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Barbara Vogt

October 26, 2021

Barbara Vogt

Barbara Ann Vogt, of Norwalk was received by the lord on Tuesday, October 26, 2021. She was a loving mother, grandmother, and friend.

Barbara graduated from Townsend-Wakeman High School in 1957 and Fairview Park School of Nursing in 1960. After completing her degree, she worked for Fisher-Titus Medical Center, William R. Graham, M.D. and Farid Said & Souheil Al Jada, M.D., Inc. as a nurse where she touched many lives with her compassion. In her spare time Barbara enjoyed gardening, sewing, crafts and reading. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Norwalk. The most important thing in the world to Barbara was her family.

She is survived by her sister Georgia (Michael) Bobryk of Norwalk; daughters Traci (Robert) Caldwell of Trinity, Florida and Kelli (Nikhil) Mishra of Grafton, Massachusetts; grandchildren Chalsi (Tyler) Campbell, Cadi Martinez, Aanika Mishra, Evan Caldwell, Ethan Caldwell and Blythe Caldwell; and great grandchildren Khemela Martinez, Gabriel Martinez, Keziah Campbell, Cy Campbell and Rowen Sumler.

Barbara was preceded in death by her parents, Florence Heller Skinn and George Woodrow Skinn; sister, Marilyn Skinn Gardner; and brother Charles Woodrow Skinn.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Salvation Army, 55 Whittlesey Avenue, Norwalk, OH 44857. Arrangements entrusted to the Evans Funeral Home, Norwalk. Barbara will be greatly missed by her family and friends, she was a loving inspiration to all of us.

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Barbara Ann Vogt, of Norwalk was received by the lord on Tuesday, October 26, 2021. She was a loving mother, grandmother, and friend.

Barbara graduated from Townsend-Wakeman High School in 1957 and Fairview Park School of Nursing in 1960. After completing her degree, she worked for Fisher-Titus Medical Center, William R. Graham, M.D. and Farid Said & Souheil Al Jada, M.D., Inc. as a nurse where she touched many lives with her compassion. In her spare time Barbara enjoyed gardening, sewing, crafts and reading. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Norwalk. The most important thing in the world to Barbara was her family.

She is survived by her sister Georgia (Michael) Bobryk of Norwalk; daughters Traci (Robert) Caldwell of Trinity, Florida and Kelli (Nikhil) Mishra of Grafton, Massachusetts; grandchildren Chalsi (Tyler) Campbell, Cadi Martinez, Aanika Mishra, Evan Caldwell, Ethan Caldwell and Blythe Caldwell; and great grandchildren Khemela Martinez, Gabriel Martinez, Keziah Campbell, Cy Campbell and Rowen Sumler.

Barbara was preceded in death by her parents, Florence Heller Skinn and George Woodrow Skinn; sister, Marilyn Skinn Gardner; and brother Charles Woodrow Skinn.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Salvation Army, 55 Whittlesey Avenue, Norwalk, OH 44857. Arrangements entrusted to the Evans Funeral Home, Norwalk. Barbara will be greatly missed by her family and friends, she was a loving inspiration to all of us.

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Becky Wenzel

Norwalk, OH
October 29, 2021

Kelli and Tracy so sorry to hear about your mom. Such a caring and gentle lady always enjoyed our many talks.

Becky and Ben Fleming

October 29, 2021

Georgia and family, Very sorry for your loss. She was such a sweet lady.

Becky and Ben Fleming

October 29, 2021

Georgia and family, Very sorry for your loss. She was such a sweet lady.

Amy Puskas

North Canton, OH, Stark
October 28, 2021

My aunt Barb was a wonderful & loving person. I have so many special memories of the times we spent together. I will miss her very much.

Sandy Motolik

Collins, OH, United States
October 28, 2021

Traci and Kelly I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. We have been friends for years. we were neighbors in Hartland. She was a classmate of Pete. Our thoughts and prayers are with your families. Sandy Motolik and Chip

Driscoll Linda M

Norwalk, OH, US
October 28, 2021

Kelli so sorry to learn of your mom's passing.she was always such a calm soul when I took hubby to the office
I will never forget her cheerful kindness prayers for all it's never easy losing your mom