Barbara D. Fazekas

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Barbara D. Fazekas, 69, passed away October 17, 2018 at Rae-Ann Westlake with her family by her side. Born in Lorain, Ohio to Frank and Helen (Donnelly) Hain, she was a resident of Parma and previously worked as a health aide at Altenheim in Strongsville, where she was a great nursing assistant. Barb very much enjoyed baking, knitting, singing in the church choir, playing the piano and spending time with her family. Those who knew her would say her smile lit up the room.

Preceded in death by her husband of 49 years, Andrew in 2015, Barb will be sadly missed by children, Maggie (Kurt) Longcoy, Andrea Fazekas (Mike Intihar), Andrew “Josh” (Monica) Fazekas, Mary (Rob) Dougherty, Tony Fazekas (Kirsten Becker); grandchildren, Katie, Samantha, Nikki, Amber, Robby, Bella;  great grandchildren, Adalynn, Alexander, Madison, Benjamin; sisters, Dolores (Bob) Zimmerman, Ruth Flavelle, Kathy Keller, Patricia Geiger; special family friend, Bob Butcher; and many other friends who loved her.

Per her wishes, cremation has taken place. There will be a memorial ceremony at a later date. The family would like to thank the staff of both Rae-Ann Westlake and Nivalis Hospice for their loving care of Barb.

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5 Tributes to Barbara D. Fazekas

  1. Scott Flavelle says:

    Aunt Barb holds a very dear and special place in my heart. She inspired me at a young age to be kind and enjoy life. Although I will truly miss her, every memory of her puts a smile on my face and happiness in my heart. May she rest in peace

  2. Chrissy says:

    Barb was an infectious woman of laughs and smiles. Her sense of humor was so appreciated even when she didn’t feel well. I still have her phone number in my phone so we could call it when it was rolled in her blankets or hiding under a pile of papers. Thank you for sharing such a beautiful lady with us at RaeAnn.

  3. Patricia Geiger says:

    My sister Barb and I were always close.we shared so many secrets as sisters do. You are in my heart Barbie and I miss you so much. RIP.

  4. Maggie says:

    Mom was the most beautiful lady inside and out. She had the warmest heart. She cared so deeply about people and tried to take care of everyone around her. She had a great sense of humor….kinda warped at times 🙂 Everytime I talked to her and asked how she was feeling she would say ” with my hands”….lol. I still have so many questions to ask her but it will have to wait until I see her again. I love you mom <3

  5. April says:

    Barb, your smile could light up a room. You had a hard life but now you are rewarded with a mansion in Heaven. I think of you and my brother often.

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