Fogelman was a Las Vegas icon in the Impersonator genre. Her keen
knowledge of the industry had made her an driving force for
Impersonators locally and around the world. She founded the
Entertainment Network to that help assist performers, producers and
agents in pursuit of their careers.
Once you met Bea, you were instantly drawn to her, her kindness and
generous were so abundant it was hard to not want to be a part of
this wonderful woman's life.
left behind many friends who will genuinely miss her, I know I will!
daughter Sherrie sent this our Friday November 14, 2008:
I am so sorry to tell you...I don't even have
the words...my mother passed away last night. She would have wanted
me to tell you because she loved you all so much. She would have
wanted everyone to come together...everyone to celebrate her life.
She has done so much for this industry...so much for my whole
family...I don't know how to start a day without her. I hope you
will all understand if there is a time where the Network is down for
a while...I don't know the time or the date of the funeral...when I
do I'll let everyone know. I know you love her very much....like we
do...so nothing more now. God bless you all at these times. Keep
close to your loved ones...you never know when the last time will
come and you say I love you for the last time..... Remember to be
If you need me...I'm there.
Fogelman, 83, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother,
and friend to those lucky enough to know her, passed away early
Friday morning, Nov. 14, 2008. Born Aug. 22, 1925, in Detroit, Bea
had a successful career as a Big Band singer, and then became a
dental hygienist. Later, she and her husband, Leo, moved to the San
Fernando Valley and the Frazier Park/Quail Lake area of California
for several years before moving to Las Vegas, where she retired as a
real estate broker to begin her joy of writing. Bea soon departed
from writing entertainment books and ventured into the world of
fiction. She was also the founder of The Entertainment Network, a
worldwide organization devoted to uniting performers, producers and
agents in pursuit of their careers. Bea Fogelman truly changed the
entertainment industry. She has been married to pharmacist, Leo
Fogelman, for over 55 years. They reside in Las Vegas, where their
home is filled with much love from family, friends and their three
children, Jayne Juster, Bob Fogelman (Lorraine) and Sherie Rae
(Carroll "Beav") Parker. They also have seven grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. Bea will be truly missed. A public memorial
service was held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16, at
Palm Mortuary, 6701
N. Jones Blvd.,
Las Vegas, NV 89131 (at Jones and Ann Road).
On her Birthday
last year we sent her this