In Loving Memory of My Wonderful Mother
AILEEN V. VOGEL
October 12, 1926 - December 27, 2007
My wonderful mother passed away between Christmas and New Years. This is a very
sweet but sad time. As you know we lost our dad, Jack K. Vogel in October of
2004. Where dad passed knowing I had exercised my buy/lease agreement, and was
very happy about that, my mother passed but probably did not know that I had
settled on the property December 17, just 10 days before she passed.
Mother had been a victim of Alzheimer's (diagnosed in 1996, here at Johns
Hopkins, but lived in Salem, Ohio.) She remained able to communicate fairly
well, but the steady decline of the ability to communicate never affected her
gentle sweetness, kindness and ability to let us know she knew who we were. That
was a true blessing.
4 of us 6 siblings, 3 of my sisters and I were with her when she passed.
Thankfully, mother did not suffer, it was mostly very peaceful.
I am posting the obituary below, I want to say so much more but right now, any of
you who have lost a truly wonderful mother will understand why I do not.
I love ALL of our Great Patrons, many of you are close friends, but I ask that
you do not send personal condolences. I am posting to let you
know. My siblings and I are all about the same, and the only way to describe it
is a very sweet sadness.
Very Sincerely Yours,
D. Edward Vogel
Aileen Vivian Vogel
SALEM - Aileen Vivian Vogel, 81, formerly of South Lincoln Avenue, Salem died at
5:05 p.m. Thursday. Born on Oct. 12, 1926 in Arnold, Pa., she was the daughter
of the late Edward and Marie (Richards) Roma.
She had been a theatre executive and had been very active in the Salem Community
Theatre in the 1970's. Aileen was a 1944 graduate of Arnold High School and had
attended the University of Pittsburgh. She was a member of the Traveler's Club
and was past president of the Salem Traveler's Club.
Aileen was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church and a former member of the Salem
Golf Club. Aileen had also been the owner and operator of the Gateway Drive In
Theater and the Kensington Plaza.
She is survived by two sons, A. Frederick (Marji) Vogel of Columbus, Ohio and D.
Edward Vogel of Baltimore, Md.; four daughters, Susan (Jan) Peters, Cynthia
(Ken) Kenst, Carol (John) Lantz, all of Salem, Ohio and Kimberly (Michael)
Chernick of Montclair, N.J.; and nine grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Gloria Kazor; first husband,
A. Fred Serrao, whom she married Oct. 15, 1945 and died Nov. 28, 1960; second
husband, Jack K. Vogel, whom she married Feb.19, 1966 and died Oct. 6, 2004.
A Mass of Christian Burial Service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the St.
Paul Catholic Church with Father Thomas Eisweirth officiating. At the family's
request a private burial will follow at Grandview Cemetery. There will be no
Memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady's Purse, 935 E. State St., Salem,
Arrangements by Stark Memorial.
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