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Victor Jaggi

August 4, 2016

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Victor Hal Jaggi, 66, of Spartansburg, went to be with his Lord on August 4, 2016, from his residence. Born August 15, 1949. He was the son of the late Adrian and Katherine (Ross) Jaggi.

He was drafted into the service from Corry High School during his senior year. With all of the teachers and the governor fighting for his right to graduate with his class, a law was written, in his name, that a person would never be drafted while attending high school. During his six years of service to our Country, he learned fluent Spanish and became direct radio contact between the United States and Puerto Rico, where he made many friends. Victor received many medals for his service. Victor worked for the City of Corry and Post Scientific Labs in Westfield, setting up laboratories in other states and worked on the farm in between. He loved fishing, hunting, living off the land, and photography. Victor was also known as an artist and his paintings were sought after. He had a mission in Mexico that he cared for and often traveled to visit.

Survivors include sisters, Jeanelle McKuhn of Quartsite, AZ, Carmen Black of Corry, Mairlyn Davis and husband, Robert, of Shell Knob, MO, Melody Blakey and husband, Jim, of Jamestown, NY and Karen Blakey and husband, Marvin, “Gene”, of Sinclairville, NY; brothers, William Leroy Jaggi and wife, Anita, of San Diego, CA, Craig Wayne Jaggi and wife, Kimberly, of Russell, Kent Jaggi of Corry and half brother, Bill Reese and wife, Carol, of Erie; many neices, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

In addition to his beloved parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Delores Katherine Smith; brothers, Brian Walter Jaggi and Owen David Jaggi.

A private graveside service was held August 9, 2016, at 11:30 a.m. at the McKuhn Family Cemetery, Spartansburg, with Pastor Kenneth Morris officiating. There were 46 people in attendance. A gathering followed in the picnic area.

The Michael S. Pandolph Funeral Home, Union City, assisted the family with arrangements.

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