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November 13, 1937 ~ January 2, 2024 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Jerry Wagner, a beloved and respected member of the Billings community, who left us on Jan. 2, 2024, at the age of 86. Born on Nov, 13, 1937, in Billings, Montana, Jerry lived a life filled with dedication, service, and love.
Jerry was a proud Billings native who found his true calling in the city he cherished. After a brief time in Minnesota and California, he realized that Billings was not just a place on the map, but the heartbeat of his existence. Determined to build a life there, he returned to Billings and remained a proud resident for the rest of his days.
Having served in the Air Force, Jerry brought a strong sense of duty and commitment to everything he undertook. However, it was in the realm of real estate that he truly made his mark. Jerry became one of Billings’ best-known faces, gracing benches and buses citywide with images capturing him in action as a dedicated and respected realtor. His passion and expertise earned him the prestigious title of Montana State's Realtor of the Year, a testament to his unwavering commitment to his profession.
Jerry’s legacy extends beyond his professional achievements. As a loving husband, he is survived by his devoted wife, Marlene Wagner, who stood by his side through thick and thin. His memory will also live on through his two sons, Zan Wagner and Neil Wagner, and his cherished granddaughter, Sydney Wagner.
A celebration of Jerry’s life will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10, at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 2055 Woody Drive, where friends, family, and the community can gather to remember and honor the remarkable man who touched so many lives. Jerry will be remembered not only for his professional accomplishments but also for his warmth, kindness, and enduring love for the city and community he made his home. May he rest in eternal peace.