Faye Fort Toulou
November 24, 1951 – July 31, 2019
Faye Fort Toulou, 67, was born on November 24, 1951 in Savannah, Georgia and passed away on July 31, 2019 in Columbus, Georgia. Faye was a daughter of William Guy Duck and Inez Harrelson Duck. She was married to Joseph A. Fort and later to Lou A. Toulou. Faye had many interesting jobs and found pleasure in each one of them from Home Telephone Company to Georgia Pacific to Colville Indian Power and Veneer to Synovus. Most recently she was the owner and operator of Coyote Run Campground in Pittsview, AL and worked at Ft. Mitchell Trading Post and Hardware. Faye's life took her to many places in the US. She was fortunate to find friends in every state she lived including South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Washington. She loved her family dearly and was a mother to many. She enjoyed traveling the country in an RV, making Native American bead work, sewing, decorating, gardening, cooking, attending church, and putting a smile on someone's face. She is survived by the following family:
Melissa Kennedy, daughter Curtis Holmes, son-in-law Trevor Holmes, grandson Mary Alice Kelley, sister William Guy Duck, Jr., brother Allen Duck, brother
- Dana Melissa Kennedy, Daughter
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Faye Fort Toulou
August 21, 2019
We are all going to miss you dearly. You will always be my favorite aunt and the one I share the most memories with. I will tell Ariane all about you as she is growing up! We all love you! Xoxo
August 19, 2019
Sorry for your lost. I remember when we went and stayed with her that summer she treated me as if I was her own. We had so much fun. She was so sweet and will be missed.
August 4, 2019
Grandma even though I know you are at peace and with papa. I am really heartbroken that your no longer with us. You helped me in so many ways. You, Eddie and the girls helped me cope with papa's passing and then uncle Karl's passing. Even though I still haven't been able to get over it 100% you were always there to comfort me. Now I've lost you. Who will be there for me like you were? No one really understood how much papa, uncle karl and you ment to me. And lord knows we had are differences and problems but we were able to over come them together. I will miss our conversation and time spent together. I will miss the good times and the bad times we shared. I will never forget how you accepted and loved me with open arms. You were/are the best grandma and great grandma ever. Please take care of your self, papa, uncle karl and bobo up in heaven until the day we can all be a family again. Grandma I love and miss you so much and the pain is so unbearable right now. But I know if you were hear you would tell me it will get better in time and that you would want me to be happy and at peace knowing you are happy and have been reunited with papa and both of my uncles. So I'm trying my hardest to make you as proud of me as I am of you. You will always be in my heart and on my mind. Rest in peace my beloved grandma and guardian angel.
Always Loving & missing you
August 3, 2019
I'm so sorry to hear about Faye. We were in second grade when her sister and my uncle got married and we became good friends. Both of us moved around alot, but continued to write each other through the years. After high school graduation, we got a job working at the same company. We dated and married within a month of each other. We had some good times together. Faye was very talented when it came to sewing beautiful outfits. She will be sadly missed and I am so sorry for your loss Melissa.
August 3, 2019
Your smiling face will be missed when we walk into the hardware store. You were always so willing to help. We will miss your visits to our little church at Mercy Baptist too. But when God is ready for us to go home, we know we will be where He is and the smile I remember from you Faye, will be nothing compared to the smile you have now in our Heavenly Home. We pray we will see you again. May God give your family and friends enough comfort through the sad days until they too, see you again. Most people say RIP, we say kick up your heels and enjoy what we all want at the end of our days on this earth; living with God himself.
August 2, 2019
I will miss you always but I know you are back with Dad and my brothers and at peace. My love always and forever.
Your loving daughter,