BEVERLY JEAN MOGLER
Beverly Jean Mogler, 80, of Fort Dodge, passed away on Sunday, December 31, 2017, at Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge. Services will be 2:00 PM on Thursday, January 4, 2018, at the CrossWay Evangelical Free Church in Fort Dodge with Rev. Scott Hatton officiating. Burial will be in the North Lawn Cemetery. Visitation will be from 12:00 Noon until the time of service on Thursday at the CrossWay Evangelical Free Church. The Gunderson Funeral Home and Cremation Services are in charge of arrangements.
Bev is survived by her four children, Caren (Mike) Kientoff of Indianola, IA, Carla (Roy) Thoune of Menominee, MI, Curt Mogler of Fort Dodge and Chuck (Jerry) Mogler of Fruitland, IA; 10 grandchildren, Keely, Corey, Nathan, Justin, Danielle, Logan, Austin, Dakota, Jordan, and Jazmin and 11 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her two sisters, Donnavieve “Donna” Nilles of Fort Dodge and Ethel Klepper of West Bend and a very close friend Bob Strain. Bev is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, their twin sons, Rodney and Roger and another son, Craig Mogler; also two sisters, Shirley Doty and Jana Lee Fry.
Beverly Jean Krug, the daughter of Vern and LaVon (Kampen) Krug, was born August 11, 1937, in West Bend, Iowa and graduated in 1955 from West Bend High School. On November 24, 1957, Bev was united in marriage to Marvin Mogler at the West Bend United Methodist Church. After their marriage the couple made their home in Sac City and in 1960 moved to Fort Dodge. Bev worked at K-Mart for 8 years before she started working at Wal-Mart in the deli department. Bev retired at the age of 72 after she worked at Wal-Mart for 24 years. Her husband passed away on August 30, 2006.
She enjoyed bowling, shopping, and belonged to several card clubs. She loved being with her friends but she mostly loved spending time visiting her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Bev was a member of the CrossWay Evangelical Free Church in Fort Dodge, a volunteer at Trinity Regional Medical Center Gift Shop, a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Eagles Club, The Rebekah Lodge, and two groups of the Red Hat Ladies.
Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.