Frank Baynon Faust

frank faust

February 28, 1935 ~ November 11, 2014

Resided in: Lilburn, GA

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  1. Vera Hinson says:

    Frank I will miss you calling me and talking about the weather and telling me I can go home early. I am still waiting for your call. I will miss you.

  2. Louella Gentry Cantrell Financial says:

    You were a true friend, always there to make me laugh and smile. When clouds are thick and skies were gray. You put some sunshine in my day and made the world a happier place! You have taught me to be grateful for the kindly friends that walk along my way. Thank you friend for everything, I’m glad you really cared and ThankYou for being there for me. You were really thoughtful sweet and kind A friend like you has been hard to find.
    You are already greatly missed.
    Love You

  3. Louella Gentry says:

    Frank, this quote reminds me of you so much!

    Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experiences of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved. By: Helen Keller

    The success you have achieved has been surrounded by integrity. We all need to follow your lead and do an “integrity check”.
    Honesty- man of your word
    Probity – strong moral principle and decency
    Right –Mindedness and Goodness – followed golden rule
    Virtue – high moral standards
    Trustworthiness –trust was never betrayed
    Honor – respect for yourself and others
    Good character and Beliefs we knew where you stood
    Principled – always followed the rules
    Ethics – doing right
    Fairness – doing what is best
    Sincerity –always free from pretense, deceit, or hypocrisy.
    Truthfulness -always realistic and true to life
    “Frank, You were always known to be a man of integrity” THANK YOU

  4. keith gray says:

    Frank Faust, a great American, will be missed!

  5. Larry F Pinson says:

    Frank was a kindred soul who befriended me and others in many ways. He was a former US Marine and very proud of it! I shall miss his insightful counsel and, especially, his humor.

  6. Heather Matheney says:

    Frank, I am going to miss you! You always brought a smile to my face. I admired how you always took the time to get to know everyone you encountered. It is a lesson I hope to carry with me always. Your loved by many and we can all see why. Rest well….

  7. Keith Allen says:

    Oh Frank , I would start at the beginning but that was in another life for the both of us. I will miss
    your wit and wisdom, Your Humor and your Smile, Your Love of Country and the Corp–You were one of a Kind and I will miss you Greatly, HOld me a spot because where ever you are is where I want to end up —love to you Family, Keith Allen

  8. Alex M says:

    My grandfather and Frank were best friends for four decades. I didn’t know Frank as well as I would have liked, but my family and I will forever be grateful for the guidance and wisdom he provided.

  9. Susan Shaylor says:

    Pam and Family,
    I do not even know where to start. I have known Frank for many years. I had only just talked to him in mid October. His humor and love of our country and the Marines will never be forgotten. He will be missed but we will see him again! Prayers to you all!! Susan & Stephen and kids

  10. Rochele HC Hirsch says:

    What a privilege to have known you. Wishing your family peace.

  11. Steve Gunther says:

    My wife and I came to know Frank through our friendship with his daughter, Suzanne Zann to us, and he would visit us and our dogs any time he came to California to visit with her.

    Frank, first of all, was a fine gentlemen who treated everyone with respect and courtesy. That being said, he was also proud to be an American and was a chivalrous defender of the U.S. and its military. Frank would take great umbrage at anyone who he felt was was acting disrespectfully toward the morals and values established by our Constitution. It is therefore poignant that his passing occurred on Veterans Day, a date which will forever link him to his legacy.

    We valued his warmth, sense of humor and friendship, and even though we only were able to see him fleetingly, he left a lasting impression to us both as an example of living life graciously and with dignity which will always stay with us, and we will miss him.

  12. w d jones says:

    I met Frank while he was buying perfume for his wife. I saw that he was a former marine, we talked and became good friends, We knew many of the same people, and served in many of the same places, including the U.S.S.Yorktown, Frank would spend hours in my man cave. Frank had a great love for his wife, Pam, his dog, and the Marine Corps. Frank, I will miss you and the times we had at the rifle range, and seeing who could tell the biggest lie. Old marines don’t die, they just gather to regroup. Semper Fi Marine

  13. Harold Wilson says:

    I served under Lt. Frank Faust on the USS Yorktown. I had recently reconnected when I sent some pictures from our time on the Yorktown. I was gathering more photos to send and before sending them I found the obituary. My sincere condolences to Frank’s family. I had the utmost respect for this Marine officer who was a credit to the Marine Corps and to his country. Harold R. Wilson

  14. Jenny Nelson Cummiskey says:

    I just found this site, and felt I must log my memory of Frank here. While almost 30 years my senior, he was one of my best friends ever. His wisdom, insight, integrity, respect and friendship over the past 20+ years have meant more than I can express. Now, as I have major life decisions on my plate, I miss his counsel, his ability to put things into perspective. I often think, “what would Frank do?” and that will have to be enough now, and it helps. I’m proud to have been his friend.

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