Virginia L. Fauber

  • Born: November 17, 1922
  • Died: March 25, 2015
  • Location: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

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Brookfield, WI 53045

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Tribute & Message From The Family

Virginia L. Fauber (Nee Steele) March 25, 2015, age 92 years. Beloved wife of the late Dean L. Fauber. Loving mother of Marianne (Charles) Daliege, Dean H. (Mary Anne) Fauber and Patricia (Dennis) Daniels. Dear grandmother of Thomas, Kenneth (Amy), Robert (Amy), Shannon (Jon), Ryan, Megan (Brian), Adam, James, Terrance (Kimberly) and James (Anne). Great-grandmother of 17 great-grandchildren. Sister-in-law of Mary Steele. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Virginia was preceded in death by her son Donald Fauber and brother Robert Steele. Visitation at UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF WHITEFISH BAY, 819 E. Silver Spring Dr., on Saturday, April 4 from 11:00 AM, until the time of service at 1:00 PM. Private interment Pinelawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the church or Luther Manor Foundation are appreciated.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I have loved Aunt Virginia since I was a child. She was a role model for me. She was always a beautiful lady in my eyes,sweet,kind and generous. On my tenth Birthday she gave me a beautiful felted clamshell containing a string of pearls. HOW LOVED that gift! I wore it to church every Sunday for many years always thinking of her.

Posted by Jean Plusch    March 31, 2015

Virginia reminded me of my own Mom. Besides being as Mary said, "dignified, gracious, and polite, she was a woman of great faith who stood strong in her beliefs while gently trying to persuade skeptics of the love of Jesus that she had come to know. While being sad for all still here and missing her, I'm overjoyed that she's now in heaven enjoying His company. The world would be a better place if others would try to follow her beautiful, shining example.

Posted by Barb Mosey    March 30, 2015

Fauber kids & family - I think of your mom as one of the most dignified, gracious, and polite people I've ever met. She was such an example of love with her open hearted kindness to everyone. My favorite memory is the Christmas Eve service at UM of WFB when Pat & Dennis brought her to church, and I brought my mom. Dennis had to sit between Pat & I so we behaved, but it was such a treat to be at a late night Christmas Eve service. I appreciate the fact that she "adopted" me as another daughter. Her gentle kindness will never be forgotten.

Posted by Mary Schuett    March 28, 2015

What a great lady - she will be missed!

Posted by barbara Flatley    March 28, 2015