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Fay, John Arthur
54, of Phoenix, Arizona passed away on August 20, 2015. John Arthur Fay 1961-2015 The most interesting man in the world. Cinco de Mayo was originally celebrated on Siete de Mayo, but moved, so as not to interrupt his birthday (May 7th, 1961), Skinny dipping was his idea, The color Blue envies how true he is to his friends , He is the most interesting man in the world. He picked his family (father Richard, mother Gloria, Sister's Melanie and Martha), His facial hair growth sets seasons into motion, The family jewels protect him, He is the most interesting man in the world. He keeps company with Rams (Madison Meadows), Broncos (Brophy College Preparatory), and Lumberjacks (Northern Arizona University), His formal education began at Madison Meadows, He is a man for others, Brophy Brothers, A degree in marketing from Northern Arizona University was earned by him, He is the most interesting man in the world. Spanish novelas try to capture the art of love as displayed by him and his only love, best friend and wife, Renee Ribardiere Fay, A heart was won for life in a game of poker played by him, His kiss turned friendship into true love, He is the most interesting man in the world. Hour, Birthday and Anniversary turn Happy because of him, He put the Nob in Nob House, Celebrations remain silent until he calls out, He is the most interesting man in the world. Tom Landry calls him for play advice, His mama was proud to let her baby grow up to be a cowboy, He put the ball in foot and basket, He is the most interesting man in the world. Women mistake him for Tom Hanks, Timothy Hutton and Michael Keaton, German Shepard hounds include him in their pack, He is the official tester for Coors breweries. John Arthur Fay is the most interesting man in the world. Stay thirsty for life my friends! Survived by his only love wife Renee, mother Gloria, sister Mel and husband Jim Baca their children Christopher Baca and Samantha Baca, sister Martha and husband Walter Moneypenny their children Mary Moneypenny and Adam Moneypenny, Father-in-law George (Carol) Ribardiere, Mother-in-law Patricia Ribardiere, Brother-in-law George A. (Diana) Ribardiere, Sister-in-law Denise Ribardiere Long and her children, Joshua, Joseph (Karissa), and Jason Long. As well as his dear cousins and many friends. Preceded in heaven by his father, Richard E. Fay, esquire and his beloved furry faces Maddison, Emmitt, Troy and Edgar. A Catholic mass in John's honor will be held Saturday, September 19th 12:00pm, noon, at Brophy Chapel, 4701 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012 and A celebration of John's life will be held Saturday, October 10th, 12:00pm, noon at Elks Lodge 2101 N. San Francisco Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 In lieu of flowers please support John's favorite charity St. Joseph's Indian School PO Box 326 Chamberlain, SD 57326 800-341-2235 www.stjo.org

Published in The Arizona Republic from Sept. 4 to Sept. 5, 2015
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