Namazi, Faye S.

April 7, 1951 - August 24, 2014

Faye (Farzaneh) S. Namazi, 63, beloved wife, mother, daughter, and sister passed away on August 24, 2014 after a long and courageous battle with breast cancer. She was born on April 7, 1951 in Tehran, Iran. Faye arrived in the United States in 1971 to continue her graduate education at Long Island University, where she completed her studies with a Master of Science in Psychology and Applications of Computer Technology. She dedicated her life to family and friends all while thriving at AT&T for 33 years, retiring in December of 2013. Faye is survived by her husband of 35 years, Kevan H. Namazi, her two children Jonathan and Caroline Namazi, her mother Akram Saremi, and four sisters Shanaz, Pari, Pam, and Mavi, and numerous friends from across the country. She was an avid Texas Tech fan and enjoyed all sporting events, playing the piano, and was always able to brighten somebody’s day. Faye never met a stranger, and she will always be remembered for her strong, spirited, and vibrant personality.


Interment will be at 12 noon on Thursday, August 28, 2014 at Restland Memorial Park with a Celebration of Life to follow at the family’s home.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252
214) 306-6700

18 replies on “Namazi, Faye S.”

Patsy says:

My deepest sympathies to Kevan, Jonathan and Caroline! I worked with sweet Faye for many years. She brought joy to the team, always smiling. we had so much fun sharing ideas for our Halloween Cubes. We spent many days and long nights working on issues but we always had fun! She loved good life and good food! Adored her children, always spoke about Jonathan and Caroline and her family. I will miss her greatly! I love you Faye!

Manny Albalancy says:

It is with great sadness that I heard today of Faye leaving us too soon. I had the pleasure of working with this impressive woman for several years and learn to appreciate her very much a colleague and as a professional. She will be missed!!

To the family,
As the Hebrew condolence is translated freely by me: ‘May you know NO other sorrow’.
Stay strong.

Eran Eldar says:

I was deeply saddened by the news of Faye’s passing. I used to work closely with Faye and she was the heart of our team. Whether it was arranging parties, coordinating Hollowing decoration or any number of social activities, Faye was the one who brought our team together.
Her “Joie de vivre” will be carried with us for many years.

My heartfelt condolences to her family. She will be greatly missed.

chris wagner says:

i worked with faye in brecksville many years ago, i remember her as always being very friendly and having a wonderful sense of humor. even though i haven’t seen her for years she will be very much missed.

Joann Terry says:

Dear Dr. Namazi, Jonathan, and Caroline, We were very sorry to
read of your loss this morning.
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy.
What a lovely photo and obituary.
You’re in our thoughts.
Love, Joann and Cary Lee Terry

sheryl says:

There are some people that you remember by their smile. Faye was one of those people. She brought joy wherever she went.

John & Isobel Trick says:

We were so very saddened to hear of the untimely passing of Faye. We will miss her warm welcoming smile. Faye made time for everyone. Our sincere condolences to the family in their deep loss.
Isobel & John Trick

Janelle Weidenbenner says:

Our hearts go out to you in this time of sorrow. Hayley & I will always remember her smiling face at all the volleyball games!

Terri Callahan says:

I only knew Faye for a few years when she reported to me at AT&T, but I loved having her on our team. Faye always saw the good in everything and was always happy, smiling and sweet. We will all miss Faye!

Gordon & Leslie Roy says:

Faye was a wonderful friend and neighbor. She loved to visit with everyone she met outdoors. We chatted at times about several topics and she was always wanting the best for all those she met. She will be missed in this neighborhood. We
Will pray for all of her family. May she rest in peace.
Gordon & Leslie

Lynn Flynn says:

Kevan, Jonathan & Caroline – You have my deepest sympathy. I worked with Faye in Brecksville (AT&T). She was dear and special to me: always happy, kind, loving and fun. May the sympathy of those who care make the sorrow of your heart less difficult to bear. Lynn Flynn (Davis)

Donna Adams says:

To Faye:
God called you home to be one of Heaven’s Angels. He extended his arms and opened Heavens door. Your overwhelming voice of joy, I can still hear you call my name as your voice echoed on scheduled meetings. A woman of strength and faith during the battle. Soft tears I drop I will miss you Faye. Your heart so warm. I can’t send anymore cards or receive a letter from you for you are no longer here on this earth. But I can look up to see your place in heaven and your star in heavens sky and smile.
I thank you Lord for Faye’s impact in my life.
Gentle Savior in your glorious wonder, Well Done, To God be the Glory!

Susan/Larry Levick & Nathan Levick says:

We have such fond memories of Faye always at the many school functions where we spent time with her over the years. We hope your loving memories of her help you through this difficult time and offer our sincere condolences. Susan, Larry and Nathan

Bernie Charnas says:

I worked with Faye for many years in Brecksville. A warmer more loving person you will never meet. My sincere condolences to her entire family.

Scott A. Martin says:

I sat next to Faye for 4 years back at SBC-LD (wherever that was at). We laughed and complained together daily. Back then, every day at SBC was an “adventure” (an exercise in futility, more like it-she would be laughing at that right now!). We counted on each other to keep the other one “sane” (I went crazy first!). I lost track with Faye for 10 years but in the last 3 we reconnected and I am grateful to have had that time with her. I will miss you. Your partner-in-crime, Scotty.

Rueben Mupandasekwa says:

My heartfelt condolence to all friends and family, Faye will really be missed. Always warm, loving and welcoming.

Prakash Das says:

For few years that I knew Faye at AT&T, she was a caring friend and diligent co-worker – most folks that knew her would certainly miss her presence -may her soul rest in peace!

Louise Gorman says:

I worked with Faye in Brecksville. She wa such a delight to be with. My condolence to her family, sisters and Mom.

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