ForeverMissed
Faye Lynn Spakosky of Riverside, NJ passed away on Saturday, March 7, 2020. She was 65 years old.

She was born on August 2, 1954 in Mt. Holly, NJ. A beloved mother and grandmother, Faye is survived by her son and daughter, Kiersten Gauntt and Zac Bacco, as well as her grandchild, Ingrid Gauntt Heide. 
She was known for her love of traveling, animals, nature, and for her prestigious career as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist. Faye was artistic, lively, supportive of her children, and had a great sense of humor. She will be terribly missed by family and friends.

There will be a small, eco-friendly funeral at Steelmantown Cemetery Natural Burial Preserve, 101 Steelmantown Rd, Steelmantown (Woodbine), NJ at 11 am on Thursday, March 12, 2020. Dress will be casual.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Burlington County Animal Shelter at https://www.co.burlington.nj.us/168/Animal-Shelter. 

Posted by George Bauman on March 14, 2020
I am so very sad to hear that we will no longer be able to talk with, laugh with, be happy with, and be joyful with Faye. Her passing is a reminder to me that I need to do today what I keep putting off until tomorrow. Faye will be missed by us all. I know that our loss is the Lord's gain. I am comforted that, for a time, she and I were friends. My sincerest, warmest, deepest regards go out to the members of her family who loved her, I am certain, more than words can express. I have always known her to be a good and beautiful soul.
Posted by Joyce Fraser on March 13, 2020
Prayers to her Family

Jim Fraser



Posted by Robert Keneally on March 11, 2020
My deepest condolences to Faye's family. She was a good friend in high school. It was so good seeing her again at our 45th reunion. RIP Faye...
Posted by Narcie Haran on March 11, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Faye's passing. Faye and I had a good time together and traveled together to Atlantic City, as well as music concerts in Camden. She will be missed and there was no one quite like her. I will always remember all the laughing we did!
Posted by Barbara Edge on March 11, 2020
I am deeply saddened to hear this. I am a neighbor and met Faye while walking my dog. She was always friendly and we chatted about our dogs. I will miss seeing her riding her bike, walking her dogs , her beautiful house decorations that were always current with every holiday season, and being outside with her little granddaughter.  A few years ago she gave me some of her day lilies to plant in my yard, when they bloom this year I will think of Faye. Prayers to her family, which she always talked about with much love.
Sincerely Barbara Edge   xxoo
Posted by Doreen Nester on March 10, 2020
My condolences to the family! I will miss her laugh and her fun spirit! I thought we would have more time to dance to Jerry Blavet! I am glad to have known her and been her friend!

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Posted by George Bauman on March 14, 2020
I am so very sad to hear that we will no longer be able to talk with, laugh with, be happy with, and be joyful with Faye. Her passing is a reminder to me that I need to do today what I keep putting off until tomorrow. Faye will be missed by us all. I know that our loss is the Lord's gain. I am comforted that, for a time, she and I were friends. My sincerest, warmest, deepest regards go out to the members of her family who loved her, I am certain, more than words can express. I have always known her to be a good and beautiful soul.
Posted by Joyce Fraser on March 13, 2020
Prayers to her Family

Jim Fraser



Posted by Robert Keneally on March 11, 2020
My deepest condolences to Faye's family. She was a good friend in high school. It was so good seeing her again at our 45th reunion. RIP Faye...
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Shared by Jill Foley on March 11, 2020
I am deeply sad to hear of Faye’s passing.  This is so totally unexpected and I hope her days were full of joy.  My heart goes out to her children and grandchild.  Heaven has another sweet angel.  Love, Jill Hallowell Foley