Faeron E. M. Allen Pierce

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Faeron E. M. Allen Pierce 1938 - 2012 Tucson, Ariz. - Faeron "Tudy" Elizabeth Mosely Allen Pierce, 74, passed away Monday, December 3, 2012. She was born April 15, 1938, in Warren, the daughter of Grover Neil Mosely and Eva Jane Elizabeth Kennedy Mosely. Faeron attended and received undergraduate degrees from UCLA and the University of Arizona in education and business administration. She continued and received a master's degree from the University of Phoenix in Tucson, Ariz. Faeron had an exciting career in both human resources management and education with several private industry companies, including Hughes, Digital and Amoco corporations, as well as several Los Angeles and Tucson government entities such as TPD, Pima County and City of Tucson and three school districts in Los Angeles, Georgia and Tucson. Faeron worked and lived in Ohio, California, Georgia and Arizona. She was interested in writing poetry, life stories and helping children. Her motto was that "you learn to love as you are loved," and she loved her friends around the globe. Faeron was an Alpha Kappa Alpha woman, past member of Links Inc. and a past board member of Family Counseling Agency in Tucson and Literacy Volunteers of America in Atlanta. She was a world traveler and gained lifelong friendships with many cultures during her career, travels and communities in which she lived. She was strong in her Christian faith and showed it by her loving and sharing attitude of supporting her friends and family. She leaves behind her sisters, Delores (Edward) Morgan, Geraldine (Jasper) Wells and Brenda (Ray) Clark; three nieces, Robin, Shelly and Brenda Sue; two nephews, Charles and Cedric Jr.; a host of great-nephews and great-nieces and many friends around the U.S. and world. Her parents; a beloved son, Victor Dale Allen; his father, Franklin Allen; her wonderful husband of 25 years, Buddy Henry Pierce; a brother, Matthew Neil (Kennedy) Mosely; her nephews, Mark Poole and Gerald Poole and a niece, Elizabeth Mosely, preceded her in death. Faeron has requested that any and all memorials be granted to the donors' personal charities benefiting children. Faeron has requested cremation with no funeral or memorial services. "Remember me as I lived and loved." Her last request was to send love, peace and joy to all who knew and loved her, forgiveness to anyone she has harmed in the name of Jesus and to wish all of you blessings and continuous love. Inquires: Brenda Clark 330-759-6508.

Published in the Arizona Daily Star on Dec. 23, 2012
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