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January 04, 2018
Dad, I am honored, proud, and so grateful to be your son, to be your only child who wears the FOGG surname with high esteem, and to let those who never met you know what a truly genuine, wonderful, hilarious, kind, supportive, creative, earnest, dedicated, goal-setting, loving, generous man, father,& husband and one-of -kind guy you are and you were.... I am so excited to realize that I was still getting to know all about you, and I still await an old Yankee saying, a little ditty at the dinner table, a laugh that I caused, a joke already heard, a play on words, a happy face when having a favorite food (mostly everything), your presence, your opening a birthday gift, a Father's Day gift, A Christmas gift..... I am heartbroken, and at times lost that My Dad/that you are not physically here talking, whistling, playing the harmonica, working on a PCH Contest, getting ready for another DHS Class of '47 Association meeting or reunion, getting enthused and excited about a UFO episode or anything with Airplanes, or going to the window or outside to see what airplane is flying overhead.... How many baseballs did you catch, or football punts retrieved (from the trees!!!)....I know how many: not enough....it's all of those special times that while happening just seemed right, due course, routine, engaging....and, I am one very lucky son to have a Dad who made memories, and made them lasting, smile provoking, and are recalled with a myriad of emotions.... You left too early, Dad... I cannot stop the tears as I write this right this moment...Mom and I are getting through, we are having our tough times, but we have found laughter as we are able, and as we are built for...you are in our every day thoughts, conversations; in our attitude, character; in our love, sharing; in our Fogg of 3 at the kitchen table: we wait for you to fill your chair; your in our every bite, sip; you are us and we are you.... Mom & I miss you beyond compare; your essence is revealed in our very nature, our disposition, our social values, our common grounds; every step we take, every mile we travel (Happy Motoring!!!), every phone call, every interaction, every moment, every second, every every everything of being, that has been, that will be....Mom misses you terribly, and it saddens me when I see her sad at times, trying to carry on, trying to understand how she could lose her sister and husband within 7 months, within the same year...She is strong and she knows that going forward is the only direction we can take while looking back at how much we love you, care for you, and wanting to know if you are at peace, comfortable, and OK... I am overwhelmed that you bought a Christmas gift for me and that you couldn't be here to see me open it...and, I am devastated that I couldn't buy you a gift this year because you are not here to open yours....Christmas in Heaven was a better gig this year.... I can't believe that you have been gone 6 weeks already, it's surreal, I've gone through the paces, the steps, the motions to ready for your beautiful funeral service, to make you proud with Words of Remembrance, to salute you during your very much deserved & privileged presented Military Honors..... I greeted those who were able to attend your once a lifetime afterlife celebration, I conversed, I laughed with all of them, I hugged them all for you, I thanked them all because you were busy being at peace, comfortable and OK.... I will continue to speak your name in not only reverence, but in respect to how I am you, and you are me... I will continue to try to win the big one, to seek that lucky PCH fortune that you gave 42 years to... I will continue to take good care of Mom, to make sure she is OK, that she is still living life as full as possible, that she is loved, supported, cared for, never without a meal, a ride, a hand to hold, all the while with your very presence in her every stride.... I will continue to try to make you proud, to live my life fully, to make sound decisions, to muster the courage to make tough decisions, to weigh the balance of life choices, to set goals, to achieve them, try, to do, to succeed, to laugh, to cry, to enjoy my one and only go-around called life.... Always remember, Mom loves you, I love you....When you had to make a decision during the summer about continuing treatments or otherwise, I so tearfully told you this was our last summer together, and we both broke down, realizing how real reality had just become...You said, "..it's always been us three, we have done everything together..." And, I told you that us three would continue through all the thick and thin of what would ensue, what awaited...little did I know that what I had hoped would be indeed six more months with you was shortened, and unfairly made into three months....we thought you would be with us through Thanksgiving, through Christmas....but we knew we had a limited outlook, we knew that every precious second, day, week that we were all privileged to have together was just that: a privilege, a bonus, extra... How do I measure the length of a father's meaning to his son, the worth of a Dad's 54 year relationship with his only child, the value of treasured memories: ??? there is no number, no data, no question... for time is a blink, a flash, a snap; and, is now eternity, an eon, an enduring journey......No matter how many times you took to try to teach me how to tell time, I do not want this signature tome to find its timeout, its finale, its conclusion....for that would be saying good-bye.....and, every time I think of you, it will be a good-Hi....Love Always, Your #99 on the field, Your #1 Son, Glenn.....Hello Me-Dad, Hello Me-Boy....
December 12, 2017
God Bless your family at this time of Mourning,our prayers are with you both love Alexandra...
December 11, 2017
Glenn, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray for peace for you during this difficult time.
December 11, 2017
Mrs. Fogg and Glen, I am sorry for your loss. I will always remember Mr. Fogg as a great person.
December 10, 2017
Dear,Glen & Aunt Bea I'm so sorry for your loss off Uncle Reggie he was a awesome man and a great uncle, I wish I had spent more time with him since dad passed time goes by so fast.I know he had a great & long life and was loved by so many and will be with his Brother and the rest of the Angels God Bless both of you through these days to come Love Always Alexandra (Fogg) Needler..
December 09, 2017
Dear Bea and Glenn,My prayers and blessing during this difficult time. I will miss him as so many others will.
December 09, 2017
Dear Aunt Bea and cousin Glen. I am very saddened to hear of Uncle Reggies passing. I only wish we had had more time together. God bless you both..
December 09, 2017
Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. We're deeply sorry for your loss.
December 06, 2017
Dear Glenn and Mrs Fogg, My deepest sympathies are with you during this time of loss. Mr. Fogg was a wonderful man. It was a privilege to have known him . My thoughts are with you.
December 06, 2017
My husbands Aunt Connie Larrabee spoke of her friends Reggie, Bea & Rena often. All of you were very special to her. We are thinking of all of the family at this difficult time.
Steve & Nicki

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