Vincent-Foggia-Obituary

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Vincent Richard Foggia

Plymouth, Minnesota

Jul 29, 1928 – Jul 28, 2021 (Age 92)

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BORN
July 29, 1928
DIED
July 28, 2021
AGE
92
LOCATION
Plymouth, Minnesota

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Gearty-Delmore Funeral Chapels - Plymouth Chapel Obituary

Vincent Richard Foggia, 92, of Maple Grove, MN went to be with our Lord on July 28, 2021, surrounded by loving family.  Born July 29, 1928, in Chicago, IL, he is predeceased by his loving wife of 65 years, Virginia; parents, Dominick and Susie Foggia; his sister, Anita (James) Serpe; brothers, John (Sally) Foggia, Alex Foggia, Dominick Jr. (Joan) Foggia; and great-grandson, Nathan Foggia.


Vincent is survived by sons, Richard (Lois), Fred and Joseph (Karen) Foggia. He is also survived by grandchildren: Anthony (Sarah) Foggia, Kristin (Robert) Miller, Janine Foggia, Alyssa (Charles) Foggia-Hamm, Lia (Jake) Hagens, Haley (David) Keatts, Alex Foggia and Kristina Foggia; great-grandchildren: Benjamin, Samuel, Elise, Ramsey, Mia, Adam, Mark, Joshua and Noah: a number of loving nieces and nephews.


A visitation will be held on Sunday, August 1, 2021 4:00 – 7:00 PM with prayer service/memory sharing 6:30 PM at Gearty-Delmore – Plymouth Chapel, 15800 37th Avenue North, Plymouth, MN. A funeral service celebrating his life on Monday, August 2, 2021, 11:00 AM at St. Joseph Catholic Community, 8701 36th Avenue North, New Hope, MN will be preceded with a visitation at 10:00 AM.


In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Alzheimer’s Association, American Cancer Society or donor’s choice.

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Prayers for Vince and family as well. Vince worked with my Dad Frank Curry at Commercial Union. We had just moved from Boston to Bloomington MN in 1969. Vince and Virginia were always there to help with our transition to the Midwest. My best memory is Vince and family taking us on a cabin camping adventure to Walker area! Love you Vince and Virginia! I’m sure you are playing cards with Frank and Agnes right now!! Love you all......Debbie and Mike Tackaberry

Hi Foggia Family- I’m very sorry to hear of Vince’s passing or Mr Foggia as I knew him. My dad Frank Curry and Vince were buddies that met in the insurance business, I was 11 years old. Hey to Joe, Fred and Rick and your families. Great memories of when our families got together when I was a kid. I’m still laughing! Take care everybody, Vince is in our prayers, God Bless. Kevin Curry & Family

So sorry to hear of Vincent's death. My thoughts are with all his loved ones.
Linda Hoeben

I was sad when I heard of Vince's death. I worked with Vince at Firemans Fund back in the late 80s early 90s, We have stayed in touch over the past 30 years or so via phone and exchanging Christmas cards. Vince would refer to himself as “The Great One”, he certainly was and he will be truly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Vince and Virginia were our neighbors in Andover for 20 years or so. We grew so fond of them that we almost felt like family. We took in each other's mail when one was out of town. I raced Vince to blow out both of our driveways of snow, something he gave me guff about when I beat him to the punch but he always appreciated. One Christmas Eve, we were unable to join Jane's family in Central Minnesota because of a blizzard. We were invited to join the Foggia's and were welcomed with open arms....

I’m so sorry to hear about Uncle Ted. He was loved by all and loved the Lord with all his heart.