Frances Margaret Fogleman

December 9, 1946 ~ November 6, 2023

Frances Fogleman, 76, of Lake Charles, passed November 6, 2023, at her home. She was born on December 9, 1946, in Ennis, TX, to Charles and Virginia Jackson. Frances lived the majority of her life in Southwest Louisiana where she worked in the Accounting and Sales field.
Frances loved all animals, grocery shopping, spending time with her family, cooking, and watching her shows. Frances was THE HOLIDAYS; she brought together the entire family and made us love one another. Frances was loving, kind, crazy, and always spoke what was on her mind. She was the true definition of a mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and wife. She welcomed everyone in her home and was nonjudgmental. She would cook every day and always made sure there was enough left over to feed anyone who would stop by or she would bring it to the homeless. She enjoyed raising animals, giving them a home and a place to eat. She showed love in her own special way and you never had to question her love for anyone or anything. She was the family matriarch. Those who knew Frances, knew they always had a friend and someone to run to with no questions asked.
Now that our Queen is gone, we will continue to move on and carry on her traditions, her attitude, her caring, and her love.
Those left to cherish her memory are her husband, Randy Fogleman, Sr.; daughters, Felicia Lacomb and Veronica Rodriguez and her husband Daniel Rodriguez; son, Randy “Joey” Fogleman, Jr. and his wife Crystal Fogleman; eight grandchildren, Nichole Lacomb and her significant other Nathaniel Guy; Dane Derouen, Laykyn Derouen, Bryce Rodriguez and his significant other Jasmyne (Jasma) Melendez, Reece Rodriguez, Hayden (Trey) Fogleman, Tanner Fogleman, and Torie Fogleman; three great grandchildren, Jayden Brown, Alexander Guy, and Olivia Guy; brother, Charles Jackson Jr. (T-man); sisters, Kathy Alley, Virginia Sonnier, and Rebecca Gray.
Also, left behind to mourn and cherish her memory are her dogs, Rolo and Sissy; and the multiple neighborhood cats that she fed every morning and night.
She was preceded in death by her sister, Barbara Delhommer, and her parents Charles and Virginia Jackson.
A private family viewing was held and cremation arrangements were entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home.

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  1. Candle 4Mawmaw,
    You were everything to me and i love you. I will forever hold on to our memories and carry on your attitude, caring soul, love, and brutal honesty. You will forever be missed and forever be in my heart. I’ll love you always and forever. Fly on and get your rest my love!

  2. Candle 3Ms Frances ❤️ My Favorite Nieghbor For 30 Plus Years 😊 You Will Always Hold A Special Place In My Heart ❤️ Go Rest High And Watch Over Your Sweet Family 💕 I Know When You Walked Through Those Pearlie Gates He Said, “Job Well Done My Daughter” ❤️🙏❤️ I Hope To See Your Welcoming Smile On The Other Side ❣️To “Her” Family, My Heart And Thoughts Are With You All 💕 Sondra…

  3. Candle 3You will surely be missed . I love you ! Thank you for you did for me growing up . I definitely always felt loved and accepted by you . Rest easy

  4. Candle 1I love you mawmaw. I’m so honored to have met such a beautiful soul! I will forever hold you in my heart & in everything I do. Bryce & “Jasma” love you always! ❤️

  5. Candle 1My condolences goes out to the her family and loved ones. Mrs. Frances was quite the character and would put a smile on your face from miles away. I was truly blessed with the opportunity to meet such a kind and beautiful soul. I will forever cherish the laughs that I got out of an evening with her. Rest easy sweet angel.

  6. Candle 1MawMaw, you gave me signs the last 5/6 I visited with you and Paw. It was your way of telling me goodbye, without telling me you were leaving. I will always cherish every single moment I got with you, from the beginning to the very end. I’ll remember the moments, you’d watch us as kids, all the way to the moments of me helping y’all around the house a week ago because y’all couldn’t do it anymore. I’ll forever miss your sweet soul, and seeing your bright smile the second I would open that back door. I’ll miss the constantly bugging me about me needing to eat or going grab a soda from the back room. Little moments like that, that don’t seem like much, but will forever mean the world to me. MawMaw, this isn’t goodbye, but a I’ll see you later. I’m so grateful you can finally get the rest you rightfully deserve! I’ll finish this paragraph, with the same 4 last words I told you. I love you MawMaw🤍

  7. Candle 1I love you so much mom! Life is never going to be the same. Watch over me mom and keep me head strong. 💜❤️🩵

  8. Candle 7Reading all these comments is just another way to show that God only takes the best!

    For the few years I knew you, you always treated me with respect and as if I was your own grandchild. You were extremely welcoming and those stories and jokes you used to tell still have me cracking up to this day! Thanks for accepting me into your home and being such a kind woman. It was a pleasure having you in my life those few years. I will forever cherish the unconditional love you had for literally every soul you met. Rest in peace and continue watching over everyone ❤️🙏🏻

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