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Marguerite Marie Faber

July 6, 1945November 15, 2020

Marguerite Marie Guarino Faber, age 75, passed away on November, 15, 2020 at her home in Chandler, Arizona surrounded by her loving family.

Marguerite was born on July 6, 1945 to Paul and Palma Guarino in Chicago, Illinois. She married the love of her life, Sigmund Frank Faber, on October 28, 1973 in River Grove, Illinois. Marguerite and Sigmund were blessed with a beautiful daughter whom they named Michelle.

Marguerite is survived by her beloved daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Rodney Henninger of Chandler, Arizona; a grandson, Petty Officer 3rd Class Patrick Henninger; beloved granddogs AJ and Wally; cherished friends Judy and Ross Peters, Sandy Thatcher and Family, Liza, Jenn, Marianna (The Italian Lady), Tari, Amanda, Leigh, and Jinky; as well as many more friends.

Marguerite is preceded in death by her beloved husband of 46 years; Sigmund Frank Faber; her parents, Paul and Palma Guarino; a sister, Elaine Guarino Scordato; as well as her much missed granddog, Marti.

Marguerite loved sewing, cooking, ceramics, and crafts. She devoted her life to her family and friends and was always willing to help someone in need.

Christmas was Marguerite’s favorite holiday. Keep her in your hearts this year and every year after by celebrating the Christmas season as much as you can.

Services for Marguerite are pending at this time. Arrangements under the direction of Lakeshore Mortuary.

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Michelle Henninger

November 22, 2020

Mom made this years ago.

Michelle Henninger

November 22, 2020

I hesitated to share this at first, but it is sooooo funny I have too. Mom had not flown in tears and we were at the Dallas airport. She ate Chick Filet and played bubbles on her phone for the first time. She was very excited to get home to AZ.

Judy Peters

November 21, 2020

You have been in my thoughts since you arrived in Ariz, to be with Michelle and Rodney. The best part was flying to see you and
spending 3 days with lots of laughter, story telling and playing with the dogs. How you loved them, and they did too..in and out of your room all day. We go back a long way..to your marriage to Sig, to various jobs, but never out of sight or mind.

Rest easy dear friend...Judy

Rodney Henninger

November 19, 2020

To wrap up my thoughts or memories in such a succinct manner doesn’t begin to capture the love she brought to my/our lives. From the holiday dinners around the table, watching Cubs or Packers games or so many other memories, I remember it all fondly and always will.
I’ll miss your quirky goofy sense of humor and your incredible smile. You’ve left an enormous void here that won’t be forgotten.
I’m sure Jessie, Freyja, Hawkie and your sweet Marti are happy to see you. We will to someday - I love you mom.

Michelle Henninger

November 18, 2020

Michelle Henninger

November 18, 2020

Michelle Henninger

November 18, 2020

Michelle Henninger

November 18, 2020

Mariana Van Meter

November 18, 2020

Marguerite was selfless even at her weakest point. She made sure to make me feel comfortable and important during our bedside chats. I will always cherish our conversations and the laughs we had! She loved her family and many pets and loved sharing fun Chicago memories with Mark. We will miss her and her snarky wit. I’m so glad we were able to be friends and sisters. Love you, Marguerite! The “Italian lady” 🕊

Michelle Henninger

November 18, 2020

Mom,

Miss you so very much. The house is empty without you. Grateful for the time we had together this year. The boys miss you and Rodney and I are heartbroken. We know you are at peace, just miss you horribly.

FROM THE FAMILY

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