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Dale B. Wagner

July 3, 1961 — March 7, 2023

Olean- Dale B. Wagner “Loving Husband, Brother & Uncle” Dale Wagner, 61 of 2222 Johnson Road, passed way on Tuesday, March 7, 2023 at the Cuba Memorial Hospital after a courageous 13 month battle with Glioblastoma with his wife by his side. Born July 3, 1961 at the Cuba Memorial Hospital. He was the son of Herbert L. and Ethel L. Prentice Wagner. On November 19, 1983 he married Cynthia Meyers who survives. Dale graduated from Angelica High School in 1979. He took Boces courses in building trades. Dale worked at Fassett Lane Lumber in Wellsville shortly after graduation. He then spent over 30 years in the Olean area doing contract cleaning. Then went to join the team at the Olean General Hospital in March of 2018. It saddened him to have to leave his job because of his diagnosis. Dale still had high hopes of getting better and going back to work. Dale will forever be known as a hardworking man. He was detail oriented and highly organized in everything he did. Dale didn’t like being called a perfectionist, he just liked things done right. Dale was so gifted in so many ways. He did his own home projects. Dale truly had a gift for woodworking and was looking forward to retirement to be able to use his tools he had collected through the years. Dale enjoyed the simple things in life. He enjoyed time spent with his family and friends. Looking back Dale wished he had spent more time with his dear nieces and nephews. He loved sitting around a campfire and going for long walks with his wife. He enjoyed the wildlife in his backyard. He also enjoyed watching the Buffalo Bills play. Dale’s faith in his Heavenly Father Jehovah gave him strength to endure his terminal illness. He encouraged others by his faith in God’s Kingdom to look forward to the time when no one will ever be sick again. Dale leaves behind his loving wife of 39 years, Cindy and 5 siblings, Myrna Brodman of Henrietta, Dave Wagner of Bullhead City, AZ, Julie Bray of Olean, Zena Rittenhouse of Angelica and Daren Wagner of Alpharetta, GA and several nieces and nephews. Dale was predeceased by his parents. A special thanks to all of you family, friends, and neighbors for all your prayers and support and meals during this difficult journey. A special thanks also to Roswell Cancer Center and the caring staff at the Cuba memorial Hospital. As per Dale’s request there will be no memorial service. Burial will be at a later date in the Short Tract Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Letro-McIntosh-Spink Funeral Home, Inc., 646 E. State St., Olean. Online condolences may be made at www.letromcintoshspinkfuneralhome.com If you wish you may make a donation to the Worldwide Work at donate.jw.org.
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