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Marshall Luca Vogler

05/23/2007 - 10/28/2020
Service Date: 11/13/2020
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: Bunker's Univeristy Chapel 3529 East University, Drive, Mesa, Arizona 85213

Marshall Luca Vogler, 13, of Mesa, Arizona, left us on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020. He was born in Phoenix on May 23, 2007, to Faith (Greer) and Spencer Vogler.

Marshall was an 8th grader at Heritage Academy where he enjoyed Kenpo and science.  He earned a First Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo. At age six Marshall declared that he would get his black belt, and by age 10 he succeeded. He also had a yellow belt in Kenpo. Being an avid fan of the martial arts, Marshall could not pass up the opportunity to participate in them. He welcomed the chance to earn another black belt in a different martial art.

Marshall participated in the Herpetology Club at school. He joined the club to help him overcome his fear of snakes and other reptiles. He would come home from school on those days bubbling with excitement, sharing videos and pictures of the different reptiles he had been able to touch and hold.

Marshall was a member of Boy Scout for two years, attaining the rank of Tenderfoot.

Marshall loved being outdoors and was an avid fisherman, keeping track of every single fish he caught and then released; he caught over 100 fish in his lifetime. He had a passion for rocks, video games and reading. Marshall had an affinity for quartz, but that did not stop him from admiring and collecting all types of rocks and geodes. Marshall was known for playing Minecraft and Fortnite with his friends. He also enjoyed Halo with his dad and brother.

He savored several book series including Fablehaven, Beyonders and Ranger’s Apprentice, often enticing his mom to read them as well.

Marshall is survived by his parents, Faith (Greer) and Spencer Vogler; his brother, Conner Vogler, Mesa, AZ; his aunt, Cristin (Greer) Vinson, wife of Allen Vinson, Oakwood, GA; cousins Pearl Vinson and Sebastigan Vinson, Oakwood, GA.

He is also survived by his grandparents, Ram Khalsa, Gisela, AZ, Sally Fulton, Scottsdale, AZ, and Katie (Greer) McAllister, wife of Kent McAllister, Campbellsville, KY, as well as his Great Aunt Carol (Vogler) Swanson, Lincoln, NE.

Marshall is also survived by his cousins Kirstin (Swanson) Wilder, wife of David Wilder Jr., Eden Wilder, Sophie Wilder, Lincoln, NE; Kari (Swanson) Neth, wife of Abraham Neth, Alexander Neth, and Claire Neth, Lincoln, NE; Robert Swanson, husband of Emily (Fantelli) Swanson, and Jack Swanson, Pebble Beach, CA.

A Celebration of Life memorial for Marshall will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020 at Bunker Funeral Home, 3529 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85213. Unfortunately, the celebration will be limited to approximately 50 people so friends and family who will not be attending in person are welcome to join the service virtually on the Facebook live platform.  The link will not be active until 10 a.m. Friday morning. Please join us at:

Marshall Luca Vogler Celebration of life

Bunker Family Funerals & Cremation is honored to be caring for Marshall and his family. Online condolences may be offered at www.bunkerfuneral.com.

Upon conclusion of the Celebration of Life at Bunker Funeral Home, the Vogler’s will open their home from 1-3 p.m. for anyone who wants to greet the family.



  • Sending love and prayers to you and your family. May all the memories of your beautiful child offer you some comfort.

  • Mrs.Maegan Ginn and Heritage Academy 8th graders

    On behalf of my 8th grade scholars and myself,I would like extend our condolences for this extremely heart breaking loss. Marshall was so kind, thoughtful, hard working and a friend to all. It has been a pleasure to see the countless lives that Marshall touched by his genuine bright smile and friendship.
    It is disheartening to think of not getting to have him in class anymore. He was truly wonderful and will be missed by all of us here at Heritage. We are so grateful for the time we got to spend with him. We hope you may feel comfort and the love of all those around you.

    History Teacher

  • Brother from my family to you and yours, we send our deepest sympathy during this time. Our prayers and blessings are with you.

  • Marshall and your family are in our prayers. We hope you find some peace in this difficult time.

  • Sending you love and heartfelt prayers that you may find the strength you need to get through each day!!!

  • Mrs. Sandra Alston and Heritage Orchestra/Piano students

    As musicians and fellow Heritage Heroes, we have expressed and exchanged words of sincere empathy and loss from Marshalls passing away. His life of kindness, creativity, and sincerity towards others will be fondly remembered. As we continue to share the goodness of life with one another through our music, we pay tribute to him through the universal language that is felt by all. When words cannot fill the void of the heart- music offers a sweet solace that may help
    Heal the pains of a loved one who has passed on. Very heartfelt wishes of peace- love Heritage Orchestra and Piano students!

  • From my family to your family. we are sending prayers. May the memories of your son bring you comfort during this difficult time.

  • Spencer, Faith, Conner, Sally and Ram we send our deepest condolence from Canada. All your family and friends here are saddened and heart broken, but will continue to hold all of you in our thoughts and prayers. We will all cherish our fond memories, laughs and infectious smiles that Marshall shared with us during his visits in Canada. Love and hugs to all of you!
    Martha Vickers

  • I was in Marshall’s 6th-grade class, and he was my friend. One thing I remember about him was that he would (pretend) to get mad at me because I hadn’t seen any Star Wars movies…:) He was a kind and caring friend to everyone and he was very smart and talented. I am sending hope and prayers to your family.
    Emily Mabb

  • I will hold Marshall in my heart forever. His presence was a gift of love and joy that I will miss greatly. My favorite memories of Marshall are fun filled days at Shanti Om Stead, hearing him whoop with glee as he enjoyed a quad ride, and sharing evening card and board games. I am grateful for the time we spent together and feel so blessed that I was able to know his bright spirit.

