OBITUARY

Marye Diane Fazekas

May 26, 1958December 2, 2018

Marye Diane Fazekas was born on May 26, 1958 and passed away on December 2, 2018

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Marye Diane Fazekas

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Terry Sonnier

December 6, 2018

My name is Terry Sonnier and I work at associa hill country. I worked for Marye for over 10 years and had a great working relationship with her. She will be missed and our prayers are with her family.

Sandra Vela Mora

December 5, 2018

My sweet friend, it has taken me a couple of days to get through the initial shock and immense sadness after hearing the news you are gone. I've come to the realization there are just no words to properly express your impact on my life but I will try.

Marye, you absolutely made my 10 years with Associa brighter. On a professional level, you dominated the department you led, making our branch the envy of the majority of branches and regularly be pointed to as an example of how to work. Your company loyalty for two decades was rivaled only by your compassion, honesty and ability to tell the truth, even when it was a hard message to deliver. On a personal level, you were a confidant and cheerleader. We shed many tears (and possibly some blood) together, but you never gave up, no matter what was in front of us. You were a friend to me and my parents and my family will never forget you. Simply put, you are absolutely irreplaceable.

To Joe, Julie, Shawn,Austin & Liz - you all are filling my mind, heart and prayers these days. Your Wife/Mom loved you so very much and could not have been more proud of each of you. Many days started off or ended with conversations about our families, funny and aggravating stories, but they always came back to how your love kept her going. You have a strong Fazekas bond for sure, but know that you have a large, extended family all praying, loving and available to you for anything.

Sending my prayers, love and wrapping my arms around all of you,
Sandra

Bernie & Liza Nielsen

December 5, 2018

Liza and I will miss Mayre very much! Her humor and attitude was something to be cherished. The time we spent with her and Joe at the hockey games and at the beach will be some of our fondest memories. We know you have been tired for some time, rest now, we love you and God bless you!!

Maribel Lazcano

December 4, 2018

I will miss you very much Marye...your sweetness, your always ready to listen without question friendship, and your sweet fun stories of where your kids took you and Joe. Family...may it bring you some peace to know that the one you love knows only peace now. She is now an Angel forever watching over you.

Anthony Rodriguez

December 4, 2018

I used to work very closely with Marye, having shared an office with her during my first 5 years with the same management company. She was a kind hearted, loving person who commanded much respect from co-workers as well as myself. One of the best supervisors who taught me a lot about managing people and managing your day to day. There was not a work day we had together where we did not have a laugh, whether over a good joke or something odd that happened that day.
A very loving and proud wife and mother. We would often discuss her kids as a way to teach me to have perspective on raising mine. The jokes she would tell me about Joe, to give me insight to a better relationship, helping guide me through a bitter divorce. I feel very fortunate to have worked along side such a wonderful person. Thank you Marye, for being a part of my life. I will always treasure those memories.

Carol Beatty

December 3, 2018

Marye (Tinker) is what I always called her. A nickname that stuck since she was a little girl. I'm her baby sister who loves her dearly. Tinker was always there for me no matter what. She had a huge heart and loved her family very much.
I will miss you terribly. Rest In Peace Tinker. I love you.

Juanita Seekins

December 3, 2018

I have known Marye for more then 12 years. Marye was more than a coworker she was a friend. Of course I can't think of her without thinking of her husband Joe and her daughters Shawn and Julie. I know how proud she was of her girls. I do not know her son, but certainly knew of him and how proud she was of him. It was always obvious how much she cared for her entire family.
She spoke fondly of going to the coast with the whole family, including Liz and having their Thanksgiving down there each year.
I have many fond memories of chatting with Marye in her office whether it was work or family we were always on the same page.
I will miss her sweet and kind spirit. I pray that her entire family will find the peace that only God can provide at this time.
In loving memory of Marye.

Juanita Seekins

Kassandra Pacheco

December 3, 2018

It saddens me to not have been able to meet the Fazekas Family (Joe & Marye) for I can tell how wonderful they were with all the love shared in the Associa Office. My deepest condolences to the Fazekas Family. God bless you all and may he guide you with light in this clouded time in life. Marye will be truly missed.