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Celebrating the life of
Angus A. Faust
Passed away on April 03, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel
912-898-0900
  • A Memorial Service Will Be Held at a Later Date

Angus was my Godfather. He and Robbie were great friends to my family in Oxen Hill, many years ago. And my parents maintained that friendship after we moved away. Angus wore a lot of hats. He was a husband to Robbie, a father to his children, a grandfather, a reservist in the Navy, a federal employee, a religious man, a friend, and someone you could turn to for help. My memories of him are how he was someone on whom you could depend. When I was sick and recovering from surgery, Angus and I took a walk near my home. We talked about many things; our own mortality, finding meaning in life, plans we have and hope to achieve, and caring for our loved ones. Angus was a great man and he had a lot of wisdom and love to share with the world. He will be missed. He will always have a place in my heart. To Robbie, Tony, Greg and your extended families, my sincerest sympathies and condolences.

Justin Adams, Rockville, Maryland

Hi Robbie, we share your great loss. We loved stopping at your home and going to dinner together. We miss Angus already. Love Sal & Roe Trapani

sal & roe, jacksonville fl, fl

Robbie, precious memories, how they linger. The four of us have shared 35 years together, in churches, vacations, mountain top retreats, conferences, home groups, table fellowship. We will miss Angus, he was a gentle giant. Heaven's gain, our loss. Robbie, may the God of all comfort be with you and your family at this time.

Semmie and Bob, Alexandria, VA

we miss you Angus! I know we will see you again in our heavenly home. Al and Chyllene

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Robbie, our hearts are heavy . Our sincere prayers and condolences are extended to you and your family in this great loss. Angus was such a wonderful spirit. We miss you both and was looking forward to the two of you coming back this summer. Love and blessings!

Calvin and Margaret Melvin, Washington, DC

Angus and family are a lifetime friends. Our deepest condolences for Robbie, Tony, Greg and the Faust family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jerry Adams, Berea, KY

Angus A. Faust, age 81, passed away on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at  Candler Hospital. Born December 25, 1937 in Savannah, Georgia to the late Angus M. and Helen E. Faust. He was married for 60 years and is survived by his wife, Evelyn (Robbie) and two sons, Tony and Gregory (Joan), his brother, Manning (Georgiann), and his sister, Elizabeth (Bill) Mazurkiewicz. He is also survived by four grandchildren, Anthony, Sarah, Brandon and Amanda. One great­ granchild, Scarlett.

Angus was a Navy Reservist for eight years. He attended the First Baptist Church of the Islands, The Upper Room Fellowship in Oxon Hill, Maryland and active in the Full Gospel Men's Fellowship. He marched many times in the National March for Life in Washington, DC. His trip of a life time was to Israel where he visited most of the sites where Jesus walked, prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane and swam in the Dead Sea. He enjoyed spending time with his family and sailing on the Chesapeake Bay with his friends.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

 

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Candle tribute lit by Joan Faust — Virginia

Angus was my Godfather. He and Robbie were great friends to my family in Oxen Hill, many years ago. And my parents maintained that friendship after we moved away. Angus wore a lot of hats. He was a husband to Robbie, a father to his children, a grandfather, a reservist in the Navy, a federal employee, a religious man, a friend, and someone you could turn to for help. My memories of him are how he was someone on whom you could depend. When I was sick and recovering from surgery, Angus and I took a walk near my home. We talked about many things; our own mortality, finding meaning in life, plans we have and hope to achieve, and caring for our loved ones. Angus was a great man and he had a lot of wisdom and love to share with the world. He will be missed. He will always have a place in my heart. To Robbie, Tony, Greg and your extended families, my sincerest sympathies and condolences.

Justin Adams, Rockville, Maryland

Hi Robbie, we share your great loss. We loved stopping at your home and going to dinner together. We miss Angus already. Love Sal & Roe Trapani

sal & roe, jacksonville fl, fl

Robbie, precious memories, how they linger. The four of us have shared 35 years together, in churches, vacations, mountain top retreats, conferences, home groups, table fellowship. We will miss Angus, he was a gentle giant. Heaven's gain, our loss. Robbie, may the God of all comfort be with you and your family at this time.

Semmie and Bob, Alexandria, VA

we miss you Angus! I know we will see you again in our heavenly home. Al and Chyllene

, ,

Robbie, our hearts are heavy . Our sincere prayers and condolences are extended to you and your family in this great loss. Angus was such a wonderful spirit. We miss you both and was looking forward to the two of you coming back this summer. Love and blessings!

Calvin and Margaret Melvin, Washington, DC

Angus and family are a lifetime friends. Our deepest condolences for Robbie, Tony, Greg and the Faust family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jerry Adams, Berea, KY


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