William (Bill) Foggle of East Longmeadow, died April 4 at home, after a long illness and in the company of his loved ones. He was the husband of Lynn Foggle. Born in Springfield, he was the son of Jacob and Beatrice (Weiner) Foggle. He was educated in Springfield schools.  He graduated in 1955 from Dartmouth College and it’s Amos Tuck School of Business Administration. Upon joining the U.S. Army, he served in the accounting division at Fort Devens throughout his tour of duty. He was the owner of Hearn Furniture Company and later entered the field of real estate development. A leader in his community, he received the Young Leadership award and served as president of the Springfield Jewish Federation in the 1970’s. He was later appointed to the National UJA Young Leadership Cabinet, was instrumental in the creation of the Endowment Fund of the Springfield Jewish Federation, and was a founder of the Hatikvah Holocaust Canter. His and Lynn’s names are inscribed on the walls of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for their support since its inception. They have also been recognized for their support of Beth El Temple, the Baystate Hospital Foundation, and Dartmouth College. Besides his wife, he is survived by his children, John Foggle and his wife, Lili, and Andrea Plotkin and her husband, Douglas; five grandchildren, Jared, Rani, and Ethan Plotkin, and Samantha and Ilana Foggle; a sister, Muriel Aronson; a brother, Laurence, a nephew, Ken; a niece, Amy; and a sister-in-law, Barbara Ivler. He was predeceased by his son Glenn; and three nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to The Alzheimer’s Association, The American Cancer Society and Spectrum Hospice of JGS. ASCHER-ZIMMERMAN FUNERAL HOME

Bertha Katz

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