Allie Buyeske wrote on July 15, 2020
Dear Jan, I am so sorry for your loss. I consider myself lucky to have meet both of you hope! Marv’s obituary was astonishing to read! What a life he chose ?? while his body is running free of disease , I hope yours can run free too and take the time to travel and visit those you love. God Bless you. Allie
Denis Sutton wrote on July 14, 2020
Although it has been years since we worked together in Kempster Hall, the conversations daily were a light hearted and meaningful. The good years. May you rest in peace and it was a privilege knowing and working with you.
Amy Johnson wrote on July 13, 2020
Jan, my deepest sympathies. I met you both at the Memory Cafe and you were truly a wonderful couple to share stories with. Oh, how he made me laugh! Thank you for the little time I was able to share with you both. Prayers to you and your family.
Brooke Keenan wrote on July 13, 2020
My deepest sympathies for the loss of Dr. Faust. I will miss his stories and his smile.
Wayne, Laurie and Julia Juedes wrote on July 11, 2020
Our dearest Marv~ We will miss your smile, your laugh and your funny stories. You always had stories and we were always willing to listen to them. Some had a lessons to be learned. We will miss you being part of our family for the many years we have known you. Thank you for letting us know you. You will be missed. Rest in Peace, Marv Sincerely, The Wayne Juedes Family of Winneconne
Leslie wrote on July 11, 2020
Jan, so sorry for your loss. I treasured the time we had together with Marv in class. He was always an inspiration to me. And I owe him so much for his medical advice which was spot on every time I asked for help. I will miss him.
Jan Cruz wrote on July 11, 2020
Thoughts and prayers for Doc's family. I was so sad to hear of his passing. A wonderful man whom always had a smile for everyone he saw and was a kind gentle soul. Heaven received a gem!
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