The Memorial Candle Program has been designed to help offset the costs associated with the hosting this Tribute Website in perpetuity. Through the lighting of a memorial candle, your thoughtful gesture will be recorded in the Book of Memories and the proceeds will go directly towards helping ensure that the family and friends of Leona Vogelsberg can continue to memorialize, re-visit, interact with each other and enhance this tribute for future generations.

Thank you.

Select Candle
Leona  Vogelsberg
In Memory of
Leona  A.
Vogelsberg (Gwinner)
1928 - 2019
Click above to light a memorial candle.

The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.

Leave a condolence


Condolence From: Laurie A Colahan
Condolence: Sending prayers and love to all of your family. I know this has been a tough year for your family. Thinking of you all, at this time.
Friday January 18, 2019
Condolence From: Cece Pivonka-Culver
Condolence: My heartfelt condolences to the passing of your mother.
Cece Pivonka-Culver
Friday January 18, 2019
Condolence From: Emilie
Condolence: So sorry for your loss. I'm the evening dietary aide at the Medicalodge. The first night I worked there she tried to have me help her escape, of course did'nt oblige but she made an impression on me that night as she patiently watched people go in and out waiting for a time the door was left ajar. Lea and I spoke candidly on several occasions. She came to visit me a couple times after closing and watched me do dishes. Sometimes she made small talk, sometimes she just sat and watched. One night she visited she said she would be there for me if I needed her. I thanked her for her kind gesture and wished her goodnight.

A week before her death she visited me and told me she had seen her husband. She was grieving because he had told her to not bother as if to say goodbye. She asked me spend the night with her that night, I couldn't do that but I did visit her after work. As she laid down she asked me to lay with her. I didn't but I sat in her rocking chair and asked about the little girl on her closet door, and she told me that was her granddaughter and her name, I commented on how nice her room was, then adked her if she wanted to talk about anything, she did'nt. Then she wanted to go to sleep so I left. Reading her obit she sounds like we may have been friends had we been peers.

I'm glad her soul can finally rest.
Wednesday January 16, 2019
Condolence From: Brittany
Condolence: My deepest sympathies to the Vogelsberg family. I'm so sorry for your loss. The death of a loved one is a painful experience. Our Heavenly Father is well aware of the pain you're feeling. He promises in His Word, the Bible, to remove death, pain, and suffering. (Revelation 21:3,4). Isaiah 25:8a says, "He will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces." We know that Almighty God has not only the power to remove death, but also yearns to do so. Until that time, may you find comfort in the resurrection hope, a promise that one day soon we will be reunited with our loved ones who have died. (John 5:28,29)
Wednesday January 16, 2019
Recently Shared Stories
Recently Shared Photos
Share by: