Judy was our neighbor for 10 years. She always greeted us with a smile and was so friendly to everyone! We will truly miss her hanging her clothes to dry while chit chatting with us. Hugs to all her family and friends ❤️
Judy F. Vogt
October 22, 1947 – March 12, 2023
A memorial service for Judy F. Vogt will be held Saturday, April 1st at 11:00 am, at the Daniel Funeral Home in St. Cloud. Visitation will begin two hours prior to the service.
Judy F. Vogt, of Melrose, formerly of Meire Grove and Richmond passed away March 12th in the St. Cloud Hospital.
Judy was the daughter of Albert and Helen Schleper and raised with two sisters and six brothers on dairy farms near Richmond, Minnesota. She married Melvin Vogt, also of Richmond, and raised two boys John and Delbert after moving to Meire Grove, Minnesota in 1970.
She later worked at HEI and Jennie O, and spent the last 34 years of her life in Melrose.
Judy should be remembered as a woman who cared little for conventions. She forged a life overstuffed with sense and nonsense, with wind chimes, and angels, with denim on denim, with two rings on every finger, with purple socks and odd hats, and coffee – just leave the pot.
And so, oh so much more.
Judy was to have but 75 years on this earth, and faced many medical challenges in the later ones, but she never lost that determination to live it entirely her own way.
In addition to her parents, Judy is preceded in death by her husband for twenty three years Melvin Vogt; sister-in-law Patty Schleper; and brother-in-law Dick Hansen.
She is survived by sons John (Lynn Meyer) and Del (Noelle) Vogt; grandsons, Logan, Trenton, Ian and Mason Vogt; brothers Virgil, Herman (Terri Hennen), Eugene, Mark (Gretchen), Tom (Ruth) and Roy (Jeannie) Schleper; and sisters Betty Hansen and Marie (Bob) Zimmer.
My thoughts and prayers are with you, family members and friends!
My thoughts and prayers are with the family!!
Judy was truly a unique and amazing woman. She worked with my mother Dolly Eichat Jennie-O for years. After my mother passed away, Judy asked for her purple jacket. I gladly gave it to Judy to wear. My sympathy to her family.