Thomas Milton Wagner

Thomas Wagner - Walworth, NY - Rochester Cremation

Walworth, NY:  January 19, 2019.  Thomas Milton Wagner A.K.A. The Uniped Devil, 44 years old, passed away after his hard fought battle against Pancreatic Cancer.

He survived bone cancer at the age of 10 resulting in the loss of his left leg. Thomas never let that slow him down. An accomplished artist, he also did stand-up comedy and rode a bike taxi in West Palm Beach Florida for over 15 years. There are too many stories and adventures to do justice to here, he lived more in 44 years than many people do with double the time.

His humor, wit and personality drew many people to call him friend. He was known as the “Mayor of West Palm Beach”. He loved to share his love of comic books, music, good food and drink with those around him.

A paid in full and card holding Subgenious he wrote about his life;

“Follow your bliss

Find your slack

I’ve lived a good life

Not ruled by money or success…even though more would’ve been nice

My riches were my friends, my inner circle of villains who showed me great love & loyalty & I hope I returned it back within tons of great times we shared

Yes I’ve always been the jokester

Travelled through darkness & flown in the light

I’ve always been well known for being late for things. Too bad death wasn’t one of them. What I wouldn’t have done for another 20 years. Especially by Jenny’s side.”

-Thomas Wagner 10-31-18

“I may not have accomplished a whole lot in life. But I’ve had a great run. Met some interesting folks who I have the privilege to call friends. And most of all I’ve been a positive influence to so many folks who’s lives I touched.”

-Thomas Wagner 10-19-18

Praise “BOB”!

Thomas is survived by his girlfriend Jennifer Copenhagen, step-kids Jacinth, Catena and Julian. Family, friends and scores of women across the country who shall remain nameless.

A memorial service will be held in the spring, arrangements TBD.

In lieu of flowers Thomas asked that donations be made to Camp Good Days and Special Times who he credits for getting him through the 4 years of cancer treatment as a child and his can-do spirit that sailed with him through life.  https://www.campgooddays.org/donations

14 Condolences

  1. Tiffany Vasta on January 24, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    I am so extremely sad to hear that Thom is no longer with us, i kept praying for a miracle but i am glad he is not suffering any longer. My prayers are with his family and Jennifer. I am so sorry.

  2. St. Inkfinger on January 24, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    May your saucer fly to the heart of infinite SLACK

  3. Nicole (Mendez) Young on January 24, 2019 at 10:37 pm

    Thom and I were in Mr. Zucker’s Creative Writing class and also on the literary magazine together at Wellington High School. He was a kind, funny, brilliant and very talented person who I had so much admiration for. Years later, I visited West Palm Beach and he was my pedi-cab driver. I went to see him perform stand up comedy-is there nothing he could do?
    His courage, humor and heart will never be forgotten.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you Jennifer, he was so lucky to be loved by you.

  4. Robert O'Dell on January 24, 2019 at 10:54 pm

    Tom you allways made me smile … I’ll always smile when I think off you ..

  5. Sandra Camargo Castro on January 25, 2019 at 1:30 am

    Every word is true. 💔 We miss you. 😢 And are upset that you’re gone. 😭

  6. Kelly Dobbs on January 25, 2019 at 5:41 am

    Tom, thank you for being a friend when we rode against each other in WPB. Truly saddened and a loss to the world

  7. Kathy Flood on January 25, 2019 at 5:44 am

    Makes me so sad to hear of Thoms passing. I was praying for a miracle. I remember when we were kids Thom came back to school from his bone cancer. He was such a happy kid. In high school, he never let anything keep him down. He will surely be missed. My heart and my prayers go out to his family and to Jenny. May you try to find peace during this difficult time.

  8. Wayne Richardson on January 25, 2019 at 8:13 am

    One of those rare people I was always glad to see when I went downtown to West Palm Beach. We had a lot of good conversations over the years. He was funny. He was kind. I will miss him. My sincerest condolences.

  9. Dana on January 25, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    My thoughts are with you and your family. RIP to an amazing person who taught us that theres never any excuse to let life bring you down.

  10. Mike Luca on January 25, 2019 at 5:21 pm

    Love you and miss you brotha, Always gonna remember the nights that we went to West Palm to watch anime.

  11. Brandon on January 27, 2019 at 11:41 am

    Thom loved pro wrestling, garbage plates and anything Rochester. He truly treated Jenny with unmatched honor and respect. He loved her and his step kids dearly. He taught me that “Time” is most important in this life. Time with loved ones, time with friends. “Time is Precious” He got the most out of his short time here.
    I will miss our talks about wrestling, but most of all, I will miss you!
    Thank you for being you,
    Brandon

  12. David t kowalewski on January 28, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    Sorry way to early to be gone went 0 school 30 with him wow rip buddy

  13. Rachael giancursio on January 29, 2019 at 4:29 pm

    So sorry to hear of his passing,one of a kind human being,one of the most couragous n strong people ive had the honor of knowing,my heart n prayers go out to his family

  14. Meghan Hufnagle on January 31, 2019 at 9:10 am

    We always had “good days & special times” at camp…we were all fighters and survivors and respected each other for it…..May all our good times prevail over the sadness and long live Roseland ! God Bless My friend😇🎈

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