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John Vosburgh

August 29, 1945 — March 11, 2022

Quakertown

John Vincent Vosburgh, age 76, of Quakertown passed away on March 11, 2022 at Doylestown Hospital. He was the loving husband of the late Diane Marie (Huth) Vosburgh with whom he shared 53 years of marriage.

Born in Amherst, Massachusetts, he was a son of the late John Edward and Sarah (Bigelow) Vosburgh.

He is survived by his son, John Vincent Vosburgh, Jr. (Danielle), daughter, Michelle Vosburgh Cwikla (John), grandchildren, Tylor Vosburgh (Amanda), Logan Cwikla Robison (Steven), Cole Cwikla and a great grandchild on the way. Twin brother Jeffrey Vosburgh (Sarah), brothers Peter Vosburgh and Gregory Vosburgh and sister Judith (Vosburgh) Bense.

John graduated from Neshaminy High School in 1963 where he was a 3 year varsity letterman in Baseball, Basketball and Football. In his professional life, he was owner and operator of numerous construction companies. Some of the buildings in his portfolio include St. Mary's Hospital, Fox Chase Cancer Center and The Carousel Hotel in Ocean City Maryland among many others. After retiring from his companies he continued as a sole proprietor in building and as a master carpenter.

Johns hobbies included an avid model plane flyer, building model train platforms for his grandchildren, golf, sailing his Hobie Cat and car racing. He raced in the SCCA and IMSA.

A memorial luncheon will be held on April 14. If interested in attending, please contact his daughter Michelle at 215-378-4101.

Arrangements are by Naugle Funeral and cremation service of Quakertown (215-536-3343) To view online obituary please visit www.nauglefcs.com.

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