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Wesley James Vogt

September 9, 1941 - August 26, 2020

Funeral Home Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, Apple Valley

Service Location Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, Apple Valley

Private Family Service.

Obituary Viewed 1759 times

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Pat and Deidre Hruby

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September 7, 2020

Lee and family, you have our sincere sympathy. Such a very nice guy! Pat (worked for Wes and Gary at Countryside) and Deidre Hruby ( Viv Gideon’s daughter)

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Al Kaminski

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September 6, 2020

My deepest sympathy. I always enjoyed talking baseball especially Gopher baseball with Wes .

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Nancy Linn

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September 4, 2020

Lee, when we moved to Truman our son Ron came to help finish the basement of the house we bought from u guys. He came back after we sent him to buy a screw gun that could drive nails into cement (at least I think that's what we needed)! He said, "That's quite a guy you got at the lumber yard. He asked if we would just like to borrow one! No charge! He sure is friendly and nice!" He couldn't believe how generous and kind he was! We thank God for Wes' memory and his legacy. Pastor Nancy Linn and Gene

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Thomas D Hiebert

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September 3, 2020

My condolences to Wes’s family. Through my career I had the opportunity to meet most of the Vogt family and the next generation, so I wanted to share my thoughts. My time directly with Wes was only a couple of years but I remembered his talks after games. His thoughts were always objective and something I could take with me throughout my career. I respected his approach and always was treated with respect. Take Care to All! Tom Hiebert Retired Teacher, Coach, Administrator

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Daniel Thurmer

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September 2, 2020

My deepest sympathy surrounded by love to my cousin Lee and her wonderful family. I am so sorry for this loss for you and all of us. The prayers of Mary Ann and me will surround you all as we remember you and Wes. Spending more time with Wes and the whole family would have filled my life much more. I regret more times weren't possible, but always, there was deep respect, appreciation, caring, support, humor, and spiritual embrace that held our times together and fed memories to carry into the future. His life has ended, BUT NEVER SO! Our memories of him will live on along with all the lessons he shared. Dan Thurmer

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Ryan Lupke

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September 2, 2020

Lee and family - My deepest sympathy. I knew Wes mostly as Colby's father (and Lori and Lynn's), a member of a church that I attended and as a business owner, As referenced in the obituary, I mostly got to know Wes as the coach of a little league team that I was on in the summer of 1985. Wes (and Mike) were always organized, knowledgeable, commanded our attention, and worked well with kids on the team where all of us looked forward to the games as well as the practices. He definitely served as a great mentor to all of us and made it a very enjoyable season. I just wanted to pass on a fond memory that I had of Wes growing up. I know that he will be greatly missed, but hope that sharing some of the memories had with Wes will be of some comfort to family in your time of loss.

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Jan and Hank Smeltzer

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September 1, 2020

Lee and family, Hank and I were so sorry to hear of Wes’s death. We wish we could have had more fun times with you at HP. We will always remember the night you came over to the condo for a visit! Just know you are in our thoughts and prayers!!!! Love!!!! Hank and Jan

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Robbin Meeker Graham Neusch

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August 31, 2020

So sorry for your loss. God Bless