Heartbreak! Mother Remembers ZaMarco Fogg's Stolen Potential and Promising Future

“Heartbreak! Mother Remembers ZaMarco Fogg’s Stolen Potential and Promising Future

DEBARYLIFE – ZaMarco Kyree Fogg, a citizen of District Heights, was discovered by the police on Thursday, May 16, late in the afternoon in the 6500 block of Hil Mar Drive. According to authorities, Fogg had suffered a fatal gunshot wound.

Members of the Prince George’s County Police Department declared him dead at the scene; they are currently looking into the shooting to identify the cause and identify a potential shooter.

According to his mother Uzella Owens, “ZaMarco’s life was cut short, leaving an irreplaceable void in our family.”

“His infectious laughter, his unwavering love for his children, and his bright future ahead of him have all been cruelly stolen from us.”

Prior to his passing, Fogg’s family described the ardent dirt bike racer as an honor student, a loving father, and a “shining light in their lives.”

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“As we grapple with the reality of this loss, we are faced with the daunting task of arranging his homegoing service and providing support for his grieving family and young children,” said Owens.

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“The financial burden of laying ZaMarco to rest is heavy, and the emotional toll is unimaginable,” she said. “We are humbly asking for your support during this darkest chapter of our lives.”

More than 75 donations have been made in the days since Fogg passed away, raising thousands of dollars for his family and kids.

“Additionally, they will provide much-needed assistance to his young family as they navigate a world forever changed by his absence,” Owens stated.

“Every contribution, no matter how big or small, will be a ray of light in our time of immense sorrow.”

Donations to the family can be made here, for those who are interested.

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