Duane Siegenthaler Obituary, Death – She had lived in Monticello up until the day she passed away, which was the day she passed away, and she passed away on December 2, 2010, at the age of 89. Following her passing, she was taken to the Monroe Clinic Hospital to be cremated after her body had been removed from her body. On March 18, 1921, Elizabeth was born on the farm in Green County that she and her parents considered to be their home.
The farm was the location of Elizabeth’s birth. Elizabeth was born on the farm where her parents were working. Both her father, Albert Vogel, and her mother, Anna (Volkhart) Vogel, bore her as their child. She was their child. Her grandfather on her father’s side was also given the name Albert Vogel. On the 21st of March in 1943, she wed Glenn Siegenthaler at the St.
John’s United Church of Christ in Monroe. Monroe served as the location for the ceremony. They had been farmers in the Mt. Pleasant Township area up until the 29th of November in the year 1994, when Glenn passed away. Glenn’s death brought an end to their farming career. They had been toiling away up until that point. Liz had been a lifelong resident of the area, and she never lost the feeling that she belonged there right up until the moment she passed away; she had spent her entire life there.
She held her time with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren in the highest regard. She cherished every moment she was able to share with them. She was a Jehovah’s Witness and belonged to the Monroe congregation of the organization. In addition, she looked forward to weekly sessions of Yass with her younger siblings. Her passing occurred in the year 2014, unfortunately.