Sally Sue Fogle

November 29, 1939 ‒ May 10, 2012

Marion, Ohio

Sally Sue Fogle passed away peacefully in her sleep on May 10, 2012 after a long and hard fight with an extended illness. Sally was born on November 29, 1939, one of seven children to William Everett and Opal Ilene Mason Fogle Campbell. She was a long time and much loved employee of the Big Bear grocery store. She enjoyed her retirement by spending time with her extended family and friends. Sally was also an avid bowler and enjoyed traveling to tournaments all over the country. Everyone who knew Sally affectionately called her as “Aunt Sally” and she was called “Super Aunt Sally” by her great niece Shelbi. We knew Aunt Sally to be the life of the party and be able to make everyone smile and laugh. She was especially known for her giggling fits which would cause everyone laughing with her to laugh until they couldn’t breathe!

Sally was preceded in death by her father, mother, and step-father, Orville Campbell, 2 infant sisters and her best friend and sister, Pat Taylor. She is survived by her brother-in-law, Tom (Pat) Taylor of Marion; her sister Linda Gilmore of Upper Sandusky; and her brothers Lonnie Fogle of Marion and Robert (Joy Hannelore) Fogle of North Carolina. She also has 13 nieces and nephews and quite a few great-nieces and nephews. Sally was one of the most kind and caring ladies one could ever want to know. She was known for her giving ways and thoughtful personality. She will be dearly missed by all.

Family will hold a private service at a later date. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Gunder/Hall & Folk Funeral Directors. On-line condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting

  • I worked with Sally at Big Bear from 1982 to its closing in 1998.She was a great friend and will be sorely missed……my sympathy goes out to all of her family with whom she always spoke so highly of. Its nice to know she is finally with her sister and her best friend Pat.

  • I worked with Sally at Big Bear from 1982 to its closing in 1998. She was a great friend and will be missed. Its nice to know that she is with her best friend and sister Pat. My sympathy goes out to all of her family with whom she always spoke so highly of.

  • John and I were so sorry to hear of Sally’s passing. We always remember her as being a fun loving person. Also, Tom, we had no idea of Pat’s passing and were doubly saddened to read that. We often think of both of you and remember the days when we were neighbors on East Center Street. Please accept our condolences for both of the sisters and know that w’ll be thinking of you and praying that God will strengthen you and comfort your hearts.

  • My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Sallys familly and friends .Sallly was always thought very highly by everyone and I was priveleged to know her and also work for her at BB. May she rest in peace!