|Birth: ||Dec. 25, 1921|
St. Louis City
|Death: ||May 15, 2003|
At on time Ray worked for Curtis Wright Aircraft Co. assembling doors to the aircraft AT9 trainers. Raymond entered the U.S. Air Force November 1942 and for 3 years was in the Third Air Force, his unit was pulling tow targets for the rookie pilots. He served until Dec. 1945 when he was honorably discharged. After the war, he went to work for American Thermometer, Assembly & testing thermostates used in heating equipment. After his marriage he then worked for Airtherm Heating and Air Conditioning Co., became purchasing agent and after 33 years, retired in Dec. 1982.
"Raymond was a handsome man; very good looking and neat about himself and his belongings. He was tall, trim and made an excellent, neat appearance. He was patient and lovable and a great friend. He loved doing favors for people and helping those who needed help. He was especially concerned and there for his widowed sisters and mother-in-law. He was always there when people needed him. He was very handy with household chores, puttering around the house and home upkeep. He was creative and enjoyed wood working and crafting in his retirement. He was a sportsman and loved to watch the local baseball team games; big leagues. He had a lot of friends and a sense of humor. He inherited a family trait of working hard and keeping busy. He was a devoted son, father, husband and grandfather."
Joseph Eugene Vogler (1895 - 1966)
Julia Elizabeth Meyers Vogler (1895 - 1968)
New Saint Marcus Cemetery and Mausoleum
St. Louis County
Created by: Bill Buchholz
Record added: Nov 26, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81038593
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