Clifford Foster Bogaty

Clifford Foster Bogaty

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Clifford Foster Bogaty

May 7, 1985 to February 12, 2019

On February 12, 2019 Cliff finally found peace.

Cliff was born to Daniel and Vanessa (Foster) Bogaty in Richmond Heights Missouri where he spent most of his life. Cliff went to the St. Louis Cathedral School. He graduated from CBC High School. Cliff eventually graduated from the University of Missouri St. Louis with a BA in social work. After graduating he worked in his chosen field.

Cliff was a music fan. He particularly loved the Grateful Dead in all of their incarnations and Bob Dylan. Cliff rooted for all St. Louis sports teams. Cliff was gregarious, funny, generous and kind. The struggles of his last years do not define his essence.

Cliff is survived by his parents, Daniel and Vanessa, his brother Paul, grandmother Lucille, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Memorials may be made to the St. Patrick Center.

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  1. Jim and Geri Ryan says:

    Dan and Vanessa, our hearts go out to you in this unimaginable loss of your son Cliff. You and Cliff and Paul are in our constant prayer.

    We are so very sorry.
    Jim and Geri Ryan

  2. Nelia Olivencia says:

    Dan and Vanessa, My condolences to you. These are very difficult times for both of you. Please take care of yourselves.


  3. Adriana C. Cross says:

    My heart goes out to all of you during this difficult time. I am keeping all of you in my prayers. My condolences.

    Adriana Cross

  4. Alex Pezzolla says:

    Many many great memories with cliff. Will miss him dearly. My condolences


  5. Vanessa Harrison says:

    To the dear family of Clifford, please accept my heartfelt condolences. I did not have the pleasure of meeting him but my heart is heavy thinking of you. Just a fellow St Louisan wanting to extend love.
    May many happy memories aid you in comforting one another. Psalms 55:22 invites us to throw our burdens on our Heavenly Father. Allow him to support you in this very difficult hour.