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Violet Stockigt

Obituary of Violet May Stockigt

Violet May Stockigt 1927 – 2021 Bridgewater – Violet May Stockigt, 93, of Bridgewater, passed away Friday, February 12, 2021 at her home. Violet was born August 14, 1927 in Fairfield, Iowa, the daughter of Emer and Nellie May (Cook) Ingersoll. There she was raised and educated and a high school graduate. On December 23, 1942, Violet married Fritz Peter Stockigt in West Exeter, NY, sharing a union of nearly fifty years until his passing in 1991. Violet had been employed with Cortland Lines. She enjoyed fishing, cooking and baking, reading and crossword puzzles. Violet also loved to travel, especially trips to Florida and Maine. She was of the Methodist faith. Violet is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Peter and Roberta Stockigt, Frankfort, Jonathan and Linda Stockigt, Groton, NY, six grandchildren, Scott, Jonathan, Jr., Brian, Peter, Jr., Christopher, and Matthew; as well as eight great-grandchildren and for great-great-grandchildren. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews whom she thought of as her own, including Bea Dennis, with whom she resided. She also leaves dear friends, Barbara Nelson, Steve Barrett, and Doug Barrett. Violet is predeceased by a sister, Caroline Ingersoll, and a brother, Harold Ingersoll. Mrs. Stockigt’s funeral services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Interment will take place privately in Schuyler Lake Cemetery. Those wishing may donate to Hospice & Palliative Care Inc. in Violet’s memory. Arrangements are entrusted to R.P. Heintz Funeral Service, Inc. 10 East Park Row, Clinton. Online memorial and guestbook available at

Private Services

R.P. Heintz Funeral Service, Inc.
10 East Park Row
Clinton, New York, United States
Services will take place privately at the convenience of the family.

Private Interment

Schuyler Lake Cemetery
1635 Co Rd 23
Schuyler Lake, New York, United States
Interment will take place in Schuyler Lake Cemetery privately at the convenience of the family.