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Robert Allen Voigt

August 8, 1941 — May 20, 2024


Robert Allen Voigt of McKinney, Texas, passed away, surrounded by his loved ones, on May  20,2024, at the age of 82. He was born August 8, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois, to Robert Walter  Voigt and Jane Esther Kinney Voigt. His parents and younger brother, Keith, preceded him in death. He was a loving husband to Mary Lynn Voigt for 45 years, father to daughters  Debbie Joy Voigt (Joseph Tamborino) and Marianne Koenig (Dave). and sons Robert Scott  Voigt (Angela), and Kevin Keith Voigt (Tara). Daughter Melinda Voigt predeceased him.  Maddie, Kailee, Abby, Nicholas, Graham, Olivia and Morgan, called him Gramps, and Brian and Todd Voigt, along with Jill Miller and Koree Aitken called him Uncle Bob. 

Following classes at Northwestern University, he graduated from Chico State College in Chico, CA. Bob enjoyed a successful career in sales at RRDonnelley and Sons Printing  Company in both Chicago and Irvine, California. After leaving RRD, he worked for Brown Corporation and Banta Corporation as Vice President of Sales in the catalogue division. Following a move to Dallas, Texas, he owned and operated two Kwik Kar stores in 
Carrollton, Texas. Upon the sale of those stores, he worked for Costco Corporation building 9 carwashes in the western states. He retired in 2008 and moved to McKinney, Texas.

Bob was an avid sports fan enjoying track and field events. Soccer, and football, however baseball was his true love. He enjoyed the Chicago Cubs and White Socks and attended many Los Angeles Dodgers games at Dodger Stadium and at his home in McKinney. The Rangers became his team upon his move to Texas. Bob lived a life filled with love, compassion, and unwavering dedication to Christ, his family, and friends. Throughout his 
life, Bob was known for his impeccable work ethic and approached every endeavor with grace and determination. He was an avid learner and reader, always eager to learn something new. He touched the lives of many with his kindness, generosity, and humor. He will also be remembered fondly by his countless friends and colleagues, who were touched by his warmth and sincerity.

The Voigt family extends their heartfelt gratitude to all those who have offered their support, condolences, and prayers during this difficult time. Your kindness and compassion nave provided strength and solace during their time of grief.

May he rest in peace, knowing his legacy of love and kindness will endure for generations to come. Though he may no longer be with us in body, his spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved him. Let us cherish the moments we shared with Bob and carry forward the lessons he imparted to us.

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