On Friday July 16th, 2021 Arthur Stephen (Steve) Fogg peacefully fell asleep in death. He was  born December 5th, 1951 in Salem, New Jersey. He dedicated his life to Jehovah God on July  23rd, 1969 as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Kansas City, MO. In 1971, he met the love of his  life Sharon Costa and they were married on January 15th, 1972. Steve was a hard working  member of the community running Foggs Carpet Cleaning for 41 years. As a member of the  local Christian Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses he served as a minister assisting many in  the area as a trusted friend and advisor. Steve with his devoted wife Sharon raised 4 children.  Steve was always thinking of others, caring for their needs and selflessly helping them. His faith  helped him to endure through many health challenges in his life. Steve always stayed focused on  strengthening and encouragement of others to remain faithful to God. (Job 14: 14,15, John  5:28,29 and Revelation 21:3,4) 

Stephen is survived by his wife of 49 1/2 years Sharon Fogg. He was the devoted loving father to, Ellice Koci and husband Elidon, Adina Decker and husband Seth, Stephen Fogg, and Eric Fogg. He was the cherished brother to his loving sisters Fey Mowers and husband Walt,  Betty Joe Norris, Ruth Anna Dunham and husband Russell, and half brother John Cranmer as well as other half brothers and sisters. He was uncle to Tony Mowers, Denise Lloyd, Jennifer Cills, Gary Moore, Ryan Moore, Alexai  Elam and Dawn Worrell.

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Shared by Dolly Simmons on March 2, 2022
Hello Sharon.  You most likely don't remember me since it was MANY YEARS AGO when we had first met both you and Steven. We both worked at the Vineland Bd. of Education, in '72.  I recently came across your husband's passing and I would like to extend my sympathy to you and your children. I now am living in the state of Maine for over the past 20 years.