David Vogel

March 28, 1949 - May 29, 2018

Visitation: Thursday 2-4 p.m. & 6-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills

Service: Friday 10 a.m. in St. Teresa of Avila Parish


David Vogel, age 69, of Ross Twp., formerly of Troy Hill, passed away on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. Born March 28, 1949, son of the late David E., and Rosemarie (Krupicka) Vogel. Beloved husband to Joanne (Smith) Vogel; loving father of David Vogel and Jennifer( William) Neuberger; dear grandpa of Madelyn, age 8, and Anna, age 7; proud brother of Kathleen (Dennis) Reitlinger, Jean M. Vogel, Susan (Thomas) Scott-Stratigos, and James (Nicole) Vogel. David is also survived by his loving brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

David will be lovingly remembered for his big heart, and willingness to help others. He was a proud dad, grandpa, and had a wonderful sense of humor. He enjoyed working on cars, woodworking, listening to his music, and most importantly, spending time with his family. David proudly served his country in The U.S. Marines.

Family and friends will be received Thursday from 2-4, 6-8 at Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy., North Hills. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 10 am at St. Teresa of Avila Parish. Interment will follow in Allegheny County Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to The American Cancer Society, The Special Olympics of Pennsylvania, or The West View VFW Post No 2754.

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  • Jim Gaudet

    Joanne and family we offer our prayers and condolences. Dave was a good man and a fine Marine. Although he will be missed, he is now at peace. Semper Fi Dave.

    Jim and Bonnie Gaudet

  • Diane Pasquale

    Dear Joanne and Family: Words cannot express my sadness at Dave’s passing. I have such wonderful memories of the days we worked together at Pro Mech. He always had a smile for me and a joke! Always loved talking to him about the awesome trips you two took to so many foreign countries and he would bring me back a rock (because I collected them from my travels) or a souvenir. Also remember how mad he would get when we got new software and he couldn’t write his purchase orders any more. He HAD to put them in the computer!!! Yikes, he hated it. But he learned. Going to miss this guy so much. Diane

  • Andrew Barclay

    Mrs. Vogel/David/Jenny, family and friends, I am very saddened to hear that Mr. Vogel has passed away. He was a terrific man who always showed me tremendous kindness. I’ll never forget the Monday evenings watching Coach and Home Improvement, the hockey games, doing a little hunting, and so much more. I am also thankful for his service to our country as a member of the USMC. He will be tremendously missed. Rest in peace, Mr. Vogel, and semper fi! – From Andyman

  • ron heid

    rest in peace my friend

  • Lisa and Jim Cleary

    Dear Aunt Joanne, Jenny (and Bill), and Dave,

    Jim and I just heard about Uncle Dave (we are currently out of the country) and we wanted you to know that we are thinking of you all. Uncle Dave was so quick to smile and share his hearty laugh, but at the same time he could be quiet and sit back to listen then speak at just the right time. I will always treasure those discussions I had with them on the perimeter of the Smith Family gatherings. I know he loved you all dearly and was so thankful for you. I pray that you will find comfort in the coming days knowing that he blessed so many people during his life. With much love, Lisa and Jim

  • Gary and Toni Henderson

    Joanne and family, I just can’t believe we have to go through life without Dave. His stories and sense of humor was so quick and when he entered the room the party began. I am amazed how he fought so hard to keep going. Joanne, he you both have been the best friends, we had so many good times and lots of laughter. I am praying you will find strength and comfort from your family and friends. Gary and I will miss Dave so much. And right now you have so much going on. I want you to always let us know how we can be there for you in the quiet time. Jesus has Dave in his arms and he is in no pain. I ask Jesus to send an army of angels to comfort all of you. God Bless You Toni and Gary

 

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