D.-FASSO-Obituary

D. EILEEN FASSO

Mount Vernon, Washington

1928 - 2011

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D. Eileen Fasso, of Burlington, WA, and a resident of rural Pearce-Sunsites, AZ, was united in heaven with her son Daniel after passing peacefully at age 82, March 12, 2011 in Tucson, AZ.She was born in Seattle, WA on October 17, 1928 to Harry B. and Florence M. (Jackson) Cunningham.Eileen spent...

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All of us in the Maupin family were so sorry to hear of Eileen's passing. I remember her as a very strong,positive and giving woman, who was a friend to all of us. Her beautiful smile is not to be forgotten, as well. My God comfort all of you now, in this sad time of loss. Mary (Maupin) Runge

I will always feel privileged to have known Eileen and to have had her for a friend during my "Alger Years" in the 70's and 80's. She was a very remarkable woman who impacted her community in a big and always positive way. My deepest sympathy to the family.

John, So Sorry for your Loss! Rusty Hodgin

I am sorry Dom for the loss of your mother..always Jeri Hubbard

Eileen was one of the more incredible people I have ever known. She always treated us, my brothers and sister, kindly and with dignity, even though we were probably instigating some kind of trouble.

granny you will be missed, we are at awe of the amazing things you have accomplished throughout your life! we feel you will always be us.

Eileen was a most beautiful woman and friend. I can see her being a most incredible angel where ever she is now. Thanks for being in our lives.

Eileen had many delightful, friendly and happy ways about her. She was one who faithfully came over to our home after my dad passed away to make sure mom was ok for a couple weeks with another lady as part of the Alger Fire dept. She was such a blessing to my mom and our family.
With thots for her family during this time of loss. With Thots for John specially.

Feels good that the Alger Gang is gathering...Daniel, Bud and Ronella and now Eileen. Her light and energy will be sorely missed by many friends and loved ones here in Arizona.