Guest Book for John Joseph Faerber

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Patricia Roberts
Fri March 02, 2018
Faerber Family,  my condolences to you.  May you remember all of the wonderful and joyful memories Jack created for you throughout his lifetime. Special prayers during this difficult time with blessings to you all.   Jack was a co-worker for many years and influenced so many of us “ youngsters”.  RIP Jack.  Patricia Roberts

Posted by: Richard Koerber
Fri March 02, 2018
This is the passing of a truly great Christian man. His devotion to his wife and extended family was ledgenary. I had the privelage to work for and with Jack Farber at Buick Motor Division for 35 years off and on. At company meetings when he saw you accross a crowded room his bright smile and extended hand shake allways welcomed even the newest nember of the team. He remembered my wife, Betsy's name and always ask about our kids. This was a man who was never satisifyed with the status que, but always strived to get there team to do better. In  retirement he continued to use his time, talent and treasure to build Gods home in your town.  Carry on Jack. Your work here on earth will continue to stand as a testiment to who you were. God bless you and yours.

Posted by: Jane Cobb
Sat March 03, 2018
My love, prayers and deepest sympathy. Happy Memories of early Reynolds Plantation days.

Posted by: Laura Davies
Mon March 05, 2018


With deepest sympathy and Love The Davies family


Posted by: Roger and Sheila Meyer
Tue March 06, 2018
To JoAnn and all the Faerber family:

Please accept our heartfelt sympathy.  John, whom we knew for the past seven years since moving to the the Lake Country and being members of Christ Our King and Savior Church, was a most welcoming, friendly, and helpful acquaintance who quickly became our friend.  It was a pleasure working with him in Church ministries and the Knights of Columbus.  And we appreciated his help in giving the Safe Driving course each year.  The ever-present twinkle in his eyes, his welcoming smile and warm handshake made one always feel special in his presence.  His positive attitude was infectious and appreciated by all.  Please accept our prayers during this difficult time of sorrow and loss.  We are grateful that John did not have a lengthy terminal illness and hope that he was spared from suffering as he prepared to meet the Lord.  We celebrate the life of this dear, sweet, and righteous man, and know that having completed his journey, he now rests in the arms of the Lord with eternal peace as his well-deserved reward.  We shall cherish his memory for all time.