James N. Wagner

Orlando, FL – James N. Wagner, 75 passed away peacefully on June 4, 2024 at Orlando Regional Medical Center after a short battle with cancer.

Born in Northampton, MA on Jan 20, 1949, he was the son of the late William and Norma Wagner of Baystate Village, Northampton, MA. Jim graduated from Northampton Public Schools and attended Northampton Community College. Jim proudly served in the U.S. Navy and was stationed in the Philippines and Guam during the Vietnam War.

After his service, he began working in the printing industry at Federal Paperboard Co. before moving to Orlando and opening his own business, Monarch Printing. He successfully ran this printing business for over 20 years, making many friends along the way. His retirement was spent enjoying the company of his friends and working with them on his and their home improvement projects. In addition, he spent many years assisting his friends with their aging parents.

In recent years, Jim kindly opened his home to several Ukrainian immigrants, driving them to school, work and other activities. If anyone needed help with anything, you could just call Jim. Jim lost his brother Pat in 2012. He leaves behind his brother Robert Wagner, niece Sara Goodhind and her children Owen and Ella, nephew Jeffrey Wagner and many cousins. His true love was his dog, STAR-BABY. Jim’s kind heart will be missed by so many. His final wish is to have more people helping others.

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