A memorial Mass for Nancy Vogt Agry, a former Buffalo-area resident, was offered last Tuesday in Greenwich, Conn. She died unexpectedly Sept. 14, 2000, in her home. She was 72.
Born Nancy Vogt in Orchard Park, she was a graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy and Middlebury College. She taught English at East Aurora High School in the early 1950s.
She and her husband, Warren C. Jr., an advertising director for Simmons Co., were married in 1952. After leaving the Buffalo area in the mid-1950s, they lived in Atlanta and Chicago, before moving to Greenwich.
She was an outstanding junior golfer and played for the Orchard Park and Wanakah country club teams. She was a four-time champion of Cherokee Country Club in Atlanta and was a team player for the Apawamis Club in Rye for more than 25 years.
She worked as a professional model in New York City and later was a specialty advertising sales executive for N. Donald Edwards Co. and its successor, Geiger Co. In recent years, she was an independent contractor in the premium business.
In addition to her husband, survivors include a son, Bradford W. of New York City; a brother, Peter A. Vogt of Venice, Fla.; and a sister, Patricia Vogt Hart of the Town of Tonawanda.