  • Curt, Danni and Jayden

    The news of Marshall’s loss is heartbreaking. Please know that Curt, Jayden and I are thinking of all of you, and that there is boundless love and prayer being offered for your family from ours.

    Your time with Marshall is an incredible gift—I know you realize that, and will always be grateful for the way he served such a high purpose in life, including helping you all to grow and learn and to expand and absorb your capacity to love.

    You have so much to be proud of in Marshall’s life. And you have made me and all who know you proud, too, because we can see so much of you both in Marshall’s many wonderful achievements. In this time of sorrow, mixed with gratitude for the sheer joy of Marshall’s life, please know we are with you.

    We will never forget out trips up to Gisela where the boys would hang out, fish, and just be kids enjoying the great outdoors. Those are some of our favorite memories.

    All three of us hurt greatly for your loss. Love and Peace to everyone.

  • Tiffany O’Hara

    I’ve been trying for days now to come up with something comforting to say, and I’ve realized there really isn’t anything I can say. My heart is broken for all of you.

  • Please accept our sincere condolences and may God Rest his Soul.

  • Vogler Family,

    My heart is with you all and my arms are wrapped so tightly around you.

    I have only seen Marshall a handful of times over the years I have known you. However, with the near daily stories I have heard about “the boys” I feel as if I never missed a single day with him.

    There are no words anyone can say to make this beyond intense sorrow any better, but I pray you all can feel the out pouring of deep love and support you have around you.

    Always only love,

  • My deepest condolences to the whole family. I will be praying for comfort for all of you in this very uncomfortable time. We live in Surprise, but if there is anything my wife and I, or my parents, John and Beth, can do, please have Sally reach out to us.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with you. I am so sorry for your loss.

  • David and Kristy Bluestein

    Our heartfelt condolences to the whole family; we both loved and enjoyed getting to know Marshall and watch him grow up through the years. We will never forget how your family adopted us at Deb’s gatherings. We will always treasure the memories of those times. We know that the of love and joy that Marshall brought to the world will always be a part of all of our lives. – David and Kristy

  • Rochelle Vigurs

    Spencer, Faith, Conner, Sally, Ram, and all extended family who knew and loved Marshall, our little circle here in Toronto is heartbroken for your loss. Over thirty years Sally and I have shared a deep friendship, as mothers (our children Spencer, Adrian, and Lara, were at middle school together), and as devoted grandparents. Marshall’s bright spirit, his angelic face and beautiful smile, will live on in each of us. We hold you in our thoughts, and in our hearts.

  • My heart breaks for all of you. Please take comfort in knowing Marshall is in a place with no sorrow or pain. You will be together again in paradise. John and Beth Wright

  • Nina and Vince Quaranto...

    To Sally ; we’re praying for you and your family…may God hold Marshall tight …Condolances to the whole family…from Tony and Liz’s Parents

  • With deep sorrow, I’m sending my most heartfelt condolences to Spencer, Faith, Conner, Sally, and all of the family. It is a great loss and I send you all the light and love to help you get through this difficult time.

  • Mr. Blau Heritage Academy 7th Grade Gentlemen's Choir

    Marshall was such a great part of the 7th grade Gentlemen’s choir last year. I remember how he would come up to me after class, smiling and say “Thank you Mr. Blau”. I will miss his quiet enthusiasm, sparkle in the eyes and happy grin. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know Marshall.
    With utmost respect and prayers,
    Mr. Kerwin Blau

  • Alycia de Mesa & Family

    We are so sad to hear of the passing of your son. Our heartfelt condolences and prayers for healing, comfort, love and peace to you all. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. – Alycia, Marcus and Kai from Heritage

  • Shant, Sevak, Siri, Satsiri & Dharma

    There was always going to be a delight when Marshall hung out in Gisela with the farm families. His slight-yet-strong stature, under his big hat, with a huge smile buzzing around the dirt lanes on a quad (or whatever was on wheels at the moment) to visit fruit trees, veggies, horses, the turkey vulture flock, or the local pig, and especially the folks – forever leaves indelible images, sounds, and heartfelt energies. We now send him to buzz among other beloved souls. An absolute treasure to have known such a wonderful spirit. Peace and light to all family, friends, teachers, best buds.

  • For Sally:
    Sal we have shared many a story about our grandchildren over the years. Even though I never got to meet Marshall your pictures and stories allowed me to connect with that part of your world. There are no words but please know that you and your family have my deepest sympathy.
    With love and hugs from Canada

  • Katie McAllister

    I love you all

  • Our deepest sympathies to your entire family. “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds” (Psalm 147:3)”

    We are here for you if you ever need anything.

  • I too would like to offer my condolences. Sometimes life feels so rough and painful, but we need to move on. this moment is but the wink of an eye in the eternities. And before we all know it, Marshall will be greeting us in the afterlife. But until then, Marshall is still with the Vogler Family.

  • Taya Johnson

    I was a peer of Marshall’s in both elementary school and junior high. Although I never knew him too well, I always found his smile so kind and inviting. He always seemed to have something funny yet polite and sweet to say. He sat by me in Miss Smiths Honors English class, and when peer grading he was always to kind to critique me although I know there was always room for it.

    I happened to be thinking about him and your family.
    Still sending prayers your way, God bless.

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