Caroline Vogt, age 87, of Glencoe, Minnesota, passed away Monday, April 24, 2017, at Glencoe Regional Health Services Long Term Care in Glencoe, Minnesota.
Funeral Services will be held Monday, May 1, 2017, 11:00 A.M. at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe, Minnesota, with interment following at the First Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery in Glencoe, Minnesota.
Visitation will be held Sunday, April 30, 2017, from 3:00-7:00 P.M. at the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel in Glencoe, Minnesota, and will continue one hour prior the service at the church on Monday.
Caroline Martha (Voigt) Vogt was born on August 8, 1929, in Green Isle, Minnesota. She was the daughter of Alvin and Ella (Sauter) Voigt. Caroline was baptized as an infant on August 25, 1929, by Rev. Dysterhoeft and later was confirmed in her faith as a youth on April 18, 1943, by Rev. H. H. Schaller both at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Helen Township, Glencoe, Minnesota. She received her education at the Green Isle Township country school.
On January 27, 1948, Caroline was united in marriage to Lester William Otto Vogt by Rev. H. H. Schaller at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Helen Township, Glencoe, Minnesota. Caroline and Lester made their home in Glencoe, Minnesota. Their life was blessed with four children, Judy, Gary, Thomas and Kevin. Caroline and Lester shared over 51 years of marriage until Lester passed away on March 4, 2001.
In addition to being a loving wife, mother and homemaker, Caroline worked at Telex in Glencoe, Minnesota. She was a member at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe, Minnesota, where she was a past member of the alter guild.
Caroline enjoyed gardening, baking, canning, listening to old time music and sitting in her porch. She cherished the time spent with her friends and family, especially her grandchildren.
Caroline passed away on Monday, April 24, 2017, at Glencoe Regional Health Services Long Term Care in Glencoe, Minnesota, at the age of 87 years, 8 months and 16 days. Blessed be her memory.
Caroline is survived by her:
Daughter, Judy Henke and her husband, Orlin, of Breezy Point, MN;
Sons, Gary Vogt and his wife, Karen, of Glencoe, MN,
Kevin Vogt and his wife, Audrey, of Bloomington, MN;
Daughter-In-Law, Hollie Vogt and her fiancé, Steve Brown, of Glencoe, MN;
Grandchildren, Chad Henke and his fiancée, Missy Posusta, of Dassel, MN,
Joshua Henke and his wife, Christine, of Faribault, MN,
Perry Henke and his wife, Desiree, of St. Cloud, MN,
Michael Vogt of New Auburn, MN,
Christina Weiseman and her husband, Jeffery, of Columbia, MD,
John Vogt and his wife, Jessica, of Faribault, MN,
Jason Vogt and his wife, Kendra, of Chaska, MN,
Jeremy Vogt of Glencoe, MN,
Ashley Vogt of Minneapolis, MN,
Angela Loye of Bloomington, MN;
Great Grandchildren, Brittany Evangelist and her fiancé, Nick Hogate, of Faribault, MN,
Nolan and Spencer Henke of Dassel, MN,
Maeson and Micah Henke of St. Cloud, MN,
Madilyn and Jonah Weiseman of Columbia, MD,
Katelin, Parker and Aleah Vogt of Faribault, MN,
Camila and Cullen Vogt of Chaska, MN,
Briant Antonio Loye of Bloomington, MN;
Sisters, Deloris Streich of LeCenter, MN,
Lorraine Krumm of Glencoe, MN,
Gladys Alsleben of Arlington, MN;
Brother, Arnold Voigt and his wife, Jeanne, of Lake Mills, IA;
Sister-In-Law, Dorothy Voigt and her husband, Edwin Brelje, of Glencoe, MN;
Nieces, Nephews, Other relatives and many friends.
Caroline is preceded in death by her Parents, Alvin and Ella Voigt; Husband, Lester Vogt; Son, Thomas Vogt; Great Grandchild, Ava Weiseman; Brothers, Elroy Voigt and his wife, Gladys, Harvey Voigt and his wife, Elaine, Maynard Voigt; Brothers-In-Law, Edwin Streich, Edwin Krumm, LeRoy Alsleben.
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