*Update 10/4/2020 – We are still working on a date for Victor’s Celebration of Life. We will update with this information as soon as it is available. Thank you. – Esther Vogenitz
I just received the official announcement from Cassadaga Camp office that Victor Vogenitz’s Celebration of Life that was scheduled for April 18 is now postponed until further notice. once the world gets back on track we will choose a future date and let everyone know. Thank you for your understanding. – Esther Vogenitz
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
VICTOR PAUL VOGENITZ
1951 – 2020
We had a beautiful military service with the gun salute, Taps, presenting the Flag and full honors at the Florida National Cemetery on March 3 with friends and family from up north.
I have scheduled a Celebration of Victors Life
at Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp bookstore (because the temple is closed for remodeling)
on April 18 from 3 to 5pm. * Although due to the virus we are planning to reschedule if necessary.
Victors physical body was cremated and I sprinkled his ashes around the yard at our new house. He loved this house so much, it was our dream house. An urn with ashes was placed in the memorial wall at the cemetery and I have some ashes to sprinkle around the house in Cassadaga.
Anyone who knows Victor knows the loves of his life was the military, he was Junior ROTC in Deland High School, US Air Force also US Army, his service to spirit at Cassadaga as a medium, healer, teacher and after life coach. He brought love and closure to so many people through his séances. He loved or cared for everyone who sat at our table. And He loved me, his wife. I loved him since the minute we met at a class in Cassadaga. We have been best friends and we totally supported each other for many, many years. We married June 18, 2005. We all know love never dies.
It is really so sad. he was such a sweetheart, such a wonderful, humble, honest, loving, caring man. Those who loved him kept praying & believing that he was going to live. I guess God needed that angel more than we do and I understand why, because he helped so many people in his short lifetime, there was more souls that needed him over there.
God bless Victor. God bless us all.