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July 19, 2023
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Rosie Wagoner, wife of Rev. Ken Wagoner (retired), died on July 19 from heart failure and other complications related to MS. Rosie was a faithful, cheerful, dedicated woman of God and will be greatly missed by her husband and three adult children (Sam, Kristin, and Andy). A member of the Armagh church wrote “Rosie was a special lady to all who knew her. It is the memories when she was at Armagh which are the most precious. She always had that upbeat attitude and sense of humor that made her enjoyable to be around. She was ‘one of a kind.’ Being around her you could not help but see the Spirit of God flowing through her. She certainly had an impact on my life in coming to have a relationship with Jesus. We will miss her and we know that we will experience that great reunion one day!” After serving the Armagh church, Rosie ministered alongside Ken for over thirty years in evangelism and discipleship to graduate students and visiting scholars from China who were enrolled at Pitt and CMU. Her impact in “Giving Christ to China’s Future Leaders” reaches into China today! A memorial service will be held at Bellefield Presbyterian Church, 4001 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213 on August 12 at 10:30 a.m. Following the service will be a reception for all. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to either/all China Outreach Ministries (COM), 555 Gettysburg Pike Suite A200, Mechanicsburg, Pa., 17055 or The Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO), 5912 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206, Deacon’s Fund Bellefield Presbyterian Church, 4001 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206