OBITUARY

Faye M. Narmi

July 6, 1935October 7, 2012

NARMI

Faye Marilyn Narmi (Age 77)

Of Alexandria, Virginia passed away peacefully of respiratory failure on October 7, 2012 at Mount Vernon Hospital with her husband at her side. Faye was born July 7, 1935 in Virginia, Minnesota to Leonard and Dimple Romer, took nurses training at the Mayo Brothers Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and worked professionally as a licensed Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counselor. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Rear Admiral Ronald Narmi USN (Ret.), sons Michael Narmi of Colfax, CA, Dr. Jeffrey Narmi of Bernville, PA, Christopher Narmi of Charlotte, NC, daughter Elizabeth Holliday of Lorton, VA and five grandchildren. Her volunteer work included Navy Relief, Fort Belvoir Catholic Community, and Past President of the Riverwood Homeowners Association. She travelled extensively during her husband’s 30 year Navy career including living overseas in Iceland and Japan. Viewing will be held at Demaines Funeral Home at 520 South Washington St. Alexandria, VA on Thursday, October 11th from 2 to 4 PM and from 6 to 8 PM. A Catholic Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the Fort Belvoir Woodlawn Chapel (North Post) at 1030 AM on Friday October 12th. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations may be made to the Huntington Disease Society, 505 Eighth Ave, Suite 902, New York, NY 10018. An online guest book may also be found at www.demainefuneralhomes.com.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, October 11, 2012
  • Visitation Thursday, October 11, 2012
  • Funeral Service Friday, October 12, 2012
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, October 31, 2012
REMEMBERING

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Kevin Yarnall

October 9, 2013

I was always felt welcome as family in her home.

Breeze floats softly over the morn like an infants yawn
Ripples expand from the petal's kiss on the rain made shallows
May my memory be worthy of the name
for tomorrow will not be the same

Dave Erickson

October 19, 2012

Uncle Ron and family, I as others would like to add my condolences for your loss. I do understand what this feels like. I am confident and do pray that the Good Lord will bless you and your family at this time. I did enjoy the time I spent with her. Further, I am confident that she and Theresa have met and are now at peace.
God Blessings and Love you You and Yours!

Sandy Liddy Bourne

October 18, 2012

Ron,
I am sorry to learn of your loss. I have many fond memories of watching Faye walk around the neighborhood with her fighting spirit and beautiful smile. She was a joyful member of our women's Republican club. We will keep you and Faye in our family prayers.

Michaela Holliday

October 17, 2012

She is now our guardian angel, Rest in Peace Grandma. I love you

Michaela Holliday

October 17, 2012

My grandma was such as spunky, fun, loving, kindhearted, beautiful woman. I will miss her so much, especially when she called me the purple princess. She will always be with those she loved, including my Papa and mom. I will miss her everyday but I know she has been welcomed into God's kingdom. She is now my guardian angel. I love you grandma.

Michaela Holliday

October 17, 2012

Rex Maddox

October 13, 2012

We are very sad in hearing of Faye's passing. Our sympathy to Ron and the family.

Rex and Pat Maddox

October 12, 2012

Ron and family, our most sincere thoughts and prayers are with you on this very very sad time. We will miss Faye and her wonderful personality.
Our Love. Larry and Maria Price

Tim Gentile

October 12, 2012

Uncle Ronnie & Family,

We will always have plesant memories of Aunt Faye with all of her spunk and personality. We always enjoyed visiting with her when you were back in Council Bluffs. Our sincere condolences to all of you. Tim, Kathy & Nick Gentile

Kime Howard

October 12, 2012

Miss Faye is the reason that at the age of six I decided to name my future child Faye. She was the coolest grandma any of my friends had ever had, and she treated me like her own. I loved her so much.