Susan Beth Faubion, age 65, of Lamar, Missouri was carried into the arms of Jesus while worshiping with her family through FaceTime on September 22, 2020, at Freeman Hospital West.
Susie was born January 21, 1955 in Oakland, California to Leotus Kreighbaum and Dorothy (Scott) Kreighbaum. Susie graduated from Lamar High School in the class of 1973.
On June 10, 1972, Susie married the love of her life, Terry Edward "Bonzo" Faubion, in Lamar, MO. She appreciated all the fun trips they took together with her family and her sister Carole and Doug. She loved getting together with all of her brothers and sisters on both sides of the family and loved all of her nieces and nephews.
Susie had previously worked at Ansley's TV for 17 years. Her real goal in life was to get married and raise her family, which she did so well. Her grandchildren were her biggest blessings.
Susie was a member of Milford Christian Church and was involved in a home Bible study group for 30 years. She had many unique ministries, but her passion was serving the widows. They each held a very special place in her heart and she loved them immensely. She truly had the gifts of compassion and mercy and God blessed many through her. God blessed her with many friends and she cherished each of them.
Susie spent countless hours preparing for the perfect parties for every holiday for her family. She also enjoyed shopping for the perfect gifts for EVERYONE!
Survivors include her husband; Terry "Bonzo" Faubion, one son; Jeremy (Emily) Faubion, Marshfield, MO, one daughter; Sarah (Darrell) Doss, Lamar, MO, three brothers; Bill (Jeannie) Kreighbaum, Liberty, MO, John (JoAnne) Kreighbaum, Dallas, TX, Doug (Denise) Kreighbaum, Overland Park, MO, one sister; Carole (Doug) DeGarmo, Kearney, MO, five grandchildren; Kailey Faubion, Hallee Doss, Andrew Faubion, Jaycee Doss and Alyssa Faubion.
Preceding Susie in death were her parents.
Funeral services will be Saturday, September 26th, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Lamar First Baptist Church with burial to follow in Memory Gardens Cemetery.
Please join us in honoring the family's request that everyone in attendance wear masks.
Contributions are suggested and made payable to Milford Christian Church Widow Banquet Fund in care of Daniel Funeral Home.
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