Darilyn Sue (Asher) Wagner

darilyn wagner

December 22, 1944 ~ January 11, 2022

Born in: Ironton, Missouri
Resided in: Walsenburg, Colorado

Darilyn Sue (Asher) Wagner, 77, passed away, January 11, 2022. She was born on December 22, 1944, in Ironton, Missouri, to Bertha Jane (Wallace) and Darrell Asher. Sealed in the Temple at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on August 7, 1992 , in Salt Lake City, Utah. Survived by her husband of 39 years, Franklin Wagner; daughters, Robin Ross, Austin, Texas, Cherie Rosenthal, Wahalla, Texas, Shelley (Tonya) Denham, Lafayette, Louisiana; son, Ronald (Loretta) Denham, Plum, Texas; brother, Montie Paul Asher of Conroe, Texas; grandchildren, Kristen (Tiffany) Denham, Plum, Texas, Ross (Christa) Denham, Plum, Texas, Garrett (Kimberlee) Denham, Plum, Texas, Kelsey (Anthony) Perez, Round Rock, Texas, Rebecca Ross, Bastrop, Texas, Caleb Ross, Austin, Texas, Londan Bayer, Lexington, Texas. Keith (Mindy) Goodman, Jena. Louisiana, and Matt (Megan) Goodman, Jena, Louisiana; great-grandchildren, Remington, Tucker & Wilder Denham, Lexi, Cambree, Raelee & Ace Denham, Hunter, Hagen & Heston Denham, Braeden & Adrian Perez, Crystal Ponce and Michael Samson, Jr., Wade, Landon, Greylyn & Kaehler Gaskins, Trent, Tristan, Sadie & Sydney Goodman, Gracee, Audrey & Emori Goodman; mother-in-law, Angie Wagner; sister and brother-in-law Patricia (Ricky) Burge, brother-in-law, Harvey Wagner, Jr. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded in death by her parents, Darrell Asher, C. D. “George” and Bertha “Jane” Londagin; sister, Peggy Asher; grandson, Pearson Barkley Dean Craddock; father-in-law, Harvey Wagner; brother-in-law, Brian Wagner and sister-in-law, Liz Wagner. Darilyn was an avid artist, loved trout fishing, vacationing, going to the beach, baking & decorating wedding and birthday cakes, motorcycling adventures. She rode trail rides (Salt Grass and Southern) to the Houston Livestock Show; loved dancing, spending quality time with her family. She loved her pets, especially her dogs, Bella & Maddie, cats, Purr and Mamma Kitty; and her horse, Doc, also collected Indian Artifacts. Funeral service, 1:00 p.m. Monday, January 17, 2022, at the Church of Latter-day Saints – Rye Stake, 2131 Coolidge Ave., Rye, Colorado. Interment will follow in the Colorado City Cemetery. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com. In lieu of flowers, monetary donations may be made to GoFundMe account: https://www.gofundme.com/f/vk6mfq-funeral-headstone-expenses?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1


Funeral Service: January 17, 2022 1:00 pm

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Rye Ward
2211 Coolidge Ave.
Rye, CO


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  1. You gave me life! Thank you for choosing me when you decided to become a mother! That choice started a legacy of your own that evolved into a beautiful life filled with love for all of us, and I am forever indebted to you for all of those sacrifices. I am very thankful for the amazing time we got to share with you on this earth, especially this past Thanksgiving which turned out to be the greatest ever for all of us, but forever grateful to know that you will never suffer again because you are now in our Lord and Saviors arms and your broken body is whole again! Nonetheless, I’m gonna miss you like crazy momma and I long for the day I can hug you again! I you momma! I you! Ronnie

  2. Cherie, I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss. My most heartfelt prayers, and deepest condolences for you all.

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