Stuart Readinger Obituary, Death – Stuart a resident of Gastonia, North Carolina, passed away at his residence. He was the son of Isom Everett Wagoner Jr. and the late June Wildermuth Wagoner and was born on July 15, 1958 in Franklin County, Ohio. His father has since passed away. Brokers Real Estate, LLC was Stu’s employer, and he held the role of Real Estate Broker in his work there. He was honored as the school’s Most Athletic student during his time at Ashbrook High School, where he also competed in track and field. Stu was a die-hard football fan who was devoted to the Carolina Panthers.

Additionally, Stu received his education from East Carolina University. Stu looked forward to his annual trips to the Caribbean and the Bahamas with his close friends to participate in scuba diving excursions. Stu enjoyed traveling all over the United States, especially to the Western regions, where he frequently camped. Stu was also passionate about music in his spare time. He went to a number of concerts, but the ones he enjoyed the most were by Jimmy Buffett and the Rolling Stones. Before she passed away, he was the primary caregiver for his mother, and up until very recently, he was also the primary caregiver for his father. He was a considerate and thoughtful individual. He had a soft spot in his heart for animals, particularly cats, and he was always willing to give strays a place to call home if he came across them.

Stu is survived by his father, Isom Everett Wagoner, Jr., of Gastonia, North Carolina; his brother, Bruce Wagoner, of Charlotte, North Carolina; his sister, Vicki Wagoner, of Indian Trail, North Carolina; his nieces, Keri Palomba (Nick), and Hayley Wagoner; his great-niece, Brooklyn Palomba, and his great nephew, Michael Palomba; and his great-great niece and great-great nephew. On Saturday at 10:00 am, members of the family will be present at McLean Funeral Directors in Gastonia to greet friends. On Saturday at 11:00 am, there will be a memorial service held at the Founders Chapel of McLean Funeral Directors in Gastonia, North Carolina.