Had lung surgery vats wedge resection result necrotizing granulomatous inflammation what does it mean?

Probably good. Hope you are well. With the limited information, sounds like 1. You had a surgeon versed/skilled in modern techniques and 2. The nodule/spot was not cancer. Causes of granuloma are numerous. Best to discuss path report with your surgeon to confirm diagnosis and implications.
Intense inflammation. This means there was an area of intense inflammation in your lung. Fortunately, this is not cancer. Although it often looks a lot like cancer on imaging studies. Sometimes old infections can cause these, so your doctor is probably testing for any infection in the tissue removed. These tests can take weeks. Even if it were an old infection usually taking it out is all the treatment you need.