Fausett, Lawana Susan (Moore)

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Daily Oklahoman, The
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
July 29, 2000, page 26

FAUSETT, Lawana Susan, 86, died Friday. Services 1 pm Monday, Village Baptist Church 

(Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper, Oklahoma City).

Daily Oklahoman, The
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
July 30, 2000, page 25

Lawana Susan Fausett, born November 8, 1913 to John Robert and Cora May Winniger Moore in Add­ington, Oklahoma, entered Into the presence of our pre­cious Lord, July 21, 2050 after a short bout with can­cer. She moved with her family to Duncan, Oklahoma in 1921 where she spent her Childhood and graduated from Empire High School in 1932. After high school graduation, she attended Central State Col­lege in Edmond, Oklahoma. She was united in marriage to Eddie Smith Fausett August 1, 1935 in Duncan, Oklahoma. This union was blessed with twin daughters, Edwina Sue and Erol Linda, and a son, Eddie Smith Fausett, Jr. Lawana and her husband built and operated their own restaurant "Eddie's Knotty Pine Grill" in Oklahoma City from 1939 to 1960. Lawana and Eddie moved to Ada, Oklahoma In 1960, and Eddie moved to Ada, Oklahoma in 1960, and Lawana enjoyed several Measurable years working at Valley View Hospital and East Central University at Pasagi Hall. Lawana and Eddie returned to Oklahoma City in 1990. Lawana joined her children in Colorado Springs in 1999, after Eddie's death in 1998.

Lawana' s faith and love for the Lord were exhibited through her long church support and service beginning with Fair Baptist Church. Duncan, Oklahoma; Immanuel Baptist, Oklahoma City; Trinity. Baptist, Oklahoma City; First Baptist Church, Ada, Oklahoma; Village Baptist, Church, Oklahoma City and, for the past nine months, Circle Baptist Church in. Colorado Springs, Colorado. Lawana served her churches in many ways. Her service included serving as a Sunday School teacher; participation in the Women's Missionary Union and the Prime Time Choir and Ire Prime Time Choir. She also served as a Cub Scout leader and supported her communities and churches in many other ways. 

Lawana was preceded in death by her loving and devoted husband of sixty-two years, Eddie; her parents, John and Con Moore; brother, Marion Harold (Gus) Moore; sister, Opal Moore Smart; brother, Ray Moore; brother, Ralph Moore and niece, Susan Moore Carroll all of Dun­can, Oklahoma. Twin daughters, Edwina Sue and husband Gerald W. Bennett, Erol Linda and husband John P. Agnos and son, Ed­die Smith Fausett, Jr., of Colorado Springs, Colorado survive her. Sister, Johnnie B. White of Bridgeport, Texas; eight grandchildren: John P. Agnos, II. Khristian Hollowell-Agnos, Susan Biggs, Elizabeth Feil, David Shapard Ill, Adreane and Karly Fausett and Eddie S. Fausett III; three great-grandchildren: Dakota and Jackson Biggs & Chandler Shapard and eleven nieces and three nephews, all of whom she loved very much, also survive her. Lawana was a beloved mother and mother-in-law, grandmother, aunt and friend. She was cherished by all who knew her, her life an inspiration to all. She was a beautiful woman who will be remembered with love by all those whose lives she influenced. 

The family requests that any donations be made to Pike's Peak Hospice and Palliative Care or the American Cancer Society. 

Services will be held at 1 pm Monday, July 31 2000 at the Village Baptist Church, 10600 N. May. Oklahoma City with interment to follow at Rose Hill Burial Park, Oklahoma City. 

"Lawana, we will love and miss you always."
Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper 60th & N Western 848-3744


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Sources: The Oklahoman

Contributed by Marti Graham, April 2007. Information posted as courtesy to viewers and researchers. The contributor is not related to nor researching any of the above.


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