Frederick Joseph Monaghan, Jr.

February 20, 1958 - May 14, 2015

Frederick Joseph Monaghan, Jr., age 57 of Frisco, Texas formally from Wenonah, NJ suddenly passed away on May 14, 2015. He was born on February 20, 1958 in Wilkes Barre, PA.

His purpose in life was to help people; he was involved with Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, Children’s Medical Center Foundation, Kids Matter International, and Cook Children’s Hospital of Fort Worth. Fred made a huge impact on all the people he work with as a District Manager with Kohl’s Department Stores.

Fred was so full of life; he was blessed with the special ability to make everyone feel so appreciated and loved. He will always be loved and deeply missed by his loving wife, GiGi Monaghan of Frisco, Texas; children, Zach Monaghan of Mickelton, NJ, Kaitlyn Monaghan-Morgan and husband, Joseph of Woolwich, NJ, Tyler Monaghan of Mickelton, NJ, Christopher Winters of Frisco, Tx, Gina Hollister and husband, Paul of Sioux Falls, SD; mother, Ann Monaghan of Mountain Top, PA; siblings, Marlene Amerise and husband, Daniel of Mountain Top, PA and George Monaghan and wife, Tina of Dallas, PA.

He is preceded in death by his father, Frederick J. Monaghan, Sr., and his sister, Theresa Monaghan.

Services will be held at 10:00am on Thursday, May 21st, at Calvary Chapel Gloucester County in Turnersville, NJ.

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I was so sorry to hear about cousin Fred. He was always such a happy guy. I honestly cannot remember a time he wasn't smiling. What a great loss it must be for him to be gone. Praying for you. Joni (Dombek) Vanderslice, June 4, 2015 I have many beautiful memories of my high school sweetheart that I will hold dear to my heart. God bless his family. Donna Marie Koval-Martin, May 21, 2015 At of all my friends' dads, he was one of the coolest! When he would visit Zach and the rest of us at college it was a hell of a time! Just a really great person, he surely will be missed! Jon Evans, May 21, 2015 Even as a temporary associate, Fred never failed to make me feel special upon his visits to our store. He'd always ask; "How are you doing today, Tom?" Fred had a big heart in that way. I am greatly saddened to hear of his passing. Tom Wahl, Store #371 Associate, May 20, 2015 Freddie and I attended Coughlin High in Wilkes-Barre, PA together. He was genuinely a gentle soul. Heartfelt condolences to his family... Steven Corcoran, May 19, 2015 GiGi, our hearts go out to you and your family during this very sad time. We love you guys and want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Fred was a wonderful man and he will be truly missed! "For God so loved the World that he gave his only begotten Son that who so ever believe in Him will not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16 Jim and Cindy Chadwick, May 18, 2015 Fred, you will truly be missed. Pat and I will always treasure the memories we made and laughs we shared while sitting out on the patio. You never met a stranger and your smile and laugh would light up the room. We will miss you. -Pat and Jessica (Jenkins) Geer Jessica Jenkins Geer, May 17, 2015 Fred was a wonderful man who cared about the health and happiness of his hundreds of "Kohl's family" members. He will be remembered with great respect, love, and admiration. My prayers and love to family and friends. Karen Shelley: former admin, store 362, May 17, 2015 Fred had a rare gift. He knew the true meaning of love and compassion. He freely shared that gift with me and the thousands of lives that he touched. It is my honor to have work with, and for, this great man. I miss him greatly. Dannielle Pea, May 16, 2015 I was truly blessed to have the opportunity to meet and get to know Fred. He always had a smile on his face and something nice to say every time we met. My heart and love go out to Gigi and her family and may God bless you and hold you tight through this difficult time. Sherry Renfroe, May 16, 2015 i feel so blessed to have known Fred. As our District Manager, he always had a smile,handshake and sometimes hug when he came in our store making everyone feel the Job they were doing was important. When he left he would say " Barbara, get me credit ". Rockwall #370 will surely miss him. He was a great man! Barbara A Starkey, May 16, 2015 Fred you always had a smile and something good to say. I will miss you my friend. May Peace be with you and your family. Great times we shared. John Villanueva, May 16, 2015 It's so rare in retail to have a District Manager who truly cares about people, above everything else. Fred had a huge heart and that rare gift of making everyone he met feel like a friend. I'm grateful I had the chance to work for him for 5 years. He will be missed! Karli Jenkins, May 16, 2015 Fred was the most amazing person! He touched the lives of so many people. He was always positive and supportive. He will be truly missed and is an inspiration to all of us. Jennifer Kajzer , May 15, 2015 Fred, was and is an inspriation to all. Every time I saw him at work he was smiling and asking how everything was going. He will be greatly missed. Amy Brown, May 15, 2015