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© Alva Review-Courier
January 22, 2020
Submitted by: Glenn


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Buckley Dale Wagner

Buckley Dale Wagner
May 27, 1920 ~ December 26, 2019

Buckley Dale Wagner joined his beloved wife, LaQuita Wagner, on December 26, 2019. Pa Buck was born May 27, 1930, in Two Buttes, Colorado.

He is survived by his children, Ronald "Chip" Wagner, Carolyn Lee, Ben, Bob, and Rick Breed.

He is a proud grandfather and great grandfather to Sage, Colton, Bryce, Wyatt, Rhett, Danny, Chris, and Kynzlie Ann.

Pa Buck retired after 30 years with El Paso Oil & Gas in Bloomfield, New Mexico, and settled down on the Broken Circle W Ranch. He was featured in the Historical Encyclopedia of Colorado. He will be remembered for his unique skills of raising quarter horses and mules at Buck Pack – the Bestest in the Westest. His legacy continues at Bucks Livery in Durango, Colorado.

Buck is also a U.S. veteran.

There will be a celebration of life in the spring of 2020. 

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