FAUST, Evelyn J.

In Memorial

Evelyn J. FAUST (nee Stelts) Age 91, of Parma, passed away Friday, July 1.  She was the beloved wife of the late Thomas E. Faust, Sr; loving mother of Cecelia A. Puls, Patricia J. Gutknecht (John), Mary L. Nolan (Michael), Thomas E. Faust, Jr. (Gregg), Martha J. Gigliotti (Victor), Nancy E. Teague (Samuel), JoAnn M. Koscianski (John), J. E. Faust (Jackie); devoted grandmother of 22 and great grandmother of 20; dear daughter of the late Jackson and Viola Stelts (nee Bammerlin); and beloved sister of Caroline “Connie” J. Wolf.

Family will receive friends at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow and Ridge), from 9:30–11:00 AM on Tuesday, July 5. Mass of Christian Burial immediately following, 11:30 AM at St. Charles Church.

Interment: Holy Cross Cemetery. To offer online condolences please visit www.ZaborFH.com

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  1. Dona on July 3rd, 2011 11:37 am

    We all know too well from past experience the difficulties
    that arise from loss. It is also a time of self-empowerment,
    knowing how much your Mother loved and cherished each
    and everyone of you will strengthen your lives.
    She was an intelligent and beautiful woman.

    I am so sorry for your loss and honored to have been a part
    of such a loving family. Life is so fragile and all of you so
    precious. Take Care.

    Love Always,

  2. Mark Arlia on July 4th, 2011 12:01 pm

    To the family of Mrs. Faust:

    I am so sad to hear this news from my parents who still live in the old neighborhood in Parma. Your mother was such a great lady. She was always so wonderful to me as a child in the neighborhood. I fondly recall the days when we would be hanging out in the four back yards that comprised our houses and my childhood.

    It wasn’t that long ago that I laughed in retelling the story about how she brought Brandy home after seeing her tied by her leash to the telephone pole outside Baron’s in Parma. Mr. Faust came home and claimed she ran away from him. Of course, she hadn’t yet explained that she brought Brandy home! Still brings a smile to my face. Of course, I also recall her connection to my Uncle Tony Grandinetti and his plumbing business, as I was often recruited to run paperwork between them. So many great memories.

    My sincere condolences to you all. I have never and never will forget your mother. I’m glad that she lived a long life, but I am still sad to hear that she is now gone.

    With love and deepest sympathy,
    Mark Arlia

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