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Clarence Dale Bogle August 9, 1938 to November 11, 2020

Clarence Dale Bogle

August 9, 1938 to November 11, 2020

Clarence Dale Bogle, 82, of rural Bloomfield, Iowa, passed away on November 11, 2020, at Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital in Columbia, Missouri. He was born August 9, 1938, in Moulton, Iowa to Clarence and Virgil Farley Bogle. He served in the Army and was proud of his service time. In 1961, he married Joyce Marshall in Lancaster, Missouri. They lived in West Branch for several years, and Dale worked for the Rock Island Railroad. In 1972, they purchased a farm and moved to Davis County. Dale farmed and milked cows for several years. He owned a fence building company for many years also.

Dale was an outdoorsman at heart. He loved to golf, hunt, fish, shoot guns, and was an avid bird hunter. He also enjoyed spending time with people and his family. He was a member of the Bloomfield and Lancaster Country Clubs.

He is survived by his wife, Joyce Bogle; daughter, Kyndal (Alan) Bodkins of Bloomfield; two granddaughters, Brooke Bodkins of Bloomfield and Blair (Nathan Gerlach) Bodkins of Springbrook, Iowa; brother, Gale (Linda) Bogle of Agency, Iowa; and three sisters, Carolyn (Martin) Shook of Des Moines, Iowa, Lynn (Brad) Brobisky of Austin, Texas, and Rosalind Cole of Thurmond, North Carolina.

He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Shirley Chapman; and three brothers, Thomas, Davey, and Bruce Bogle.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m. on Monday, November 16, 2020, at the Wagler Funeral Home in Bloomfield with Pastor R.J. Montis, officiating. Military rites were performed at the funeral home by Reed-Whisler Post #78 of the American Legion. Cremation followed the service and burial of the cremated remains will be at the Coatesville Cemetery at a later date. Visitation began at noon on Sunday with the family present to greet friends from 3-5 p.m. at the funeral home. Masks were required for the visitation and funeral service. Memorials have been established to the Lancaster Country Club and Reed-Whisler Post #78 of the American Legion in Bloomfield. Online condolences may be directed to

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