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Nellie E Fauber

June 28, 2013 - April 13, 2013
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Nellie E. Fauber, age 81, of Michigan City, IN, passed away on April 13, 2013 at The Arbors of Michigan City, IN. Nellie was born June 28, 1931 in Sutton, West Virginia to Judson and Belva Wood who preceded her in death. She married Tommy Fauber in West Virginia in 1969. Nellie is survived byContinue Reading

Daughter Marsha left a message on April 15, 2013:
Mom was so glad to be leaving this earth and all she had been through. She talked better than she had in the past 6 yrs. She was so happy to have someone to talk in her very last days, she talk for 9hrs straight. She knew exactly who loved her, and expressed whom she would see in heaven, and would miss the most. All that she had been though God knew when where and precise time to let her speak and be coherent, It was a shame she passed alone, but her Jesus was right beside her holding her hand, when I left he took over. So thankful she is at peace and no more pain and suffering since these last past 17 grueling months she lived in hell. she was just so unhappy here on earth. So glad we had the chance to say our good byes, she waited for me then told me how many days she wanted to be here, and she was almost exact R.I.P. MOMMA,I will see you, my daddy, sisters and brother again, the family that loves you the MOSTEST!
Granddaughter Tiffany Sears Justice left a message on April 15, 2013:
My memories is all that I have now, but they are some of the best memories that I, and grandma have ever shared together. Growing up, and living so far away in West Virginia my grandma always made sure that we would have our special time. She would always come home(West Virginia) a couple of days before school ended to take me to Michigan City, Ind. for the whole summer. I was her Tiffer, her only granddaughter for many years. Until grandma's oldest daughter Sharon had Whitney. Even after 5 children, 5 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren she always had enough love for us all, and she knew who loved her the most. After my grandma had her stroke 6years ago it was a constant struggle for her. Having to fight and struggle with life's everyday simple task. I know that my grandma was tired of living the life she was left to deal with. She was tired of feeling like she was a burden for wanting to be loved. Everyday was a fight and a struggle to be feed, bathed, dressed, even to have someone to talk to. I know that she has finally found her peace that she has searched for so many years. I will miss my grandma forever, but I know that she is happier now than she could ever be in Indiana. With all my love your granddaughter, Tiffany
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