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895 Route 82
P.O. Box A
Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
Phone: 845-221-2000
Fax: 845-227-1862
Carol Vogel

Carol Ann Vogel (McAloon)

June 27, 1938 - October 19, 2020
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FISHKILL – Carol Ann Vogel, a Fishkill resident since 2012, formerly of Poughquag, Croton Falls, and the Bronx, passed away on Monday, October 19, 2020 at Kindred Hospital in Wayne, NJ. She was 82.

Daughter of the late William V. and Rita (Parks) McAloon, she was born in Manhattan on June 27, 1938. Carol was employed by the Arlington Central School District, where she worked as a bus driver and custodian. She retired in 2000 after 21 years of service. She was a parishioner of St. Mary, Mother of the Church in Fishkill and enjoyed many hobbies such as travel, reading, and doing crossword puzzles. She loved her dogs, but most importantly she cherished spending time with her family and friends.

On November 10, 1956, she married George W. Vogel in Yonkers. Carol was predeceased by her husband on June 17, 1996.

Survivors include her son, George Vogel, Jr. & his wife Anna of Austin, TX; her son, Robert Vogel & his wife Lucia of White Plains; her daughter, Christina Knowles & her husband Julius of Weston, MA; her son, Eric Vogel of Conway, SC; her grandchildren: Brandon Vogel, Kaitlyn Vogel, Jordan Vogel, Connor Vogel, Nicholas Knowles, and Alessandra Knowles; her great-grandson, Ryland Sizemore; her brother, Michael McAloon & his wife Toni; her nephew, Kevin McAloon & his wife Crystal; and many other loving relatives & friends.

In addition to her husband and parents, Carol was also predeceased by her sister, Dolores McAloon.

Memorial services will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Carol’s memory may be made to the American Heart Association (www.heart.org) or Disabled American Veterans (www.dav.org).

Arrangements are under the direction of the McHoul Funeral Home of Fishkill, Inc., 1089 Main Street, Fishkill. For online tributes, you can visit Carol’s Book of Memories at www.mchoulfuneralhome.com
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ali knowles

Posted at 10:39pm
Dear Grandma,
I'm sorry we have to say goodbye , it is to soon. I know that you will never get to read or hear this but maybe you will. I want to thank you for being an amazing grandma to both Nico and I. You never missed a birthday, you always got me a card with a present. I am so grateful that I was able to call you my grandma. I know you loved white Russian's you always drank them when we would go out to eat. You also loved peanut butter, and you loved cows. I know you were in a coma for a few months but i'm glad you are in a better place now. Thanksgiving will be very different but I know that you will be watching over all of us this year. I know I am the youngest grandkid but I promise to turn 18 and walk across the stage and get my diploma at the end of this year, because even though you can not be there with us you will be there watching me from above. I will always remember the holidays at your house, many memories are left in that house. Something that I only ate when I was with you was Cracker barrel, always eating brunch or an early dinner and then buying tons of candy was always a highlight. Going up to Maine was always so fun, going out to the arcade with the cousins all night and then coming home to all the adults sitting around the table eating ice cream and catching up. You always hugged me super tight and never forgot to kiss my head goodnight before we all headed off to the bunk house for the night. During our summer breaks we would come visit you in NY and we would always get our haircut with you and then went back to school shopping with you. I know lily can not talk but if she could she would say thank you for saving her, I know she is not your usual Irish setter but she is even better. I will promise to keep lily safe and happy, she will always be loved and taken care of by our family. She now has chip as her older brother and they love each other, we call her micro chip. I always loved hearing about all your girls trips and the fun times you had with friends, I know that you will be watching me grow from above. I remember when we would we come visit you and there was not enough beds and you always offered to share your bed with me. Even when we were in Maine and I did not want to stay in the bunk house you shared your room with me, it was the one to the right after you walked up the blue stair case, it was the one connected to the bathroom. You were the best grandma I could have ever asked for, you always cared for me, listen to me, gave me advice, and accepted me for me. The last thing you gave me was a white shirt which said "I love my dog" which means a lot because you remembered how much I loved dogs and you thought of me. when mom brought it home for me I put it on right away. I will always cherish the moments we had together and all the birthday cards I have. I know for the next few weeks it will be hard to fully grasp but now I know that you are watching over me. You were the best grandma ever, I wish I could have given you one last hug. I promise you I will never stop being me, and I promise to never forget you. I love you so much and I will always miss you. Say hi to grandpa for me.

Love your youngest granddaughter,
Ali Knowles
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