Albert C. Wagner

Albert C. Wagner (1911 - June 18, 1987), was the director of the New Jersey Department of Corrections from 1966 to 1973.[1]


He was born in Trenton, New Jersey in 1911 to Mary and Albert Wagner. He attended Villanova University and the University of Pennsylvania for an MS.[1]

He went to work for the New Jersey Department of Corrections in 1936. He worked at the Bordentown Reformatory in Bordentown, New Jersey.[1]

A resident of Ewing Township, New Jersey, he died of a heart attack on in Portsmouth, England while on vacation, at age 76.[1] He was buried at the First Presbyterian Church of Ewing Cemetery in Ewing Township.


The A. C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility in Bordentown, New Jersey is named for him.


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