James Edward Fay M.D.

Chelsea, Al, Florida

1947 - 2018


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James Edward Fay, M.D.Chelsea, AL - James Edward Fay, M.D., was born January 20, 1947, in Norfolk, Virginia, and died March 13, 2018, in Chelsea, Alabama. After growing up in Union Springs, Alabama, he received his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and his medical degree from...

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I am so sorry to hear about Jim's passing. I just spoke to my mom on the phone and hearing about his passing brought me to tears. I am thankful for his life and the impact that both you and he have had on my life (and my mom). You and the entire family are in my prayers. We have lost a good doctor and a great person. I am truly sorry for your loss. If you need anything, my mom and I are here for you, even if that is just a shoulder to cry on or someone to sit and listen.

Dear Sandy,
I am so saddened to read of Jim's death. I know your pain is great. I pray that all of the good memories you have will comfort you in the days ahead.

With deepest sympathy,

Carol DeWeese

Your loss has left all of us deeply saddened. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

I was shocked this morning to read of Jim's passing!
I was a Cardio-Pulmonary Tech at Pensacola's Naval Hospital and worked very closely with Jim for a number of years. In fact, I was able to be involved with treating him when he actually came down with the measles and had some serious respiratory complications because of it. He was a great mentor and friend and, while I'm very saddened for his loss, I'm greatly encouraged to hear of his incredible faith in the LORD! This means I will be...

Sandy--Sid and I are saddened to read about Jim's passing. We hope he enjoyed many good hikes up in the mountains! We've missed you both here in the neighborhood! May God watch over you and strengthen your family in the days to come.

Brian and I were so sorry to hear of Jim's passing but rejoice in the knowledge that we will all be together again one day. He was such a special person-so humble and kind. We enjoyed the few years that you both were with us at Heights Baptist Church. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

I was saddened when I learned of Dr Faye's death. My thoughts and prayers go out to his Family. He was my Dr. and friend for thirty years. I have confidence he rests in the arms of Jesus. 1 Thess 4:13,14

Jim would come into ICU shaking his head and saying " Poor old Dr Fay. What's happened now " He was a brilliant ,caring clinician Always ready to teach and share good times and bad. He was loved and respected by all the nurses, which is not an easy accomplishment. He will be missed as a truly good person and a truly good friend. My deepest condolences.

I am so very sorry when I heard about Jim's passing. I will pray for Sandy and Jimmy. So very shocked! We love you all and pray God watches over you all during this tough time!