Phyllis Kay Fauth
November 1, 1942 – March 24, 2020
Phyllis Kay Fauth, 77, of Lincoln, NE went home to be with her Savior on March 24, 2020. Phyllis was surrounded by family as she began her eternal journey.
She was born to Manfrid and (Della) Alene (Johnson) Martinson in Eaton, Colorado on November 1, 1942. After retiring from a career at People's Natural Gas, Phyllis worked in the Cafeteria at Lincoln High School for 6 years. She enjoyed fellowshipping with members of her church, playing cards with friends and mostly spending time with family.
Phyllis was preceded in death by brother, Claude L. Martinson; parents, Manfrid and Alene Martinson and husband, Edward Fauth. She is survived by children, Lori (Lee) Irons, Lincoln, Sandy Ricketts, Lincoln, Tim Slagle, Lincoln; sisters, Shirley Howell and Lynda (Kevin) Turner, Garden City, Kansas; grandchildren, Riley Morton, Nate (Tori) Morton, Michaela Morton all of Lincoln, Amber (Zach) Fischer, Ankeny, Iowa, Tiffany (Tanner) Craig, Adams, Nebraska, Desiree (Robert) Palmer, Lincoln, Dorea (Jacob) Wilson, Brooklyn, New York, Christian Slagle, Lincoln, and TJ Slagle, Springfield, Missouri; great grandchildren, Scout and Ryder Morton, Kinley, Elsie, Coen and Charles Fischer, Madison and Marilyn Craig and Layla and Mylind Palmer.
A memorial and celebration of Phyllis's life is planned at a later date.
Memorial donations are suggested to Cerebral Palsy www.bccerebralpalsy.com/donate Condolences to lincolnfh.com
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Phyllis Kay Fauth
April 1, 2020
My thoughts and prayers are going out to Phyllis & her family and friends. I'm sorry for your loss. Phyllis was a loving neighbor who will be missed by many. My son and I miss our backyard-talks with Phyllis. There is comfort knowing she is with the Lord.
March 27, 2020
My thoughts and prayers are with Phyllis’s
Family. I know Phyllis went to Heaven singing with opened arms!!. Thinking of you in your sorrow, and hoping these words may be a comfort to you now.
In Deepest Sympathy