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Linda Louise Fausey

Linda Louise Fausey, 62, of Ogden, UT passed away on Tuesday May 12, 2020. She had been battling Diabetes and Severe Asthma for many years and most recently Kidney Disease. She passed peacefully in her sleep. Linda was born on February 19, 1958 and was a lifelong resident of Ogden, UT. She is survived by one brother, Donald L. Christensen, (OR), sister Donna L. Thomas (SLC, UT) and sister Laura C. Pont-Fritz (Ogden, UT).

She got her nickname of "Honey" because her niece Amber couldn't say Linda as a toddler. Linda was always calling Amber, Honey. "Hey, Honey", "Come here, Honey" "Don't cry, Honey" She said it so often, that Amber picked up on it and started calling Linda "Honey". Whenever anyone would refer to Linda by her name, Amber wouldn't know who they were talking about, so "Honey" stuck (its kinda sticky) and she's been "Honey" ever since (isn't that sweet?).  All her nieces and nephews have called her that since then.

Linda didn't have any children of her own, but she did have her dogs that she considered her babies. She had several dogs in the past: Blackie, Midge, HeyBoy, HeyGirl, Scrappy, Funny Face, just to name a few. They were all her "children".

She worked at the Internal Revenue Service in Ogden for seventeen years. She had a few loyal friends that stuck by her until the end, Francene and Vivian. (We are forever grateful to you for your loving friendship and support to her at her time in need).

Linda's wishes were to be cremated and have the ashes of her cremated dogs, HeyBoy and Midge combined with hers. She didn't want to have a service and we, as her family are respecting her wishes. She will be deeply missed.


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I would see her every day at work and say hi and talk to her! I loved to make her laugh or smile !

Denise Carver May 19 2020 12:00 AM

I did not know Linda very well but when I did interact with her at work she was always pleasant. She really knew her job well and I could count on her for the right answers :) It saddens me that she did not have long at retirement but at least she is no longer suffering with her many ailments. Prayers to her family.

Kathy Preston / Lead IRS May 18 2020 12:00 AM

Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in every thought and prayer. I will always cherish the beautiful memories of Linda, we worked together on the same team for years and she taught me many things. She is now at peace without pain and meeting with friends and family and dogs on the other side. May there be comfort in knowing that someone so special will never be forgotten.

Terrance May 18 2020 12:00 AM

I worked with Linda years ago at the IRS. She was truly an amazing person. She always took the time to talk to me and show me pictures of her kids. Whenfunny face was little I remember her bringing him to work to show me. She had the kindest heart, She will be missed.

Amy Briskey May 18 2020 12:00 AM

I have lots of memories about my aunt...she was one in a million!
She used to have home videos of me, my sister and our cousins...xmas time especially! She would record us singing xmas songs at her house like it was a play or something, lol! She even had recorded me watching America's funniest home videos and me laughing so loud at wat was going on. When I got older and I found out she was sick, I helped her out as much as possible...I'm gonna miss u honey! I love u forever!!!

Jenna Cox (niece) May 16 2020 12:00 AM

Growing up, Linda was my best friend. She was the oldest of five girls and I am the youngest. We would sing this silly song to each other. It didn't make sense to anyone but us. "Who'se your turtle dove? Who do you love?" I will her so much.

Laura Pont-Fritz May 15 2020 12:00 AM

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