RONALD P. VOGL


MHS 1959

Visitation Thursday, August 11, 2022 At 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Ohde Funeral Home, Manning
This visitation is without the family present.
Private Mass of Christian Burial Sacred Heart Church - Manning
This is a private family Mass of Christian Burial.
Reverend Shinoj Jose, Celebrant
Mass Servers are Kennedy & Keagan Eischeid
Lector is Ivan Martin
Gift Bearers are Dory & Wayne Sell, Marge & Paul Cumpton and Pat Vogl
Music "On Eagle's Wings", "Amazing Grace", "How Great Thou Art" by the Sacred Heart Choir, Anne Muhlbauer, Organist
Eucharistic Minister is Wes Dammann
Casket Bearers are Jim Herbers, Dan Kerkhoff, Gene Haubrich, Jeff Joens, Rick Dammann, and Ed Vogl
Interment with Military Honors by the United States Air Force Honor Guard, American Legion Post 22 & Post 694, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3517 at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Manning.
A visitation without the family present will be held on Thursday, August 11, 2022, from 5 - 7 pm at Ohde Funeral Home in Manning for 81 year old Ronald P. Vogl of Manning. A private Mass of Christian Burial will be held later this week. Ron died Tuesday, August 9, 2022, at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo.


Ronald Paul Vogl, son of Felix and Hilda (Kasparbauer) Vogl, was born June 12, 1941, on the family farm south of Manning. Ron attended school in Manning and graduated from Manning High School in 1959. He then enlisted with the United States Air Force in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 2, 1960. He received his honorable discharge on May 1, 1964.

On January 21, 1967, Ron was united in marriage with Gay Lynn Singsank at Sacred Heart Church in Manning. Two children were born to this union. Ron first worked as a hired hand at Wiese and Sons and then for Ellsworth Schechinger before returning to work with the Wiese family. In 1980, Ron returned to his home place south of Manning and farmed there until retiring in 2021 turning over the operation to his son Jason.

Ron was a member of Sacred Heart Church in Manning, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, serving as Past Commander and as Carroll County Commander. For several years, Ron served on the Board of Review for the Carroll County Assessor's Office. Ron enjoyed farming and being active with the American Legion. In his spare time, he liked watching Gunsmoke, Bonanza, John Wayne movies, listening to AM 540, especially Buddy Holly, Kitty Wells, and Hank Williams.

In January of 2022, Ron's health began to decline and on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, he died at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo, Iowa, at the age of 81 years, 2 months, and 27 days.

Preceding Ron in death are his parents; two sisters Joan Malone and Judy Muhlbauer; four brothers: Paul Vogl, Felix Vogl, Jr., David Vogl, and Bill Vogl; grandparents Paul and Catherin Kasparbauer and Anton and Grace Vogl; and father-in-law Earl Singsank.

Ron is survived by his wife Gay Lynn Vogl of Manning; daughter Tammy and husband Ivan Martin of Urbandale; son Jason Vogl of Manning; two sisters: Dory and husband Wayne Sell of Silver City; Marge and husband Paul Cumpton of Omaha, Nebraska; brother Pat Vogl of Council Bluffs; brother-in-law Jerry Muhlbauer of Halbur; mother-in-law Jean Singsank of Manning; other relatives and friends.