Steven Vogt

28 janvier 195811 novembre 2020

Steven C. Vogt, respected father and friend, passed away unexpectedly at his home on November 11, 2020. Steve was born on January 28th, 1958 to Avis “Eileen” and Earl C. Vogt in Fort Wayne, Indiana. After high school he moved to New Orleans and worked offshore on oil rigs until moving to Estes Park, CO in 1987. This is where Steve and his former spouse and lifelong friend Anne Vogt raised two loved children together. After moving to Estes Park Steve created, built, owned and operated Range View Security, Inc. He loved riding his Harley, "puttering" in his shed and yard, and he was always lending a helping hand to everyone around him.

Steve is survived by his son Chris Vogt and his spouse, Natali Georgieva, his daughter Chelsea and her spouse, Johnathan Euell; his other half Carrie Belt, her children Tryler (Anna) Belt, Jake Belt and Noah Pitsch; His brother Robert A. Vogt and spouse Cidalis (Tina), his nieces and nephews include Paige (Jacob Besze), Alana (Milton Johnson III), and Nathan Vogt; and his six adored grandchildren Layla and Johnathan Euell, Abigail, Lilly, Finnley and Wyatt Belt.

Steve made a huge impact all our lives, his friends, family and community. We love you Steve and we will miss you so much. He would want us to “enjoy the ride.” We can only expect the same for him. A Celebration of Life will be announced at a future date.


Steven Vogt



2 décembre , 2020

I have known Steve for many years. My best memory of him was his infectious smile. He was one of a kind. Believe me there are other treasured memories.
I am very saddened by his lost and I extend my condolences to his Family.
May He Rest in Peace.
Look forward to attending a future planned Memorial.

Floyd Denton

Mark Peeler

20 novembre , 2020

I remember when Steve graduated from high school, and Steve moved down to Louisiania to get a new start. He came down with that black Cutlass convertible and I looked up to him as my wizer and cooler cousin. He was the best! My father adored both Steve and Bobby!

Steve was a gentle soul that made a huge impact on my life. I will miss him but know I will see him again. Lord have mercy and God bless Steve!

Jim Billingsley

20 novembre , 2020

Steve was a great guy I have known since junior high in Fort Wayne IN. This picture is from our 40th High School reunion back in August of 2016. Lots of good memories over the years. Rest in peace, Steve.

Scott Schafer

18 novembre , 2020

Remember Steve from South Side High School days. Great guy... Many fond memories. So sorry for the loss of one cool guy.