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Shirley A. Faubion

Sept. 2, 1938-Feb. 11, 2020

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Shirley A. Faubion, 81, of Waynetown went home to her Lord on Tuesday evening, Feb. 11, 2020, after an extended illness.

Shirley was born Sept. 2, 1938, at Crawfordsville, the daughter of Marion “Mac” and Edith (nee Marlow) Dehne. She grew up on the family farm outside of Waynetown. She was a graduate of Waynetown High School and had two years training at an art school.

Shirley was a true entreprenuar and had owned a gift shop in Chicago called “Something Different” and built the restaurant “A Country Affair” outside of Waynetown and was a proud owner of a farm also. She was well known for her gardening, photography and her paintings, and she was always laughing. Shirley was a member of Waynetown Baptist Church.

She will be greatly missed by husband Hector Monroy, Waynetown; son Royal Mark Faubion and Kathryn Faubion, Waynetown; daughters, Laura Faubion, New Richmond, and Sarah (Jim) Hayes of Crawfordsville; brothers, Steve Dehne of Carmel and Dick Dehne of Waynetown; grandchildren, Graham Faubion, Andrew Thomas and Luke and James Hayes; and great-grandchildren, Lydia Faubion and Emery, Adalyn and Amelia Hayes.

She was preceded in death by brother Bradley Dehne; sister Wanda Utterback; and grandsons, Wesley Greene and Willie Hays.

Funeral services will be held at noon Saturday, Feb. 15 at Shoemaker Funeral Home, 202 Bratton Road, Waynetown, and officiated by Pastor Ron Raffignone. Burial will follow in Meharry Cemetery, Wingate. The family will receive visitors 4-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Online condolences may be left at www.shoemakerfuneralhome.com.

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