Edward F Wargin
"It's good to be the King" - Mel Brooks. Recited often and lovingly by Ed Wargin.
With family by his side, Edward F. Wargin passed away peacefully on November 28, 2018 at the age of 72 following his battle with Leukemia. Ed was born in Denver on May 25, 1946, graduated from Westminster High School in 1964 and proudly served in the United States Marine Corps from 1964-1968. After leaving the Marines, Ed worked as an air traffic controller for the FAA for several years. He later graduated with a B.A. in Communications from the University of Colorado and enjoyed a long, successful career as a Certified Financial Planner. Ed vigorously displayed a never ending love for his family, friends and country. At the same time, his passion for philanthropy and his significant impact on numerous organizations happened very quietly. His smile was immeasurable, his comedic timing was impeccable and his sayings were unforgettable. Ed often used a Mel Brooks line “It’s good to be the King,” which always brought a laugh. King Ed will be deeply missed by his wife of 16 years Diana, children Susie Best, husband Mike, grandchildren Justin and Samantha; and Ted Wargin, wife Thrudur, grandchildren Zoe and Mia and step-granddaughters Melkorka and Sara Sverrisdottir. Ed is survived by his brother Russ (Cathy) Wargin and predeceased by his sister Jan Sadler, father Edward F. Wargin Sr. and mother Mabel Dobie. A Celebration of Ed’s Life will be hosted by his family on Sunday, January 13, 2019 at the Sanctuary Golf Course starting at 1pm (7549 N Daniels Park Rd, Sedalia, CO 80135).
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to:
National Mill Dog Rescue (www.nmdr.org)
K’9’s for Warriors (www.k9sforwarriors.org)
Leukemia undefined Lymphoma Society (www.lls.org)
Cards may be sent to: 8156 S Wadsworth Blvd, Unit E368, Littleton, CO 80128
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