Weaver-Hughes Mortuary

33629 Yucaipa Blvd, Yucaipa, CA


Albert Edward Fawcett III

November 4, 1940September 23, 2019

Albert Edward Fawcett III, 78, of Yucaipa, passed away peacefully on Monday, September 23, 2019 of cancer. Al was born in Middleboro, Massachusetts on November 4, 1940. He served in The United States Air Force for 8 years in the Missile Maintenance Squadron, and settled in Yucaipa in 1974. He worked as a machinist with Morrison Engineering until he retired in 2009. Al enjoyed fishing, traveling, and reloading his own ammunition. He always enjoyed being surrounded by his kids and grandkids. Al is survived by his wife Isabel, son Darryl Fawcett (Rebecca), daughters LeeAnn Sipes (Daniel) and Denise Hamilton (Tim). Step daughters Maggie Castillo (Victor), Daisy Rodriguez, Step son Robert Rodriguez (Jenny). Step sons James Waller, Steven Waller (Carla), Michael Waller and step daughters Teresa Poland (Terry) and Charlene Olson (Bruce). Al has 29 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Janice Bushey of Massachusetts. Services will be held at Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buran Blvd, Riverside, CA 92518, October 7th, 2019, at 10:30 a.m.


  • Committal Service Monday, October 7, 2019


Albert Edward Fawcett III

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Janae Gurney

September 25, 2019

Grandpa, Grandma and I had some really amazing adventures. He taught me how to fish, my love of board games, that no good day can start without breakfast, and that teasing is the truest form of love. He taught me a lot about what is important in life, and especially why you shouldn't hold grudges. A huge amount of my childhood was spent with them... sandwiched between them in the car on our way to visit family and national landmarks, in the living room watching Cops and playing Yahtzee, and at breakfast (always a booth, never a table) watching him and grandma tease each other endlessly. I will forever cherish every moment. Love you Grandpa. Give Grandma a hug for me.

Jim Waller

September 24, 2019

Al always had a joke to share, he kept things light around the house. He loved to go fishing, the many trips we made to Big Bear were always memorable. He was good to his kids and was a good provider. I have not seen him in years, but will always remember him with positive regard. Rest In Peace buddy.

Jim Waller.