Faride Conway

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Faride Faver Chávez Diener Miller Conway was born Sept. 10, 1939 in Shafter, Texas to Delfina Rede Faver and Tiburcio "Bucho" Faver. She passed away at home on Dec. 6, 2012. Faride moved to Las Cruces with her widowed mother and it was here her mother married E. E. Chávez and joined the Chávez clan and where she welcomed two sisters into her life, Denise and Margo. Faride was a graduate of both Las Cruces High School and Fort Collins (Colo.) High School. She had moved to Colorado when she married Bill Diener. They had four children, Marla, Mardel, Mitchell and Mo. She is survived by her loving husband, Joseph R. Conway and her children: Marla Diener, Mardel Kalinowski, Mitchell Diener and Mo Diener. She is also survived by sisters Denise Chávez (Daniel Zolinsky) and Margo Chávez-Charles (John Reeder). Her parents, Delfina Rede Faver Chávez, Tiburcio Faver and E.E. Chávez, preceded her in death. She is survived by her Chávez and Faver cousins throughout the U.S. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Michael Petrie (Becci), Mary Spilski (Shad), Jarrad Kalinowski (Amy), Brandon Kalinowski (Alisha), Jason Kalinowski, Aaron Kalinowski and April Kalinowski. Great grandchildren include: Mickey McConnell, Nina Petrie, Alexandra Petrie, Ryan Petrie, Koden Kalinowski, Joshua Kalinowski, Abby Kalinowski, Eliah Kalinowski and Matthew Kalinowski, who was born two days before her passing. Faride's Conway family includes Joe's children: Joseph Conway, (Darlene), Daniela Conway, Christa Davis, Betina Parker and Annette Romero (Isadore). Grandchildren include Serina Kristjuhan, Paul Horwat, Daniel Horwat, Yolonda Davis, Lonnie Davis, Jr., Athena Tacoronte, Allyssa Tacoronte, Monika Tacoronte and Bobby Michelle Romero. Faride's family extends from far West Texas across the Southwest. Her legacy as the matriarch of a large, robust and vital family is a measure of the beauty and profundity of her life. Deeply loved by all who knew her, whether it be the Sensational Seven, high school classmates from Las Cruces High School, or fellow students from Holy Cross School here in Las Cruces, her life touched so many. Faride had a multifaceted and rich life and career as a policewoman, detective, owner of a security guard business, a bail bond business, was a licensed professional massage therapist and a talented bead artist, interior decorator and chef. She is legendary for her warmth, generosity and the open embrace of her heart and home. All who knew her respected her wit, honesty, grace and dignity. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations may be made to the Faride Faver Chávez Conway "F.F.C.C." Educational Fund, set up in her name at First New Mexico Bank in Las Cruces, 3000 East Lohman, Las Cruces, NM 88011. Account # 62445420. Attention: Susan Prewitt. (575) 556-3005. At Faride's request cremation has taken place. Entrusted to Baca's Funeral Chapel of Las Cruces, a celebration of her life will take place Saturday, Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. at Baca's Chapel of Prayer, 300 E. Boutz Road. (575) 527-2222. For online condolences log on to: www.bacasfuneralchapelslascruces.com.
Published in Las Cruces Sun-News from Dec. 13 to Dec. 14, 2012
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