Faye Britt of Stone Mountain died on September 24, 2016. Survived by daughters, Rhonda Locher and husband Lance, Statham, Sondra Parris and husband Thad, Covington, four grandsons; Britt and Seth Parris, Lance Ryan and Trent Locher, sister, Linda Meaders, Lawrenceville and many nieces and nephews. Faye will be missed for her unconditional love of her family, quick wit and sense of humor, delicious southern meals, her 'tell it like it is attitude' and sense of style and fashion; Faye took fashion ques from no one, but gave fashion ques to everyone else. She was a pillar of the Stone Mtn. community her entire life and for many years a teller at SunTrust Bank in the city of Stone Mtn. She loved the Lord and spent her life serving and doing for others. Services will be held Wednesday, September 28 at 2pm at Wages and Sons Chapel. Rev. Bryan Hancock and Rev. Ed Salter will officiate. Family will receive friends Tuesday from 4pm to 8pm. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Georgia State Chapter Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, www.mggeorgia.org. Burial, Stone Mtn. City Cemetery.

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  1. My children & I are so sorry for your loss. We remember her as a sweet, kind person…she was ” one of a kind” . Stylish, happy, so friendly.

  2. Just one of my favorites. Full of spunk and told it like she saw it. We laughed a lot of days at DMC with Dixie, Pat Vinton and Fayro! God bless the family. Lew and Jerry Rowell

  3. One of our Golden Girls has left us. I went from 1st thru 12th grade with this beautiful lady. She was truly her own
    person and a free spirit. My condolence to the family.

  4. There aren’t words that can express the anguish one feels when you’ve lost a loved one. Praying for God to sustain you with His strength and love at the loss of your mother at this difficult time and for the months that follow.

  5. Oh, how I loved and will miss Faye.
    I will miss the laughter, our talks about children and our “angel grandchildren”. She had a smile and sincerity, along with a little mischievous way, that drew you to her. She loved her family so very much and will always be loved. God Bless the Family. Our prayers are with you all.

  6. So sorry for your loss and that I will not be able to be there. You girls have been a part of mine and Jessica’s life for so long, love you. Aunt Faye will truly be missed.

  7. Dear Tim and Beth. It is never easy losing a loved one but losing your momma is the hardest thing. We will be praying for you and Beth during this time of sorrow. God bless and keep you.

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