Frederick Fogleman

September 7, 1941October 13, 2020

Frederick Herbert Fogleman, 79, passed away October 13, 2020, peacefully at home surrounded by his loved ones. He is survived by his wife, Joyce (Cookie) who shared 57 years of wedded bliss and his 6 children: Dawn, Denise, Fred, Ray, Doreen, and Mike. He is also survived by nine grandchildren: Matthew, Tyler, Victoria, John, Freddy, Stephanie, James, Casandra, and Mike; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Born in Newark, New Jersey, he was the son of Janie Mae Alton and Talmadge Henry Fogleman. He was employed as a set-up man and then ultimately foreman for over 40 years at William Steinen Mfg Co located in Parsippany, New Jersey.

In his spare time, he enjoyed listening to his old music on his CD player – he was a wild enthusiast of Elvis Presley. He also enjoyed watching car racing, old westerns, and Family Feud as well as building model cars. Dad also enjoyed nature where he would study the sky and say the clouds looked like popcorn.

He is predeceased by his brother, Talmadge (Henny) and his five sisters: Inez, Mae, Ruth, Kay, and Margie.

In lieu of a funeral service, there will be a Celebration of Life at his home with family and friends. And in lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that you make a donation to the Heart Disease Foundation.


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Ray Fogleman

October 26, 2020

Where To Begin... Dad and I Have alot of Great Memories Together, Weather it Was a After Dinner on Sunday playing Softball, Having Our Talks in The Backyard on Myrtle Ave and In Florida. But... The One Memory that Stands out is.. Helping Dad Every Year in Late October or early November put Up Christmas Lights which Would end up to be a Yearly Rituall... Which Dad and I looked foward Too every Year. I Love And Miss You Soooo Very Much Dad. RIP. 💕 💕 💕 Thank You For all you Taught Me Thru the Years. I Love You!

Sherry C.( mcGinnis) Cornell

October 22, 2020


Michele Morgenthaler

October 21, 2020

I met Fred before he and my sister Cookie were married more than 57 years ago. Fred and his nephew Earl were always laughing amongst themselves probably with their silly and corny jokes that you always had to laugh at too. Fred was a very hard worker and at times worked multiple jobs to provide for his large family. He loved everything about Elvis but after he turned grey at a very young age looked more like Kenny Rogers. Always kind and laughing. You are truly missed but now your pain and suffering are over and you have been welcomed home for eternal peace. Love Candy & Ted.

Ann Saporito

October 21, 2020

What can I say about my Uncle Freddie? I always thought he was a cool dude. He was always listening to Elvis. He told me after my Mom, his sister Ruth died that she always sent him a birthday card. She never missed his birthday. When she died he missed getting his card from his sister. I always remembered how old he was because my Mom said he was 10 yrs younger that she was and I am 20 yrs younger than her. So, he would be 10 yrs older than me. This year I was 69 so he was 79 and my Mom would be 89 until January next year.
I remember him and Earl his nephew, but only a few years younger then Freddie, they would giggle and talk to their watches like they were communicators like on Star Trek. LOL I miss your hearty laugh. You moved to Florida and I am still in Jersey but I always enjoyed visiting you and Aunt Cookie when you were in Jersey. If anything is good in your passing, it's you are with your family and Earl. Rest in peace.

Dawn Fogleman Landry

October 20, 2020

I remember a time when Dad would hang me and Denise off the archway in between the living room and dining room . I swear he left us hanging for such a long time but I’m sure it was just seconds holding on for dear life so we wouldn’t fall! Lol
I Love you Dad ❤️

Carol Aragona Chinchar

October 20, 2020

I was 17 years old when I first met Mr Fogleman (Dad). He always had a big smile and a joke, and a laugh you can’t forget. I always felt welcome in his home, and admired the family he had made, and enjoyed spending time with him and his family.
My deepest heartfelt sympathies to all your family and loved ones.
Rest In Peace Mr. Fogleman

Denise Fogleman Hanna

October 20, 2020

Dad, Thank You for being such a good father. You taught me a lot! Riding my bike in Vailsburg Park or was it Branchburg Park in Newark .,
Remember Saturday’s in the driveway on Myrtle working on your Chevy. You taught me how to change my own tire! THANK YOU. The softball games on Sundays after dinner. PRICELESS! But, most of all you taught me to appreciate music. 50’s. Rest In Peace 🙏🏻 Hold onto Oreo xxxooo. Thank you for being a good Dad and a great man. I LOVE YOU ❤️

Vicente ( Vinnie ) Taboada

October 20, 2020

The best boss I ever had,
He took all his time to teach me how to be a good set up person at William Steinem Mfg Co in Parsippany.
The first time I see funny car race, he show me.
RIP, my dear friend, I remember you for ever.