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Shelia Mary Wagner
Sheila Wagner, age 52, passed away on January 27, 2021 at home surrounded by her family. Sheila was born to Michael and Maura Kropatch on June 25, 1968 in Newcastle, Wyoming.
Sheila graduated from Powell High School in 1986, and then went on to earn her associate's degree at Northwest College. Sheila met Dennis Wagner in 1991, they fell in love and were married on May 29th, 1992. Together they welcomed their firstborn child, Sean, in 1997. Their daughter Michele was later born in 2001.
Sheila's two children were the light of her life. She devoted her life to taking care of them. She
spent her days as a stay at home mom often going into the school to volunteer in their
classrooms. Sheila spent her weekends in the bleachers cheering on and Michele in their
various activities. She was incredibly proud of them for all of their accomplishments.
One of Sheila's most admirable traits was her ability to make friends with anyone she came into contact with. There was not a thing that Sheila wouldn't do for someone in need. Her friends provided her with a support system like no other. She was blessed to be able to say her goodbyes with her closest friends.
In June of 2016 Sheila was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer that had metastasized to her bones. She fought tooth and nail for over 4 years. Her true strength radiated every day.
Sheila is survived by her husband Dennis Wagner, son Sean Wagner, daughter Michele Wagner, her mother Maura Wilber Kropatch, her father Michael Kropatch, her two sisters Sonja Jackson, and Anne Lawler (Ryan). She is also survived by her aunt Debbie Theisen (Pat), along with many nieces and nephews. Sheila was preceded in death by her maternal uncles Sean and Clint Wilber, her grandparents Gale and Kelly Wilber, and Emry and Frances Kropatch.
A funeral service will be held at St. Barbra's Catholic Church on February 4, 2021 at 10 A.M. with a reception following at the commons. The service will be live streamed on Thompson Funeral Home & Cremation Services Facebook page. If you are not on Facebook, go to Google and type in Thompson Funeral Home & Cremation Services Facebook page.
I met Sheila when Michelle and my son were in preschool together. A few years later she and her family bought a house just down the road from us. She was very kind and I enjoyed visiting with her. I had no idea she was ill and my deepest condolences to her children and husband.
Tori (Sims) Hinojosa Feb 1 2021 12:00 AM
I am so sorry to hear this. I met Sheila when Sean and my son, Zac, started preschool. The boys remain friends and we cheered them on in their various sports from bleachers all over the state. She was a kind, friendly woman that loved her family and was completely devoted to them. Rest in peace Sheila, in the loving arms of Christ. Condolences to the entire family.
Mark and Denise Schuler Feb 1 2021 12:00 AM
I always respected and admired Sheila's support for her children and their teams. Both Sean and Michele knew she was there for them with her great attitude both in winning and losing. She was right to be proud of her children, she did a great job. I am very sorry for your loss and happy to have known Sheila, especially during a time that seemed to have brought her a lot of joy.
Terry Call Feb 1 2021 12:00 AM