H. Voss

Henry Dean Voss, of Cambridge, died Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, at GracePointe Crossing The Gables. He was 82 years old. 

He 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, he was united in marriage to Carolyn Roseland in Anoka. He worked at Farnham’s School and Supply in Minneapolis, Brigg’s Transportation and Murphy Trucking in Roseville. 

He and his wife moved to Cambridge in 1968, and he 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.

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; grandchildren: Joey, Nicole, Zach (Ashley), Matt, Derek (Kayla), Rachel, Kristina, Kaelyn (Chase) and Brandi (Jacob); great-grandchildren: Rylee, Avah, Bentley, Brakten, Brayden, Olivia, Kreed and Axel; and by many other relatives and friends.    

A memorial service was held on Thursday, Dec. 2 at Cambridge Lutheran Church. Online condolences can be made at StrikeLifeTributes.com.  

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