Condolence & Memory Journal

I just returned from out of state and was saddened to hear of Jerry's passing. He always seemed to have the right outlook on life and it was a pleasure to know him.

Posted by Larry Ingersoll - Gloucester, MA   October 25, 2011

to teriand family,we will always remember gerry for his willingness to help others.and his ability to make others smile at a moments notice.your here uncle gerry with every step we make.god bless you,love david and charles robert. vogel

Posted by charles - danvers, MA   October 25, 2011

Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. We will always have wonderful memories of Uncle Gerry. Simply put, he was loved. Hank and Carol Haverly

Posted by Hank and Carol Haverly - Lakeville, MA   October 21, 2011

Dear Terri and family: Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. I'm sure that he is in a better place, He was such a joy to be around.

Posted by Mary & Dan Parma - MA   October 20, 2011

Dear Barbara and Family, on behalf of myself and the AMVETS of Post 32 Gloucester, and the MA Department of AMVETS, please accept our most sincere condolences on the passing of your beloved husband "Jerry." He was a valued member of the AMVETS organization and we will miss him as such, but more so as a patriot of this country and a valued friend to all. Tom Glenn, Past State Commander, AMVETS Dept. of MA, Past Post Commander AMVETS Post 32

Posted by Thomas A. Glenn - Gloucester, MA   October 19, 2011

My deepest symphathizes to the Vogel Family. Gerry had worked for me as the Van Driver for SeniorCare's Transportation Service. Through wind/rain/sleet and snow I could always count on Gerry to go the extra mile and make sure the van was on the road and the seniors were being served.

Posted by Lydia Bertolino - Gloucester, MA   October 19, 2011

Terry, It has been a great pleasure to know your dad. I am going to miss his ways of bring happiness to all he encountered. He will forever be remember as a kind and true gentleman.

Posted by Lynnette - gloucester, MA   October 18, 2011

Dear Terry, So sorry to hear about your Dad. He certainly did enjoy his life and made a lot of people happy. I know how hard it can be to lose your Dad but I like to believe they are in a much better place. Our love and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Love, Chris and Matt

Posted by Chris OConnor - glou, MA   October 18, 2011