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In Loving Memory

Doll, Arleen F. (nee Vogelpohl)

December 5, 1941 - April 16, 2024

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Tuesday, April 16, 2024.

Beloved wife of the late Leonard Doll; devoted mother of John (Margie) Doll, Patti (Dan) Chesler and Steve (Karey) Doll; loving grandmother of Nick, Allen (Sarah), Ali, Courtney, Karyn and Tim; adoring great-grandmother of Greyson. Our dearest sister, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend to many.

Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123 on Wednesday, April 24 from 4-8 pm. with Funeral Service on Thursday, April 25 at 12:30 pm. Inurnment at J.B. National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions to Humane Society of Missouri appreciated.


4 thoughts on “Doll, Arleen F. (nee Vogelpohl)”

  1. My momma was the best role model. She and my dad were married for over 50 years and made a good life together. They taught us money management skills and to be good people. Mom was involved in school activities for me and my brothers, and volunteered throughout her entire life, always giving more than she took. She was easy going with a positive attitude (although she could be opinionated or stubborn at times 😉). She made friends easily, everywhere she went. She loved dogs and regularly donated to shelters. She was my best support when raising my own children. When my kids were grown, I loved spending 1-on-1 time with mom…taking trips, playing games, or just visiting. I sure am gonna miss her. 😢

  2. It’s hard to believe that I met Arleen 20 years ago. I remember my first visit to her home – she was warm and welcoming! We had many interests in common which made our visits and phone calls over the year’s a lot of fun. I was very fortunate to have her as a mother-in-law.

    Arleen was a wonderful Mother. She and Leonard raised very special people that love each other and their families.

    She was also an amazing grandma – always making time for the grandkids. And she will always be known as “Grandma Ice Cream” to her great grandson. 🙂

    We were all lucky to have her in our lives.

  3. We are all very saddened to hear of Aunt Arlene’s passing, we send prayers to you all at this time of sorrow!!!!

  4. Arleen was a dear and good friend, we had fun together,painting, eating together, and loving our dogs, I will miss you Arleen, Rest In Peace. Phyllis McCrary


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