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On Tuesday, August 13, 2019, Eileen Johns Fogarty. Beloved wife of the late Francis G. Fogarty; daughter of the late Leo A. and Alice Lynch Johns; step-mother of Timothy Fogarty and Mary Patricia Fogarty and the late J.D.  Fogarty; sister of Leo F. Johns, Mary Ann Johns;...

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Aunt Eileen was a kind woman. She was a sports loving fan! She sent birthday cards! She is in heaven.

Eileen was a kind and caring lady.

Such a lovely and thoughtful lady. Never forgot a birthday! She will be missed!

Although I had not seen her in many years
and have deep regrets about that, I do have
very fond memories of her, and her selfless
and thoughtful, caring, devotion to her extended family,always reaching out to comfort, counsel and console. For decades,
until I was in my late 50's!, she would find
me, wherever I was, and send a card for my B-day. Her energy, zest and enthusiasm for life were unmatched and set a very good example for me. I am grief stricken by her

I knew Eileen when I worked at USSteel over 50 years ago. She shared a birthday with me, so we exchanged card over the years. She arranged my farewell party at the Athletic Club in Oakland. Even though I have not seen her in years, I will miss getting the greetings from her. Eileen's family has my sincere sympathy. She was a nice person.

Eileen was a dear lady that we got to know very well when we worked at the Washington Gardens Apts.. She was always very good to both Janet and I and she came to be a good friend. She loved her friends..family and her God! Tonight she dines at the hands of our Lord with a dinner in her honor for a job well done. Life is never to be mourned but celebrated so today we raise Eileen up in praise and we rejoice in the memories she left with us. Praying for strength for her family and friends in...

Eileen was a wonderful aunt. What stood out to me was her generosity, love of God, her many friends, love for the PA teams and she was a great conversationalist.

She had many accomplishments career wise and could tackle any problem and get things done.

She is now where she has wanted to be with Fran. May she rest in peace.

A happy day

Hard to say goodbye to my wonderful Godmother. She was everything you could ever hope for in a Godmother. I remember her taking me downtown shopping when I was a youngster. May God bless Eileen.

If ever there was a special aunt, it's Eileen. The sadness is overwhelming but all the happy times is what I'm going to remember about her. She truly was a remarkable woman. I am going to miss those yearly birthday cards though.