Let the memory of Charlie be with us forever in our hearts
  • 34 years old
  • Born on September 20, 1981 .
  • Passed away on February 5, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Charles Wagner 34 years old, born on September 20, 1981 and passed away on February 5, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ashley Mcdonough on 5th February 2018
My Charlie, my cousin. I miss you so much. I find myself thinking of funny thing to tell you and stop myself to face reality. If only you could see the amazing bond our kids have. They are more than cousins, more like friends. That’s how you and I were. I miss you More than I can even speak about. Xoxo Ash
Posted by Patti Shavelson on 5th February 2018
Hi Andrea and Nina, Thank you both so much for sharing this beautiful tribute to Charlie. Looking at the photos, brought back wonderful memories. There isn't a week that goes by that I don't think of Charlie...his fantastic sense of humor, his playful personality and his love of Corina, his children, his family...and his joyful love of life. Love, Patti and Rich
Posted by Leslie Wagner on 5th February 2018
Like the song from Hamilton “ It’s quiet uptown... they are going through the unimaginable”.. going through isn’t quite right... never through... but the unimaginable is accurate.. uncharted waters. My Charlie, my baby, my beautiful boy. So many things he’d love to weigh on if he were here. So many games, politics, beautiful children: his own and his nieces,nephews, friends kids. He remains larger than life for us all and I hope will always. He has achieved mythical status with Eli “ my daddy could lift a car, my daddy could do this and that” .... I hope they and we always see him in that light and remember the joyous, funny moments he brought sparkle to us all. I cannot lie, there are some days I just hope to survive and others when I wish I could hear what he has to say about this and that: Trump, Super Bowl, the Warriors, just everything. The days you all share a picture or reminiscence or what he meant to you with me are sweet days. Let’s keep those and his memory alive for us all. Love, Leslie
Posted by Esther O'Riordan on 20th April 2016
Dear Family, Those we love do not go away, they walk beside us everyday. Sadly missed and forever loved, Butterfly kisses and Hummingbird hugs. With Love, Denise and Esther
Posted by Fred Oliai on 26th March 2016
I watched Charlie grow and embrace different roles in life since he was 14: A caring and present son to his parents, a fun and loving dad, a brother to me and his sisters, a loyal friend to his buddies from childhood, a fun uncle to my kids, etc. He was always there if you needed help. He had flaws, like all of us, but his character was sweet and kind. I am going to miss bantering with him about sports and life. Watching football, specially the 49ers will never be the same but I am certain that a lot of us will think of him when we watch games in the future. I miss you brother, but rest assured that your family is strong and we will look after your flock. You are gone, but not forgotten.
Posted by Nina Oliai on 24th March 2016
Like all of us, Charlie was imperfect, but he was at his best as a father and "fun" uncle. It was such a pleasure, as his big sister, to watch him grow from a rambunctious toddler to a dedicated father. We will all miss him and his mischievous sense of humor. I could not have asked for a more fun loving and adventurous brother. We will all miss you. The Oliais.
Posted by Mari Landauer on 21st March 2016
Our pleasure was to meet you and observe the place you held in so many hearts which will last forever.
Posted by Andrea O'Riordan on 20th March 2016
I think about you everyday and miss you every moment. All my love, a

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