FAYE ALICE (NEELY) CUELLAR
September 5, 1945 – June 4, 2018
Faye Alice Neely Cuellar, age 72, went to be with our Lord on Monday June 4, 2018 at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Beaumont, Texas. She was born on September 5, 1945 in Vidor, Texas to Frank and Annie Neely, and resided in Beaumont for many years.
Faye will be forever lovingly remembered by her husband of 45 years, Joe Cuellar. She is preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Annie Neely, and brother Frank Neely.
She is survived by sisters, Paula Comeaux, Mary Bickley, Karen and her husband Cliff Watt, brother George Neely and his wife Hazel, sister-in-law Kay Neely, numerous nieces and nephews, extended family, and dear friends and neighbors.
Faye was a wonderful artist, crafter, and quilter, and generously gifted many family and friends with her beautiful work. Her friendliness and kindness to all and her love of animals will always be remembered. Her love, encouragement, and compassion for others will be deeply missed by all those privileged to know her.
Her family will be holding a private ceremony to remember her life at a later date. Memorial donations in memory of Faye may be made to Doctors Without Borders at https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/tribute.CFM or to your favorite charity.
- Joe L. Cuellar, Husband
- George Neely and wife Hazel, Brother
- Paula Comeaux, Sister
- Mary Bickly, Sister
- Karen Watt and husband Cliff, Sister
- No Services Scheduled
FAYE ALICE (NEELY) CUELLAR
June 13, 2018
We were blessed to have you in the family
WE love you and will miss you forever.
Brother George and my family ,Hazel, Rylee and Carson
June 8, 2018
Joe Louis Cuellar
June 7, 2018
My dear Faye I know I should be rejoicing that you are with The Good Lord and I am but it still hurts a lot, I Thank God all of my dear friends and family who have been there for me, Thanks for my sister Santos for being able to come over the same day to comfort me, Having had a heart attack just 2 years ago I REALLY didn't think I could survive that night. I want to also thank all the wonderful people who took good care of my Faye, All my friends for checking on me, Please keep in your prayers so I can get strength from The Good Lord,
June 5, 2018
My sweet Aunt Faye did not have any children of her own, but she loved all of her nieces and nephews like they were her own. She quilted for us, sewed for us, painted for us, and sent us little things "just because." Her thoughts were always about what she could do for someone else. Even when she became really ill, she never complained about the constant pain that accompanied her illness; she only wanted to know, "So tell me what's going on in your life?" Through the years we shared many laughs, music, many deep thoughts, and also tears during the difficult times in our lives and family. No matter what, she loved us.
Her loss has left a huge hole in my heart and in our family that we will try to fill with good memories and her love for us.
Heaven has gained another angel.
Love you, Faye.
Your loving niece,