OBITUARY

Virginia Vogt

November 9, 1944September 25, 2017
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VOGT, Virginia Virginia Warren Vogt was born November 9, 1944, to Virginia Tharp Warren and Roy Garland Warren in Sedalia, Missouri. Virginia grew up in Oklahoma City and graduated from John Marshall High School and met some of the most influential and important friendships that lasted throughout her life. She attended Oklahoma State University. Virginia moved to Dallas in 1965 to work as a flight attendant for American Airlines. She married John Carrol Vogt on December 13, 1969, at Highland Park United Methodist Church. They have two daughters, Lara Vogt Crump and Lisa Vogt Hicks. Virginia was very involved in her community, including Junior Charity League of Dallas, the girls' schools and HPUMC. Virginia loved Bible Study Fellowship and Dallas Theological Seminary, where she served and made lifelong friends. Virginia had a passion for traveling and made memories around the world. The loves of her life are her four grandchildren, Kaitlyn Reese Hicks, Jackson Wayne Crump, Caroline Burns Crump and John Linton Hicks. She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy Garland Warren and Virginia Tharp Warren and sister Peggy Blue Warren Tadlock. She is survived by daughter Lara Vogt Crump, son-in-law Dennis Wayne Crump and their children, Jackson and Caroline, and daughter Lisa Vogt Hicks, son-in-law Steven Anthony Hicks and their children, Kaitlyn and John, plus numerous nieces and nephews she adored. The celebration of life will be held Friday, October 6, 2017 at 1:00 pm at White's Chapel United Methodist Church in Southlake, Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Operation Christmas Child with Samaritan's Purse, as it was so close to Virginia's heart

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, October 5, 2017
  • Funeral Service Friday, October 6, 2017

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Linda Terry

October 5, 2017

Love and sincere sympathy to each member of Virginia's family. Virginia was a very close friend and I will truly miss her. When I saw the photo you posted of Virginia, I knew that will always be how I will remember her -- as the angel that she was, and is, now kneeling before Jesus, sitting at the feet of Jesus and being enveloped in the arms of Jesus Chtist, her Savior and Lord!
With Much love,
Linda Terry

Sila grogan

October 5, 2017

Thirty nine years ago, I was blessed with one of the greatest gifts the Lord has given me--Virginia. We were both walking in to HPUMC and her hands were full; she had Lara by one hand and carrying Lisa in her infant seat by the other. Little did I know that the simple act of opening the door for this incredible woman would result in a friendship that would affect the rest of my life. Our oldest daughters were one day apart, attended the same elementary school and so on. It was Virginia that started a bible study for our girls when they were in the third grade, the sweet friend who prayed over 20 years for me to attend BSF and the one whom I always went to when in need of a prayer warrior. Oh, my dear friend, how I will miss you; but, until we meet again, I can see your beautiful smile and your delight at being with our Lord. I love you.

October 4, 2017

I don't recall whether they met in high school or college but my mother Barbara Pojezny adored "Gig."

My condolences to your family.

Maybe the two of them are catching up on old times in heaven now.

With Sympathy,
Bryan Lasseter

Audrey Brown

October 3, 2017

Rest in Peace, Virginia.

Love and condolences tp her family.

Penny Dyer

September 28, 2017

Virginia was a delightful ray of "Son Shine":) May God give you His comfort as you in joy celebrate her presence with the Lord and in sorrow grieve the loss of her presence here with you. Penny Dyer

Kim Till

September 28, 2017

All of us at Dallas Theological Seminary send our love and prayers to Virginia's family. She loved the Lord and His Word. She was a dear friend and gracious supporter of our mission. We will all miss her very much.

Debra Cook

September 28, 2017

Rest in Peace our precious & sweet Virginia.
You will be missed by all.

Rebecca Teague

September 28, 2017

What a wonderful Christian woman, Mom, Grandmother and friend. She will be missed by all.

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