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David W. Fogg

Born: Fri., Feb. 29, 1924
Died: Wed., Sep. 9, 2020

Graveside Service

2:15 PM Thu., Sep. 24, 2020
Location: Massachusetts National Cemetery

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David Warren FOGG, of Lakeville and Brockton, MA died peacefully at home on Sept. 09, 2020. He was 96 years young. Born in Brockton he was the son of the late John Stanley Fogg and Marion Frances (Rochefort) Fogg. Husband of the late Phyllis E. (Schofield) Fogg.

He is survived by two daughters: Carol A. LeClair of Brockton and Janice E. Rodman and her husband Ken of Lakeville and late son David Waren Fogg, Jr. of Brockton and his wife Nancy E. (Kelley) Fogg. Grandpa to Tiffany, Jessica, Kelley, Brian, and Janine. Great grandpa to Alisha Alex, Josie and Jack.

Dave graduated from Brockton High School in 1942 and went on to get a certificate from New England Aircraft School. He served during WW ll in the U. S. Navy with the Seabees. Dave and his brother "Chief" ran Fogg Brothers Garage in Brockton successfully until he retired to Lakeville in the late 70's.  Dave had a passion for living life to the fullest and enjoyed many hobbies, including flying his plane and chumming around with the guys at the Taunton Airport, sailing, photography and playing guitar in retirement. He was incredibly talented at building and fixing things and made boats, a beautiful deck that he enjoyed at his place on Long Pond and anything that needed fixing.

A graveside Military service will be held on September 24th at 2:15PM at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne.  Everyone should meet at the National Cemetery at 2:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to a charity of your choice.


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Gerel Crosby
   Posted Thu September 17, 2020
I am so sorry to hear your dad has passed. He was always so nice to chat with. I live down the street and would stop by when I walked up to get the mail. So glad he had his last winter in Florida and this summer on the lake. I knew him from the Taunton airport where he along with my husband were pilots. Those were the most friendly group of guys.
Condolences to you all.

Jerry Field
   Posted Sun September 20, 2020
Known Dave from the Airport since the Sixties. An extremely talented guy who lived a very full life to ripe old age. My kind of guy for sure.
Rest in peace my friend.9

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