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Mr. Stu Voigt

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Our annual crop insurance meetings are ..., 16 June 2014 [cached]
Our annual crop insurance meetings are set for the last week in January 2014, and we're pleased to announce that Stu Voigt, former Minnesota Vikings tight end, will be the headline speaker for the event. Stu's speech, titled The Winning Edge, focuses on the "work hard, go far" mentality that you need to be successful in any career-whether it's professional football, sales or farming.
Stu Voigt played 11 years with the Minnesota Vikings. He started in three Superbowls and finished his career as the Vikings all-time leading tight end receiver holding records in yardage, receptions and touchdowns. He was also a premiere blocking tight end. Voigt was named to the Vikings All-Time team in 1985 and in 2010 named as one of the 50 Greatest Vikings.
Voigt had an illustrious career at the University of Wisconsin where he lettered in football, baseball and track. He was the Badgers MVP in football in 1969 and is the Big 10's last three sport letterman. Voigt was elected to the Wisconsin Hall of Fame in 2000. He received his BBA and Masters Degree from the UW where he majored in management.
Voigt is currently involved in the real estate and banking business in Minneapolis. He has worked in the broadcast industry as a commentator for Viking and Badger football since his retirement in 1980. Stu and his wife, Linda, currently live in Apple Valley, Minnesota.
The annual meeting is sponsored by Ihry Insurance to bring in regional experts to discuss the outlook on area crops for 2014 and beyond. Along with Voigt, we have three other speakers lined up to attend.
Stu Voigt, Former NFL Tight End, Minnesota Vikings
Mr. Voigt's speech, The Winning Edge, will focus on how using the "work hard, go far" approach can be used to be successful in any career.
Friend and former Vikings tight end ..., 24 Sept 2008 [cached]
Friend and former Vikings tight end Stu Voigt said Hilgenberg died peacefully surrounded by his family at his Lakeville, Minn., home.
‘‘He'd say, 'It's not when you go, it's where you go,"' Voigt told The Associated Press. ‘‘He handled these last six months with a lot of dignity."
Voigt and Hilgenberg met when Voigt joined the Vikings in 1970.
Voigt and Hilgenberg met when Voigt joined the Vikings in 1970.
Hilgenberg was already with the team, and because of their positions on opposite sides of the ball, the two ‘‘literally ran into each other every day for years" during practice, Voigt said.
‘‘We were teammates and friends from the very start," Voigt said.
Voigt said Hilgenberg made him and other members of the team better players, but that Hilgenberg's strong faith and community involvement also made them better people.
After the Vikings, Voigt and Hilgenberg remained friends and ran banking and real estate businesses together.
Voigt said the last few months were rough.
‘‘It takes away your body," Voigt said of the disease. ‘‘But I could tell the mind was there, and the twinkle in his eye. ...He was really quite a guy."
He is survived by his wife, four grown children, and several grandchildren.Funeral arrangements were pending.
Stu Voigt serves as the ..., 14 Sept 2011 [cached]
Stu Voigt serves as the player director for Taste of the NFL. Stu played 11 years for the Minnesota Vikings, starting in three Super Bowls as a tight end. Stu finished his career as the Vikings' all-time leading tight end receiver, holding records in yardage, receptions, and touchdowns. He also was a premier blocking tight end. Stu had an illustrious career at the University of Wisconsin, where he lettered in football, track, and baseball. He and his wife, Linda, currently live in Apple Valley, Minnesota.
COLOR WITH HELMET Great looking 8x10 ..., 13 Nov 2007 [cached]
COLOR WITH HELMET Great looking 8x10 photo autographed by former Vikings tight end and former Wisconsin football player ... Stu Voigt.
Stu Voigt, former tight end for the Minnesota Vikings, signed this 8x10 color photo with a blue Sharpie.Stu, who played his college football at Wisconsin, signed this photo for me on Tuesday afternoon August 10, 2004.Stu was drafted by the Vikings in the 10th round of the 1970 draft.Stu played his entire 11 year career with the Vikings 1970-1980.Stu, who played on four Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl teams, appeared in 131 games, caught 177 passes for 1,919 yards and 17 TDs, had 2 rushes for 3 yards and 1 TD and was named to the 1985 Minnesota Vikings All-Time Silver Anniversary Team.
2013 Celebrities « Andy Russell Charitable Foundation, 2 May 2013 [cached]
Stu Voigt - Voigt's career began early as a high school all-state running back. He was recognized as a standout halfback and tight end during his collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin. Over the ten seasons he played with the Minnesota Vikings, Voigt played in three Super Bowls.
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