Travis Wagner

travis wagner

July 11, 1975 ~ May 18, 2023

Resided in: Fargo, North Dakota

Travis Wagner was called home to be with his savior May 18, 2023 while in care at Sanford Fargo Hospice following a battle with heart disease.

Travis was born to Bonita Wagner on July 11, 1975 in Fargo, ND. He attended schools in Ellendale, Grand Forks, and Fargo. He graduated from Fargo South High in 1993; where he participated in the Air Force ROTC program. Following graduation, he enlisted in the Marine Corp. Following discharge from the Marines; Travis worked in the print room at the Fargo Forum for 25 years. Following that he worked at the Fargo M&H station. He looked forward to his work at the M&H, loved, and was loved by his “work family” there.

Travis loved music and named his furry friend “Ozzie” after Ozzie Osbourne. He used his creativity by putting together models – both cars and airplanes. He enjoyed cooking; often finding new recipes on the internet to try. He also enjoyed video games and day trips with his friends.

Travis is survived by aunts: Shirlene Wagner, Jacqueline Ulstad, and Jeanine Wagner; uncle Donavon Nies; and several cousins.

Travis is preceded in death by his mother, Bonita; uncles Harley Wagner and Timothy Wagner; aunt Priscilla Nies; cousin Michael Wagner; and grandparents Ben and Lillian Wagner.

A memorial service will take place at 11:00 am, Friday, July 28, 2023 at Metropolitan Baptist Church in Fargo. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Fargo.

Memorials may be given to Sanford Fargo hospice or a charity of choice.

Arrangements entrusted to Boulger Funeral Home.


Visitation: July 28, 2023 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Metropolitan Baptist Church
2612 25th St S
Fargo, ND 58103

Memorial: July 28, 2023 11:00 am

Metropolitan Baptist Church
2612 25th St S
Fargo, ND 58103

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  1. Remembering all the good times, bad times, laughs and tears over the last 20 years, we all were family not just coworkers, you will be missed and you will never be forgotten Travis~

    • You are so right Robin, I remember coming to visit after I had quit. Still felt like family.

      So enjoyed Travis’s humor and his stories. He was such a nice young man. Always missed the family at the forum.

  2. Knew Travis when He worked in the Mail Room at the Forum. We always talked Sports whenever we could. Really enjoyed Travis, as He was a lot of fun. Our Hearts and Prayers are with Travis’ Family and Friends.
    Dan Benscoter
    Detroit Lakes Minnesota

  3. Travis what can I say you are and will always be my BIG BABY I will miss you. Sleep well I love you

  4. Travis and I always talked Sports at the Forum and had a good time withit. He had a good Heart, just not physically. But He will live in the Hearts of His Friends and Family forever , as He is now walking with the Good Lord in the Garden of Heaven..

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