|Birth: ||Feb. 9, 1939|
|Death: ||Jun. 17, 2008|
Janet M. (Edwards) Faust, 69, Juniata, went home with the Lord surrounded by her loving family Tuesday at her residence after a long, courageous battle with cancer.
She fought this battle over a 2 year period My father took her to treatment and the Hospital thorough out. He was a very brave man. Towards the end It was a toll on Him.
His daughters took over and finished taking care of her. Then the night before their 51 st anniversary god was speaking to her.
By morning she was failing
She passed peacefuly with all her family there.
The nicest thing was we all said the Lords Prayer together
she looked around the Bed at every one with tears in eyes as we said Amen she went with God.
he has taken her out of the suffering she had.
This is one thing that would never forgotten about mom How brave she was.
Her one passion she had since she was young was watching
" As the World Turns."
You could not call her when that was on she was so ingrossed in the story. She would just call us back after it was all over. She would say my storie is on call you back.
She was so proud of her Fudge she made told everyone that she was the only one with the touch.
She would make it for her friends and family at a jump of a heart beat.
The same Day She Died Was Their 51st Anniversary The Year Before 2007 Mom And Dad Celebrated There 50th Anniversery
With a Surprise Party given by Her Children Limo and all
And also the biggest surprise to Both Mom and Dad was there preacher was there to renew there vows of 50 yrs.
It was funny because my Father said to her I don't want to remarry he wanted a divorce. That was said as a joke to her
we all just laughed at that statement. And she was her normal Oh Bernard.
That will be never forgotten for This was the Last time we
Had a Family gathering due to her health.*****
Mom you will never be forgotten by your family and Friends
She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late David R. and Hazel L. (Chronister) Edwards.
She married Bernard E. Faust June 17, 1957.
Surviving are her husband; daughters:
Linda Ulrich (Joseph)
Karen Musselman and companion, Ray Calhoun, and
Sharon McClellan (Scott)
Debra O'Connor (Michael)
Barbara Conley (Carl)
and Laurie Stotler and fiance, Steve Miller,
all of Altoona;
13 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren;
Patricia Edwards of Altoona
and Frances Diskey in Idaho;
and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a brother, Raymond.
Mrs. Faust was a homemaker.
Her others passions were her grandchildren, great-grandchildren.
David Raymond Edwards (1896 - 1967)
Hazel Lorenna Chronister Edwards (1907 - 1991)
Blair Memorial Park
Maintained by: annie
Originally Created by: Warren Eastright
Record added: Jun 22, 2008
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