tyler, Hannah, Matthew, Holly and Kylie: Tim Berger of Bourbon; and his children: Robby and Magen; Tracy and William Ville of Warsaw; and their children: Sam and Jack and seven great-grandchildren. Also surviving is his sisters: Patty Bauer of Plymouth; Bobbi Brunk of Plymouth; Margi Heckley of Indianapolis; and Jo Wagoner of Plymouth.
Those who have preceded in death are his parents, grandson Jacob Berger and brother Bill Wagoner.
The family will receive friends for a time of visitation from 4-8 p.m., on Monday, Oct. 14, at Bourbon Bible Church. A service to celebrate Tom Wagoner’s life will be held Tuesday in the church with Pastor Larry Goss officiating. Burial will take place in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Bourbon.
The Deaton-Clemens Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with the arrangements for the family.