Parents of Jillian and Lee Wagner

Parents of Jillian and Lee Wagner

     Debbie Goodman Wagner

  • Birth 07-06-1957
  • Born in Columbus, GA
  • Graduate Columbus High School in Columbus, GA  class of 1975
  • Graduate Davidson County Community College Nursing School
  • Graduate Winston-Salem State University Nursing School
  • Member of Brooks United Methodist Church in Brooks, GA
  • Mother of 3 children: Corey,(30), Jillian, and Lee
  • Grandmother of one: Elizabeth Lee Carrico
  • Employed as RN-BSN at Pride Medical in Atlanta, GA
  • Enjoys College Football,(UGA), Dancing, and of course her friends

Debbie enjoys her work at Pride Medical. This is a group of private practice doctors that specialize in infectious diseases. She loves her patients and they all love her. She takes pride in caring for people that need it most.

Lee Wagner

It’s hard to write a bio on myself so let me just tell you what I am proud of.

 I am proud and secure in my faith in GOD. Yes it has been shaken but in still very much intact. I am proud to be a member of two Methodist churches, (Bethesda in NC, and Brooks in GA).

I am proud of my wife Debbie. Just being with her as we struggle through this is an inspiration to me and many others. Early on in the tragedy we went to a grief counselor. He pointed out that 87% of parents that went through the loss of a child ended up in divorce. Debbie’s response was 13% made it through.

I am proud of my step daughter, Corey. In the space of these last 4 years she had lost her brother and sister, her father, had a baby, and graduated from college. That’s more than enough for anyone to handle and Corey has handled it quite well.

And that grandchild, Yes I am proud of Lizzie, She is almost 3 and of course extremely smart. For a parent that has lost a child, nothing is more comforting that a grandchild’s hug.

I am proud of my Mission work that I have had the honor to participate in over the years. They include several building team missions to Mexico and one special trip to help the people of New Orleans. Regardless of how hard you work on these projects, you can never give more than you get in return.

I am proud of what I do for a living. I am Director of International Sales for Boyd Brothers Transportation. Boyd is a large flatbed carrier based in Clayton, AL. Their people are the best I have been around and always have the customer and our drivers as their first responsibility. Boyd has charged me with the responsibility of developing Mexico and other International markets and I welcome the challenge. I have been in the transportation industry for 32 years and have made countless friends, and I am sure a few enemies, throughout North America and beyond.

And I am most proud to have been the Daddy of Jillian and Lee Wagner. I have never felt more love than the love I felt in the presence of those two. And with the help of many of you the love they had can be kept alive to continue to help other that are less fortunate.

Parents of Jillian and Lee Wagner

 

Debbie Wagner

  • Birth 07-06-1957
  • Born in Columbus, GA
  • Graduate Columbus High School in Columbus, GA
  • Graduate Davidson County Community College Nursing School
  • Graduate Winston-Salem State University Nursing School
  • Member of Brooks United Methodist Church in Brooks, GA
  • Mother of 3 children: Corey,(30), Jillian, and Lee
  • Grandmother of one: Elizabeth Lee Carrico
  • Employed as RN-BSN at Pride Medical in Atlanta, GA
  • Enjoys College Football,(UGA), Dancing, and of course her friends

Debbie enjoys her work at Pride Medical. This is a group of private practice doctors that specialize in infectious diseases. She loves her patients and they all love her. She takes pride in caring for people that need it most.

Lee Wagner

It’s hard to write a bio on myself so let me just tell you what I am proud of.  I am proud and secure in my faith in GOD. Yes, it has been shaken, but is still very much intact. I am proud to be a member of two Methodist churches, (Bethesda in NC, and Brooks in GA).

I am proud of my wife Debbie. Just being with her as we struggle through this is an inspiration to me and many others. Early on in the tragedy we went to a grief consular. He pointed out that 87% of parents that went through the loss of a child ended up in divorce. Debbie’s response was 13% made it through.

I am proud of my step daughter, Corey. In the space of these last four years she had lost her brother and sister, her father, had a baby, and graduated from college. That’s more than enough for anyone to handle and Corey has handle it quite well.

And that grandchild, Yes I am proud of Lizzie, She is almost 3 and of course extremely smart. For a parent that has lost a child, nothing is more comforting that a grandchild’s hug.

I am proud of my Mission work that I have had the honor to participate in over the years. They include several building team missions to Mexico and one special trip to help the people of New Orleans. Regardless of how hard you work on these projects, you can never give more than you get in return.

I am proud of what I do for a living. I am Director of International Sales for Boyd Brothers Transportation. Boyd is a large flatbed carrier based in Clayton, AL. Their people are the best I have been around and always have the customer and our drivers as their first responsibility. Boyd has charged me with the responsibility of developing Mexico and other International markets and I welcome the challenge. I have been in the transportation industry for 32 years and have made countless friends, and I am sure a few enemies, throughout North America and beyond.

And I am most proud to have been the Daddy of Jillian and Lee Wagner. I have never felt more love than the love I felt in the presents of those two. And with the help of many of you the love they had can be kept alive to continue to help other that are less fortunate.< -->< -->< -->< -->