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Brady Scott Wagner, born August 7, 1989, in Buffalo, MN, passed away unexpectedly on June 13, 2024, after a brief illness. Brady was the beloved son of Scott and Corinne (Light) Wagner.

A graduate of Buffalo High School’s Class of 2008, Brady was known for his warm, outgoing personality and kind heart. He worked at McDonalds for many years, where he was a cherished colleague and friend to many.

Brady had a passion for fishing, particularly enjoying his time on the river. He loved gathering with friends and family, watching football, and engaging in good conversations. His sense of humor and sociable nature made him a joy to be around, and he formed countless friendships throughout his life.

He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Doug Wagner; step-grandfather, Walter Fields; cousin, Donnie Lind; sister-in-law, Angela Wagner; uncle, David Godfrey; and dog, Sophie.

Brady is survived by his parents, Scott and Corinne; brothers, Blake (Kelsey) Wagner and Joe (Katie) Wagner; grandparents, John and Mary Light, and Helene Fields; aunts and uncles, Sherry Light (Kenny), Jeff (Michelle) Light, Aimee (Todd) Lind, Danielle (Tim) Lee, Brenda Canning, and Dana Godfrey; cousins, Zoe, Jake, Hannah, Daniel, Jack, Maddie, Dain, Brett, Gannon, Darby, Shay, Camryn, August, and Thomas; numerous friends, including all his coworkers, neighbors, and best pals, RJ and Mikey, and all his fishing buddies.

A time of gathering will be held Sunday, June 23, 2024 at The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo, MN from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM.

Arrangements have been entrusted to The Peterson Chapel of Buffalo, MN. Online condolences for the family may be directed to www.thepetersonchapel.com

20 Guestbook Entries

  1. Kim Mass

    Rip Brady you will be missed Dearly

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  2. RJ

    You are the best friend anyone could have ask for and truly a fishing legend you will be missed Catfish Brady

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  3. Adam

    Brady you will truly be miss bud. Anyone who’s lives you touched were truly the blessed ones. Your such a good friend and a very passionate fisherman. Your smile was contagious and I’m happy to have called u a friend R.I.P BUDDY

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  4. Shanna Daugherty

    Aww Corinne and family I’m so sorry for your loss Brady was fun too work with I’m sure gonna miss him

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  5. Shanna Daugherty

    Corinne and family I’m so sorry to hear about Brady’s passing he was always so sweet and funny I’m gonna miss his sense of humor

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  6. Carol and Dick Skare

    Scott and Corrine, I am so sorry to hear about Brady. My heart and prayers are always with you.

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  7. heather Greathouse

    Brady you will be miss by a lot of people rip rest in peace Brady.

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  8. James E

    Brady was always such a joy to be around! I remember talking to him about all the different types of fish to catch on the crow river and chatting about life and the things we were excited for. He always made the McDonald’s store light up whenever he was around

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  9. Joan Phenow

    Brady would sit outside Rose Haven and greet me with a big smile and welcoming “Hi Mrs. Phenow how are you?”
    “You have a good day. ”
    What a gentle and kind soul.

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  10. Joan Phenow

    My deepest sympathy for the loss of your son Brady.
    He always greeted me with a big smile “Hi…how are you?” and ended with “have a good day.”
    What a kind and loving young man.

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  11. Cheryl labar

    So sorry for your loss,Brady was such a nice young man he was fun to work with. Always a smile on his face.RIP Brady🙏🙏

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  12. Brandi Laney

    Ean and I will surely miss you. Keep fishing in the sky!

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  13. David lukaswicz

    I will miss you Brady

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  14. JoAnn Colleen

    You will be missed greatly at McDonald’s so I know your family and friends will miss you even more. You were one of the first people I met when I started working at Mc Donald’s over 5 years ago and you had already been working there for several years. Everyone appreciated you and your work ethic. You can never be replaced. Your loss is felt by all who knew you. Rest in Peace, Brady, and may your family and friends find solace in their many memories. All of us are better off for having known you.

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  15. John and Lu

    Such a sweet friendly young man. Loved visiting with him. Will miss him a lot. We will be praying for the family.

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  16. Art

    In the 2 years I have known Brady he was a great friend
    We had many talks about fishing the river and I was blessed by being able to fish with Brady on the river.
    He caught all the fish but we could not keep any.
    Working at McDonald’s was a great joy for Brady and a place to meet new friends
    Brady never had a loss for thing we could talk about
    He always told me I could call him Bottom Rig Brady
    Blessing to all Brady’s family
    He will be missed

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  17. Michelle Jones

    Dear Corinne, Scott and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and condolences to all of you.
    Michelle Kocak Jones

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  18. Andrea m

    Brady when I first met you back in 2009, I really enjoyed getting to know you and over these years we have gone fishing, out to eat and been over to each others apartments, I was looking forward to going fishing with, but that never happened, rest in peace you’ll be missed

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  19. Ashley hott

    Oh, sweet Brady I’m so sorry to hear of your passing. I remember all the good times that we talked and laughed about. Or the bad times when I helped pull you out of the fire and took your dog for a few days. Every time we saw each other you would always say ” oh hey Ashers how are you today” it was always Ashers never Ashley. You will be missed buddy fly high.

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  20. Joe Harmon

    Dear Corinne, Scott, Blake and Joe we are so saddened to hear of Brady’s untimely passing. Our prayers are with you. I enjoyed my interactions with him at family gatherings as we would exchange fishing story’s. He always seemed to have a bright and positive outlook on life. Rest in peace Brady.

    Joe, Diane and Matt Harmon

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