Robert David Fogelman

Jul 9, 1933 – Jul 25, 2018


Robert (Bob) D. Fogelman born July 9, 1933 died July 25, 2018 from complications of Hydrocephalus.

Bob was born in Hollywood, CA, moved to Seattle, graduated from Renton High in 1952 with honors.  He worked for the Boeing Co as a machinist where he retired in 1995 after 40 of years of service.  

Bob married Jan Griffiths Oct. 12, 1985 they enjoyed 10 wonderful years together traveling playing golf and bowling, until her death Dec. 7, 1995.

Bob was proceeded in death by his mother Anne C Middlemiss and son Robert D. Fogelman Jr.

He is survived by his children Sondra Kohn (Brad), Vicki Stack (Ned), Brian Fogelman (Kari) & Terri Barber (Jim), his grandchildren Brad Kohn Jr., Mike Kohn, Joe Kohn, Jason Fogelman, Taylor Stack, Madeline Stack, Morgan Fogelman, Derek Klaus, Tara Cummings, Eddie Barber, Jeff Barber, James Barber, Jamie Arrants, Jennifer Barber, step-children Monte Griffiths, Danna Truluck Michael Griffiths and Mark Griffiths.  And many great grandchildren. 

The Memorial Service will be held on Friday August 10, 2018 at 12:00 pm at Washington Memorial, 16445 International Boulevard, SeaTac, WA 98188. 

In lieu of flowers please donate to the Hydrocephalus Association, link below or through your employer for a gift matching contribution.


Al Armstrong
Renton, WA
Aug 8, 2018

I remember you well,Bob. You were a great sprinter for the Renton High School track team. I enjoyed running the 100 yd dash , 220 and 880 relay with you. Al

Fred And Eloise Good & family
Aug 6, 2018

Dear family,

You are in our prayers and thoughts. Bob was a very special person. Loving,kind&,thoughtful. Bob will be missed by those who knew him. You have found memories of your dad We know.

We send our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Fred ,Eloise, & family


Terri Barber
Lake Tapps, wa
Aug 3, 2018

I love you dad. I miss you , your in Gods hands now, heaven needed a good man, father and grandpa and great grandpa and great great grandpa, Your with your love of your life now, you and Jan can walk together holding hands happy and together again. I feel so blessed to have had you as my father. You were my rock, my soft spot to fall. I know one day we will be together. Just remember to listen to my prayers I pray to you daily. I love you. Losing you was the hardest thing I ever experienced. I will be with you always. Your in my heart, my prayers. I hope they have bowling and golf for you I know that was your passion. I miss you so much it hurts, Your free from pain, and that gives me great comfort. If you need me or want to talk to me just whisper in my ear I will always be listening. God Bless you....Life without you is not the same.

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