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Dennis Faulhaber

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Faulhaber, Dennis
1946 - 2017
Dennis R. Faulhaber, age 70, of Centerburg, passed away after a battle with brain cancer on Friday, July 14, 2017, surrounded by his family. He was born in Columbus on August 24, 1946, to Ada Louise and Harold Augustus who precede him. He is survived by Sandra Faulhaber (wife); Kimberly Leavitt (daughter), Orianna Hernandez (granddaughter) of MA; Karen Stone (daughter), Raven Stone Gross and Kora Stone (granddaughters) of Westerville; Leah Royise (step-daughter), Lillian and Kayson Royise (step-grandchildren) of Columbus; and Bob Arnold of Columbus, loyal childhood friend. Dennis was a member of the cub scouts in elementary school and later spent 27 years as a dedicated employee for Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) in Delaware as a heavy equipment mechanic. He volunteered as a fire fighter in Porter Township and donated his time to service the fire trucks. Dennis loved tinkering on his cars and would often help others with his mechanical expertise. He always had something dismantled, especially if it had a carburetor and he could usually be found in the barn cussing at various parts and tools. Anyone who knows Dennis will attest to his colorful language! The family will receive friends at HILL FUNERAL HOME, 220 S. State Street, Westerville, on Thursday, July 20 from 10-11:30 a.m. Interment will immediately follow at Blendon Central, Westerville. Remembrances can be shared at www.HillFuneral.com. Memorial donations may be made in memory of Dennis Faulhaber to the American Brain Tumor Association, 8550 W Bryn Mawr Ave., Suite 550, Chicago, IL 60631. Brain Tumor Symptoms, Treatment, Support, Research | American Brain Tumor Association.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on July 18, 2017
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