Henry Dean Voss, age 82, of Cambridge died November 18, 2021 at GracePointe Crossing The Gables. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 A.M. Thursday, December 2nd at Cambridge Lutheran Church. A time for visiting will be held one hour prior to the service at the church. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
Henry Dean Voss was born April 28, 1939 in Forest City, Iowa to Vern and Clara (Schultz) Voss. He grew up in Ogilvie and graduated from Ogilvie High School in 1957. On June 23, 1962 Henry married Carolyn Roseland in Anoka. Henry worked at Farnham’s School & Supply in Minneapolis, Brigg’s Transportation and Murphy Trucking in Roseville. They moved to Cambridge in 1968 and Henry worked as Assistant Administrator at Memorial Hospital for 25 years. He retired in 1992. He was very involved in the community serving on the Springvale Township Board and Cambridge Lutheran Cemetery Board for many years. He was also a member of the Braham Moose Lodge for a time. He enjoyed the outdoors, farming and collecting John Deere tractors.
Henry passed away November 18, 2021 at GracePointe Crossing The Gables at the age of 82 years, 6 months and 21 days. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a brother, Clifford; and granddaughter, Amber Rose.
He will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Carolyn; children, Dean (Ronda) Voss, Jolene (Darrell) Platz, and Gayle (Phil) Satterstrom; brothers, Ray, Bill (Sharon), Larry (Eileen), Dennis (Rose) and Jerry (Peggy); sister, Judy (Steve) Taylor; 9 grandchildren, Joey, Nicole, Zach (Ashley), Matt, Derek (Kayla), Rachel, Kristina, Kaelyn (Chase) and Brandi (Jacob); 8 great-grandchildren, Rylee, Avah, Bentley, Brakten, Brayden, Olivia, Kreed and Axel; and by many other relatives and friends.
Janice Johnson Schubert says
I graduated with Henry from Ogilvie in 1957 and we have kept in touch all of these years. He was a true gentleman and a gentle man. I remember when he and Carolyn moved from their farm and into Cambridge. Their farm was near my brothers place East of Cambridge so I kept up with them through the proximity to my brother….and through occasional phone calls. I’m sure he is at peace as living away from Carolyn in the health care facility was not his “cup of tea”. He lived for the day when he would get strong enough to “go back home”…..and, indeed, he is now Home.
Marie Grundberg says
Dear Carolyn and family! I’m so sorry to hear of Henry’s passing! I sure enjoyed all my visits with both of you over the years. My heart goes out to you Carolyn and family in the loss of dear Henry!! My deepest sympathy and love to all of you. My prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time!
Mike Gagnon says
Henry was a good friend enjoyed his company and the time we spent together.
Valerie Schiff says
Henry was a really good man and I am grateful I got to meet him. His legacy, as I’ve seen, it is in his heart, his smile, his love. That very much lives on in his family.
My heartaches for you all as you move through this grief process.
you have all my love