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Obituary for John Edward Voigt

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John Edward Voigt

March 26, 1951 - July 1, 2011

John Edward Voigt passed away peacefully at his home on July 1, 2011. He was born on March 26, 1951 in Ogden, Utah to William Frank Voigt and Fontella Ruth Coy. He married Diane Love Voigt and later Divorced. He worked and retired from Hill Air Force Base.It was easy for John to make a lot of lifetime friends and enjoyed spending time with them. Together they also liked making music in his home. John treasured and cared for his dogs. He is survived by his son John Voigt, daughter Denise Voigt, brother Joseph F. (Julie) Voigt, sister Frances (Tom) Olesen and sister Jeanie (Dale) Child. John is also survived by many nieces and nephews that loved him.A Memorial Service for John will be held 11 am Tuesday July 5, 2011 at Leavitt’s Mortuary 836 36th street in Ogden. Friends may meet the family from 10 to 10:45am preceding the services. The family would like to give a special thanks to Legacy Hospice especially Marie, Shauna for their care and compassion for John. We would also like to give thanks to his special niece, Jennifer.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Visitation Information

Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Time: 10:00 am - 10:45 am

Leavitts Mortuary

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836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

Memorial Information

Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Time: 11:00 am -

Leavitts Mortuary

Address:

836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

 

Timeline for John Edward Voigt

Born: March 26, 1951
Died: July 1, 2011

Condolences for John Edward Voigt

GJ posted on 1/28/12

R.I.P Johnny, my good friend for close to 40 years. So many laughs and so many memories never to be forgotten.

 

Cari Pinkerton posted on 7/11/11

Johnny I will always miss your bright smile and upbeat attitude, your love of music and ability to laugh at and with your friends. You are now free to walk and move like the wind without the restraints and disabilities you dealt with in life. I can see the smile on your face!!I love and will miss you always,Cari

 

Gwen Lee posted on 7/9/11

I'm not sure if this is the same wonderful person that I'm thinking of: We lived in Washington Terrace in the 1970's and there was a "Jon Voigt" who lived across the street from us. He was about our age (we were also born in 1951) and we enjoyed him very much. He was single at the time. He had a few disabilities but also a heart that swelled wide with love. If this is the same "Jon" that we knew, I'd just like to say what a great man he was. Always considerate and kind, as well as being fairly witty. He was so good to our two little kids - always making them feel special. Whether this be "our Jon" or not, I want to wish you the best, and send our sympathy and love.

 

Karie Hancock posted on 7/7/11

You have always been such an insperation in my life.. You always made me smile and laugh my butt off.. You will always be missed and very much loved by all who knew you.. May your wings take you where ever your heart desires.. It has been an honor to have known you.. I love you always..

 

Dennis and Denice Newman posted on 7/6/11

Will cherish and hold dear to our hearts all the memories. Doug sang it best, "A friend is a Friend". You will be truly missed. It was a honor to be apart of your life......

 

chris reardon posted on 7/6/11

John .you now can stand up straight,and run like hell. i have been in your life since i was very little.when we lived in the big house( with my mom Sherlin) and you lived in the little house/upholstery shop. you put me to work mowing the lawn for candy bars and pop..big pay check for a kid...and let me pretend drive in the "29" even when my mom told me i couldn't...one of my fond memory with john i when i got my "78" trans am..he wanted to go for a ride with the T tops out. so we went up the canyon and back it was dark and we went up washington then back down..he loved it..i allways could go to his house any time and talk..when i had bad times that house was my escape comfort zone..2 years ago.i went there to tell him of the passing of my mom they been good friends for ever he was shocked and speachless so we had a round of drinks and stuff for her..cry here and there..relived alot of memorys..john im going to miss you like i miss my mom you were a big part of my life ...

 

Doug posted on 7/6/11

"A Friend Is A Friend"

 

Janis Johnson posted on 7/5/11

Johnny Voigt:Turn me loose, set me free, somewhere in the middle of MontanaGive me all I got comin to meYou can keep your retirement, and your, so called, Social SecurityBig city, turn me loose, and set me free…You made it!Meet you there someday big guy!God Bless and much loveJanis

 

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