In loving memory of

Richard "Rich" Jagelman
January 2, 1974 - May 3, 2018

Richard "Rich" Jagelman of Fort Lauderdale, Florida passed away suddenly on Thursday May 3, 2018, he was 44.

Born in London, England he is the loving son of Ann Jagelman and the late David Gordon Jagelman. He is the beloved father of Tyler and Katelyn Jagelman. He is also survived by his three sister's, Sally Jagelman, Jane Hunter and Amanda Jagelman and their families.

A gathering to celebrate Rich's life will be commence on Wednesday May 9, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. at Guluppi's Restaurant, 1103 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, FL 33062.

Online condolences may be made at:

Any donations in memory of Rich would be gratefully received to educational custodial accounts established at Wells Fargo Advisors on behalf of Tyler and Katelyn Jagelman. Please send donations made payable to Wells Fargo Advisors to 950 Main Ave, Suite 300, Attn: Debbie Marks, Cleveland, OH 44113 or contact Debbie Marks directly to make an electronic transfer at 216-574-7261. Please specify how you wish your donation to be distributed between the two accounts as there are separate accounts for each child.


Shirley Winter wrote on May 9, 2018:

"My Heart and soul is with the family today.Hugs to all"

Elaine Libert wrote on May 8, 2018:

"My thoughts and heart breaks for you Ann, and to Sally, Amanda, Jane and family. I am sorry for your loss."

Cherie Ella Viens wrote on May 8, 2018:

"Dear Jagleman family, I send my biggest hugs and sympathies you. I met Rich at OCC golf course, we connected over both being born in London. I always joked that I would take him back whenever I visited family. I didn't know Rich as well as I would have liked, but from the times that I did, he was the kindest, nicest man. So sweet and funny, he got my British humour. He would post little British flags on my Facebook here and there that made me smile. I'm still in utter shock, and cannot imagine you're pain. Rich was loved by many and I pray that you all stay strong in this time and rejoice in the wonderful memories of him. Much love, Cherie Ella xxx"

Janet Austin wrote on May 8, 2018:

"Dearest Ann, Sally , Jane and Amanda,We will all be thinking of you tomorrow. Richard's death is so sad that one cannot find words to comfort you all. Be strong and fill your hearts with all your happy memories of dear Richard.Our love from Janet and David in France,Tom and Lana in Zimbabwe and Lucy in Thailand.xxxxx"

Teague Wright wrote on May 8, 2018:

"I?ve worked with Rich in two different firms, over the last 10 years. I will remember him for the big love for his children and hearty laugh. We will miss you. "

Maureen Sullivan wrote on May 7, 2018:

"Dear Ann, Sally, Jane and Amanda, Tyler and Katelyn, Your son, brother and father was truly loved by you and loved you, too! It is my hope that you feel the love, prayers and kind, soothing thoughts being sent your way. When David was in the hospital and had excruciating shoulder pain I was reading to him and the next quote was: "When someone says a prayer for you, an angel comes and sits on your shoulder." Today, you all must feel the weight of the world on your shoulders. I have a new quote from Julie Hanna for you all: "When I cry, I'll remember to stand in the sun so that my tears will become tiny rainbows." Your Richard/Daddy is remembered as kind, fun, handsome, athletic and a great chef!!! With love, Maureen Sullivan, M.D. Xxx's"