Goodbye Charlie

Goodbye Charlie

Charlie Wagner, Jan 25, 2006 at a Philadelphia Phillies winter caravan stop in Reading, Pa.

(BDD Photo / Richard S. Blaha)

Rest in Peace Broadway Charlie Wagner

"In tribute of Charlie Wagner, who passed away early Thursday morning, August 31 in Reading PA, I submit to you two photos taken Jan 25, 2006 at a Philadelphia Phillies winter caravan stop in Reading, Pa. Charlie was 93, with the Red Sox organization for seven decades, and roomed with Ted Williams. His proudest moment was receiving his World Series ring last year in a ceremony at a Reading Phillies game. I attended his viewing last night, and he is going to his eternal rest with his beloved ring still on his right pinky finger." -- 9.6.06, Richard S. Blaha, Wyomissing, Pa.

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