Faith Moran Heinemann
December 30, 1925 – July 22, 2018
Faith Moran Heinemann, 92, of Malibu, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her beloved family. Born in New York, she moved to Los Angeles County 55 years ago. She worked as a consultant for about 20 years for the United States Government in the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and was Chief of the Los Angeles office. Faith earned her PhD when she was 65 years old. She was a prolific artist and will be remembered for her creativity and her love of animals. Her artistic family history includes famous artists, Thomas Moran, her great uncle, as well as John Trumbull. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Dave Mautner and her second husband, Albert Heinemann; and two children, Bruce Mautner and Susie Mautner. She is survived by three loving children, Kathleen Mautner, Michael Mautner and Patrick Mautner. She is also survived by her two daughters-in-law Kimberly Mautner and Betsy Mautner; four grandchildren - Belle, Matthew, Jordan and Ian, and three great grandchildren, as well as other dear family members and cherished friends.
- Humane Society
- Funeral Mass Friday, August 3, 2018
Faith Moran Heinemann
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August 5, 2018
I met Faith when I started walking her beloved black lab Marty, and then later sweet little rescue Rusty. We bonded over our love of dogs. About once every couple of weeks we had our “dog parties.” I would take them for a walk while Faith prepared for the festivities. When we returned from our walk the spread would be ready. Broccoli and carrots, watermelon, crackers and cheese and sometimes , for a special treat Pate and sour dough baguette. The dogs would line up in their usual spots and yes, have some of everything.
Faith used to laugh about how people would think we were nuts, but always end with, “they enjoy it so much.” I miss you Faith, will cherish your sweet little Rusty, and have future dog parties in your honor. ❤️
July 28, 2018
For quite a few years, we had a group that would meet with Faith and Dr Lamiers to talk about our loved ones and the last act of life for them and its trials.
Faith had such insight into what was really important. I learned so much.
I will treasure the time, and all that Faith shared with me.
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