ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Daniel Fauley, 63 years old, born on July 3, 1957, and passed away on May 18, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Maureen Crumrine on June 1, 2021
Dan was a good man with a good heart. He helped so many people so willingly. He is so very missed by so many.
Posted by Terri Branham on May 25, 2021
Dogs are the best judges of character and my dog positively LOVED Dan!! I can't say his name in my house or tell her that "Dan is on his way" because she immediately runs to the back door and won't leave until he shows up.         
                                                                      
I met Dan in 1984 when Bill Lambert brought him to help build a deck for us, and he was a wonderful friend for all these years. He was a lifesaver for my mother and I keeping our property maintained--no job was too small or menial and in an emergency (such as pipes breaking and flooding my apartment in the middle of the night). He was always just a phone call away. He was such a hard worker but also great family man and I know he's finally getting to just relax and watch over his family that he adored.

Posted by Lynn Loopeskoo on May 25, 2021
We first met Dan when we were sitting on a park bench on the Ala Wai canal in Waikiki. We have a dog and he stopped and said that he used to have a dog that looked like ours but he was brown. When I first met Dan, he did not drink beer, but as we hung out together, he started to drink Heineken with me. During his time over here, I introduced him to the finest beer in life like Old English 800, Schlitz Malt liquor and Mickeys big mouth. I'm glad to see he still enjoyed drinking beer when he went back to Oregon. He was always quick to help people expecting nothing in return. He was a good friend and will be missed.

With much Love,
Bob and Lynn
Posted by Leanna Copeland on May 21, 2021
My dad was my everything. He was the one we all could count on to help with anything. And he loved every second of it. I am forever changed by his loss. I love you, daddy.

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Posted by Maureen Crumrine on June 1, 2021
Dan was a good man with a good heart. He helped so many people so willingly. He is so very missed by so many.
Posted by Terri Branham on May 25, 2021
Dogs are the best judges of character and my dog positively LOVED Dan!! I can't say his name in my house or tell her that "Dan is on his way" because she immediately runs to the back door and won't leave until he shows up.         
                                                                      
I met Dan in 1984 when Bill Lambert brought him to help build a deck for us, and he was a wonderful friend for all these years. He was a lifesaver for my mother and I keeping our property maintained--no job was too small or menial and in an emergency (such as pipes breaking and flooding my apartment in the middle of the night). He was always just a phone call away. He was such a hard worker but also great family man and I know he's finally getting to just relax and watch over his family that he adored.

Posted by Lynn Loopeskoo on May 25, 2021
We first met Dan when we were sitting on a park bench on the Ala Wai canal in Waikiki. We have a dog and he stopped and said that he used to have a dog that looked like ours but he was brown. When I first met Dan, he did not drink beer, but as we hung out together, he started to drink Heineken with me. During his time over here, I introduced him to the finest beer in life like Old English 800, Schlitz Malt liquor and Mickeys big mouth. I'm glad to see he still enjoyed drinking beer when he went back to Oregon. He was always quick to help people expecting nothing in return. He was a good friend and will be missed.

With much Love,
Bob and Lynn
his Life

Dan's Life

Daniel Lee Fauley, 64, of Grants Pass, Oregon, passed away on 18 May 2021.
He was born to parents Jerry Fauley and Patricia Fauley-Wilson, on July 3, 1957 in Zanesville, OH.
He graduated from Norwalk High School in 1975. Dan worked as a Contractor for 40 years, and built many lasting friendships with his clients and colleagues. 

He enjoyed playing with his grandkids, building things, helping his kids fix up their homes, and traveling to Hawaii to lay on the beach. He was happiest in the presence of family.
Dan is survived by his wife, Lynn Fauley, son, Bryan Fauley, daughter Leanna Copeland, son, Kyle Fauley, granddaughter, Shaylene Fauley, grandson, Hunter Copeland, and granddaughter Katelyn Copeland. He is also survived by his mom, Patricia Fauley-Wilson, sister, Sue Fauley and brother, Doug Fauley.
He was preceded in death by his father, Jerry Fauley.
A celebration of life will be determined at a later date.


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Shared by Sue Fauley on May 22, 2021
My brother was always there for me as a child till now, he would call me at least once a week to see how I was doing, he took me rafting and 3 yrs ago he took our mom and Lynn and myself to see Chicago concert cause he knew my mom wanted to see them. 
He was a caring person that would help anybody that needed help. He made me laugh a lot He was a good husband and father, brother and always help the kids with there homes and mine, mom`s
I love you and I miss you so much. I know you and dad are together now.
I love you, your sister.

Daddy's Girl

Shared by Leanna Copeland on May 22, 2021
My dad and I went to a Bryan Adams concert a couple of years back. We didn't agree on a lot of music, but this was one artist we both really enjoyed, so when I saw the tickets, I asked my dad to go with me. We bought a 6 pack of Bud Light before the concert, and looked all around that store for a bottle opener. We finally found one, I think my dad ended up spending like $8 bucks on it, get back to our hotel room and find out the bottles were twist offs! I can remember my dad cracking up over the situation, I can see his expression in my head. That was a trip I will always hold close to my heart.