Joyce Josephine Fogleman

Joyce Josephine Fogleman

1941 - 2021

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Obituary of Joyce Josephine Fogleman

Joyce Josephine Fogleman, 79, of Palm Bay, Florida, passed away on July 2, 2021, peacefully at her home surrounded by her loved ones. She is survived by her 6 children: Dawn Landry, Denise Hanna, Fred Fogleman, Ray Fogleman, Doreen Gluyas and Mike Fogleman. She is also survived by 9 grandchildren: Matthew Gluyas, Tyler Gluyas, Victoria Martin, John Martin, Freddie Fogleman, Stephanie Hanna, James Fogleman, Casandra Landry and Mike Fogleman; as well as many nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her brothers and sisters, Michele “Candy” Morgenthaler, Jeff Clemente, Josette Firriolo, Roger Gidon, Juliette (Suzy) Quinn, Michael Clemente and Christine Walen – who all loved her and will miss her tremendously.

She is predeceased by her sisters, Karen and Rose Ann.

Born in Newark, NJ, she was the daughter of Michael Clemente and Josephine Kasperowicz. After graduating high school at Dwight D Morrow in Englewood, NJ she moved back to Newark, NJ where she then worked for a Dental Lab, Burry Biscuits and then a cleaners. It was about this time she met Fred Fogleman and they were married about 2 years later and remained that way until his passing in October of 2020. 57 years!

Mom spent most of her life being a wonderful homemaker and housewife. She was tireless in her efforts to make sure her family was taken care of. During her life she enjoyed gardening, watching TV, working / playing on the computer, and was quite savvy with getting around it. She enjoyed watching cooking shows and then trying her hand at some of the recipes – which we were happy to be the recipients of her experiments! She had a good life raising her children, being a part of all of her grandchildren as well as being a loving “Mom” to several dogs during her life.

Mom wished only to be cremated and placed in a Mausoleum niche along with Dad. Her final resting place will be at Madonna Mausoleum located in Ft. Lee, NJ.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that any donations please be made to the American Lung Association.