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Marjorie Fogel, American advertising, public relations executive. Recipient Service award, American Red Cross, United Hospital, Westchester Mental Health Volunteer. Member of American Advertising Federation, Advertising Club. Westchester.


Fogel, Marjorie was born on December 14, 1931 in Port Chester, New York, United States. Daughter of Maurice and Betty Schneider.


Student, Pembroke College Brown University, 1949—1950. Student, New York University, 1951—1952. Student, New York University, 1978.


Production assistant, production manager, copywriter, editor Jack Danowitz Advertising Incorporated, New York York City, 1951—1956. Community & public relations coordinator Planned Communities Inc., Rye, Washington, 1975—1976. Free-lance public relations, 1977.

Executive director Energy Resources Development Institute, Apartment Owners Advisory Council, White Plains, New York, 1978—1979. Founder, principal Marje Fogel Communications, Rye Brook, since 1980, Marjac Enterprises. Producer Condo Showcase.

Volunteer American Red Cross, 1955—1959, United Hospital, 1968—1977. Member Westchester County Democratic Committee, 1972—1981. Member executive committee Port Chester-Town Rye Voter Registration Doctor, 1972—1976.

Coordinator fund-raising, community relations Mental Health Association Westchester County, 1975. Member steering committee Port Chester-Town Rye Bicentennial, 1975—1976. Board directors Port Chester-Town Rye Community Action Program, 1976—1977.

Publicity coordinator Democratic candidates, 1975—1977. Member Rye Town Planning Board, 1980—1982, Village Rye Brook Planning Board, 1982—1986.


Member of American Advertising Federation, Advertising Club. Westchester.


Married Harold V. Fogel, June 12, 1954. Children: Jonathan, Glenn.

Maurice Schneider

Betty Schneider

Harold V. Fogel

Jonathan Fogel

Glenn Fogel