Raquel Brinson-Fogle

Born: 11/23/1974 Passed:

Raquel Brinson Fogle was born on November 23rd, 1974 in Canton, Ohio. She passed away peacefully Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 after battling Leptomeningeal disease for the last few months and Melanoma for 7 years.  Raquel was a faithful servant of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and faithfully studied the Word of God.  She graduated from Glenoak High School and attended Stark State College, making the Dean’s List in the Law Office Secretary program. Raquel saw many miracles through her struggles with Melanoma. She had no fear in life nor in death.

Preceded in death by her loving mother, Janet (Fitzhugh) Brinson; stepfather, Robert Guthrie and baby nephew, Travis Haught Jr.

She is survived by her husband, Phillip Fogle; sons, Logan and Bryce Graffin; her father Charles Brinson and sisters, Elizabeth (Michael) Ellis of Louisville, and Bridget Brinson of Columbus; and by many loving nieces and nephews.

Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

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5 Tributes to Raquel Brinson-Fogle

  1. Debbie Colian says:

    I only knew Raquel for a couple of years. The minute I met her I knew she was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside. Her faith was amazing. She was kind and she was funny. I’m thankful for the times I saw her and talked with her. I can’t imagine what she is seeing and feeling now to be in Glory! I loved her.

    • Taryn Host says:

      I have know Raguel since our teen age years I can honestly say she has to be one of the strongest and bravest women I’ve know I followed her on Facebook always keep up on her post on her health It breaks my heart she lost her battle
      I send my deepest condolences to her husband and families u will be missed❤️💕🙏🏻

  2. Diana DeJane says:

    rest in Heaven my sweet sister, friend….I miss you and love you so very much. I am so glad God brought us together and I will see you again very soon!

  3. Stephanie says:

    Bright smile, contagious laugh and so friendly- that’s how I knew her in high school. As an adult, your light and love for God was a beautiful testimony. You rarely spoke of your pain and suffering instead focusing on your belief that God would carry you through this, and He did, straight into His arms. May God now hold and carry those you loved and held so dear on this earth. Until heaven sweet Raquel💙

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