OBITUARY

Faye Carey

January 18, 1938January 10, 2021
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Faye Carey, 82 of McDonough passed away January 10, 2021. She was born in Rome, Georgia on January 18, 1938 to Herschel and Ethel Hunter. Faye worked for many years for Clayton County Schools with the special needs children and enjoyed spending time with her eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She is survived by her husband of 62 years, Wallace Carey, daughters, Carla (Dennis) Moye of McDonough, Alicia (Doyle) Stewart of McDonough, Denise (Russ) Tweed of Monticello and Tia (Joey) DiNino of McDonough. Eight grandchildren, Brandon (Stephanie) Moye, Lyndsey Thompson and John Gray, Austin (Brittany) Moye, Carey (Victoria) Collier, Blayne (Taryn) Christian, Hunter (Laura) Collier, Braelyn DiNino and Haedyn DiNino. Three great grandchildren, Annastyn Moye, Kade Thompson and Bristol Moye and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at 1:00pm on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at Haisten Funeral Home. Reverend Tom Kennedy will officiate a celebration of life at 2:00pm on Wednesday in our chapel. Interment will follow at Eastlawn Memorial Park.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Brandon Moye
  • Austin Moye
  • Carey Collier
  • Blayne Christian
  • Hunter Collier
  • Kade Thompson

Services

  • Viewing - Haisten Funeral Home

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021

  • A Celebration of Life - Haisten Funeral Home Chapel

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021

  • Burial - Eastlawn Memorial Park

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021

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Roy Payne

January 13, 2021

Though Faye has journeyed to a better place, we are all saddened by her loss. When I was a kid, Aunt Faye was the mysterious aunt from Atlanta, married to Uncle Wallace, with the four beautiful daughters. As I grew older, she became less mysterious, but always kind and giving and I remember her fondly. For those left behind, there is solace in those memories. A mother's smile; a grandmother's touch; a wife's hand to hold. And the imprint she left on her loved ones, for they are a testament to her. She lives on in their faces and their manner and their strength of family. Rest In Peace, Aunt Faye.

Kola, Cena, Tonya, Neva, Marie and families.

Amanda Swader

January 13, 2021

For Uncle Wallace & the Girls:

With a sad, sad heart I search for words of comfort or words of joy. At times, it seems as though there are none. A time so very hard to express. A close friend wrote to me “I don’t know what to say.” I understand just that. As I stumble for the words, I too don’t know what to say. I have my memories— one special life for one special lady. Aunt Faye ... I will miss her so.

Memories of long ago and special times passed, I treasure fondly. Those memories, I will hold close. Our long little talks of a most recent time, I wouldn’t trade them for the world (Note —> She and I simply agreed to keep those a secret!!!).

Smiling as I write, these moments are simply awesome! I remember funny, fun-loving, silly, sassy, and, Oh, so very real, and always with a quickness. A style of her own indeed. I will remember just that!

I am grateful for the special times and the special places, there were many. I am so very grateful to each of you for having shared some of the same memories, as each of you are a part of mine.

With all my heart,
Amanda (Mandy ;)
p.s. I love you



Kathy Bland

January 12, 2021


My deepest sympathy to all of the family for your loss. I thought a lot of Faye. She was funny, witty and upbeat. She loved her family and I always knew Christie was in good hands when she was with the Carey’s. Faye was good person. She is at peace now. My prayers are with you all.

Ann Teems

January 12, 2021

Praying the Lord will give you peace and comfort at this time of loss.

Jimmy talked about he and Faye growing up together a lot. He shared so many stories of when he stayed with Mommie Hunter after school and in the summers and how he and Faye played together. He loved Faye so much. I remember when Faye and I were in Health class together in High School. She was always so witty and kept me laughing.

I love you all and God bless you. Ann Teems



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