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Maudie Belle Faure- May 22, 2018

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

Maudie Belle Faure

Maudie Belle Faure passed away peacefully at Oak River Nursing Facility in Anderson, CA on May 22, 2018. Maudie was born in Susanville, CA on March 4, 1925. She married Frank Joseph Faure on September 14, 1940. They had 57 ½ years together before Frank passed in 1998.

Maudie and Frank owned and operated various businesses in Susanville including Flying A Associates gas station, The Cedars restaurant, Frank’s Rambler and Nash Dealership, Frank’s Radiator and Glass Co and the Hill Creek Ranch. They spent time following their son and his animals during the FFA show years between 1958 and 1963.

Maudie also worked at CP National {the fore runner of Lassen Municipal Utilities), Peggy Rose Clothing, Mode O Day, and as a volunteer in the Banner Lassen Hospital gift shop. Maudie was proud of her yard and her roses. She was also very crafty. She sewed, did finish upholstery, knitted, crocheted and cooked fabulous meals for the family. Maudie and Frank also enjoyed many years of Square Dancing with the local Center Wheelers. Many family parties and celebrations were held in Maudie’s big yard. These will be remembered by most of those she leaves behind. Her daughter, Paulyne Faure; son, Frank Faure, Jr and wife, Kareen. Three grandchildren … Frank Ill (Holly), Michael (Tammy) and Kathy Steele. Ten greatgrandchildren … Kylie, Chloe, Colton, Frank and Joseph Faure, Kathy Lee Fisher(Jake), Kathryn Surber, Jennifer Barnes (Steven), Ava Steele and Wesley Steele; plus 1 great great granddaughter, Elizabeth
Fisher.

Maudie will be interred in the Susanville Cemetery. There will be no funeral or memorable services.

 

 

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