Remembering Faithann Saylor
Faithann Saylor was born to her late father William Stein Davis and Dorothy Martha Davis on November 16, 1954. She passed away peacefully on August 10, 2020 at 7:35 pm. Faithann left behind a loving husband David Saylor, two daughters Alicianne Villanueva, and Kimberlyann Friedrichs, two step-daughters Kandi Saylor-Lundeen and Paulette Wilder, and three son-in-laws Angel Villanueva, Casey Lundeen, and Scott Wilder. She also left a brother Timothy Davis. Afew nieces and nephews, and quite a few grandchildren. Faithann was a high school graduate from Frankford High in 73'. She also went to Pierce Jr. College for some credits.
One thing about Faithann is she always loved to be around family and friends. She also loved to walk. She also loved to go to church. She was involved in a lot of things at church like choir, the Awana Programs, nursery, and jr. church. She went to Crescentville Baptist church for about 20 years before going to Bensalem Baptist. She always talked about Bensalem Baptist Church and how they always helped everyone in need out. How they did all kinds of gatherings. Especially the preaching. She was baptized at an early age. She enjoyed bowling and shopping; they were her passion. She bowled two days a week. Friday was her favorite day. She made a lot of friends there, especially with Charlene and Larry Marinuk, she was really close with them. Now shopping clothes and shoes were her shopping addictions.
If it was on sale and in her size and she liked it she bought it. Faithann was a fighter, strong willed like her mother. So she was definitely a Davis. She wouldn't let anything stop her. She also loved to be out and about. She did not like to be inside sitting around the house unless she was visiting someone. She loved working with children. She worked with the school district for 25+ years. She also loved the different holidays, birthdays, Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc. She thought about everyone and would get everyone something if she could. She also loved to go to the flea markets.
The most important thing in Faithann's life was her family and friends. She would do anything in her power to be there. Faithann has been struggling with this devastating illness she still managed to care and focus on her family and friends. She was an amazing Mom, Grandmom, and Wife. And has taught me so much in life. Faithann may not physically be here, but she will live in our hearts forever.
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