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Faye H. Johnson

September 8, 1934February 21, 2021

Mrs. Faye H. Johnson passed peacefully in her home on Sunday, February 21, 2021 at the age of 86.

She is survived by her daughters, Lynne Haynes and Kristin Barbour and her husband Tom Barbour; her grandchildren, Leslie Haynes, Mason Barbour and Griffin Barbour; and her nieces, Martha Fisher and Ellen Roach. She was preceded in death by her spouse, Dr. Edmund Johnson; her parents, Clarence and Callie Hairfield; sisters, Lorene Winder, Fern Hairfield, Helen Hill; niece, Lisa Krausse; and son-in-law, Greg Haynes.

Faye was an active member of her community during her time in Fredericksburg, VA. She was a member of Saint George’s Episcopal Church. Faye was also a member of and actively involved in the Junior Women’s Club of Fredericksburg, and a member of two bridge clubs which allowed her to engage with friends and acquaintances in the local community. Faye was also a fixture in the downtown scene while operating an antiques shop at the Antique Court of Shoppes for twenty years. Faye and Edmund retired to Williamsburg, VA in 2005 to be near their two daughters and three grandchildren.

Services will be private. Online condolences for the family may be shared at www.nelsenwilliamsburg.com.

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Linda Edelstein

February 28, 2021

Dear Lynne & Kristin, Sending both of you my Love ~ Memories of Faye...Bootsie & Kristin visiting Faye at the Spotsy. Mall in the 1980's, Dexter, Faye calling to come over NOW to see your decorated Christmas Tree ( every year ), Fern visiting Faye every Sat. at the Antique Court Of Shoppes, your Dad always visiting the shop to check what was needed for dinner that night...all the endless HAPPY DAYS of long talks & laughter I shared with your Mother for 26 years will always stay in my heart. Wishing You Both Peace & Love, Linda Edelstein ** P.S. added a 1986 photo of your Mother & I at ~ 1001 Caroline St. Fredericksburg Va. ~ Antique Court of Shoppes

Helen Sanders

February 28, 2021

Remembering many pleasant visits on the side porch. Dr. Johnson and Faye had many interests, especially finding item for their shop.
They were part of what made Fredericksburg a special place. Anyone who got to know them was fortunate.

Dorothy Higbee

February 27, 2021

Faye and Ed were good friends to me and I will miss her, now that she has left us to join him.
We enjoyed many conversations and our group of neighbors’ birthday luncheons .
She especially liked having her favorite, Crab Cakes.
Her long years of pain are now at an end. May she Rest In Peace.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY