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Carol Sue Wagner

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Carol Sue Wagner was born to parents Edward Dale Ellard and Rebecca E. (McHand) Ellard Feb. 23, 1951. She peacefully entered into eternal rest May 19, 2022, surrounded by her loving family. 
Carol Sue was an amazing woman with a strong will and a huge heart. She married her best friend and love of her life, Vernon R. Wagner, Sept. 13, 1969. 
Vernon will tell you that Carol Sue’s bullheadedness was his biggest blessing, she dug in and stuck by his side through the good, the bad and all the in between. Together they built a beautiful life and family. 
Carol Sue had a wicked sense of humor, she was always up for starting an epic food fight or water fight with the whole family and blasted her classic rock every Saturday. 
Her family was the most important part of her life, she was very active with her children in Little League and beyond, never missing a game or any event they were involved in. 
Carol Sue loved working outdoors and adored Magnolia blossoms. She enjoyed craft work, crocheting, knitting and creating beauty with her hands. She was an avid reader and loved watching scary movies and sci-fi. 
Above all being a Mam Maw was her greatest joy. Carol Sue was a feisty Cajun mixed with a conservative hippy who had a contagious laugh and a heart of gold, she would help anyone in need. Always a good sport, laughter was a huge part of her and her personality. Whether poking fun at herself, quick wit responses back to her “handful” of a husband or pulling a good prank, she always carried herself with grace and love. 
Carol Sue was a truly special woman and the world will be a different place without her. She was loved by all who knew her and each heart she touched will miss her tremendously.
Carol Sue was preceded in death by her parents and son-in-law Floyd White. 
She is survived by husband, daughter Katherine Sleeper and husband Chris, their children Peyton Rae Sleeper and Krew Jaxon Sleeper, daughter Michelle White and children Kaitlyn White, Ashleigh Dinmore and husband Andrew and Shelby White, sister-in-law Carla Richert, brother-in-law Ivan Richert and her beloved cousin and honorary sister Betty Jean and husband Archie Chandler, a host of extended family in Louisiana, as well as additional loved ones and lifelong friends. 
Funeral services were held May 22, 2022 with a burial that followed at Baird Cemetery in Mabank. 
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.eubankcedarcreek.com for the Wagner family.