Alec Grant Fauber
May 01, 1996 – Oct. 03, 2021
Alec Grant Fauber, 25 years young, passed away on October 3, 2021 in his hometown of Richmond, VA. He is survived by his mom, Cindy, father, Bill, sister, Hannah, grandmother, Dottie Hancock Hall, and many other dear friends and relatives.
Alec loved so many, and was loved by so many more. He had such a generous heart and wanted everyone to be respected and happy. He was kind and considerate and kept his whole family laughing. He didn’t like drama and kept mostly low-key, but loved life. Alec loved nature, gardening, fishing (especially at the bay in Mathews, VA with Dave), listening to music, cooking, and talking to his girlfriend, Reeha, while making plans for his future. Those close to him know he would listen with interest and enthusiasm to all stories, never missing a hilarious interjection.
He was definitely the eternal optimist-finding the bright side through adversities. He will continue to stay with us all through memories and the laughs we shared. While we still have no answers as to what caused his passing and will only one day understand why we will stay strong in his honor as that’s what he always wanted. No drama, just do the best you can and stay positive!
At some time in the near future, we will come together to celebrate Alec with a memorial service. We will send notice on the date as right now we are going through a time where large gatherings would not be in the family’s best interest.
Contributions may be made in Alec’s name to Hope Church RVA (Click here to donate to Hope Church Rva), Clean Air Task Force (Click here to donate to Clean Air Task Force), Feeding America (Click here to donate to Feeding America), or to the charity of your choice.
My Sweet, Beautiful, Funny, Loving Grandchild whom I love so very much. Alec was so kind and caring. He loved making us laugh. I will miss my sweet boy so very much. Alec loved little children and had a fondness for the elderly. He would always give a helping hand to the elderly in the neighborhood, from mowing their lawn or needed help in any way. Alec was so kind, he could not stand to see someone’s feelings get hurt. I will miss my sweet boy so very much! I love you Alec!
Peace forever be with you my favorite nephew… he always loved telling me he was my only nephew. Love forever!!
Uncle Curt and Aunt Monica
Love you man, your friendship was a gift to all and your life will be cherished forever.
Alec made me laugh every single day. My favorite was all his impersonations, his attempt at rapping and the combination of the two was genius. But Alec kept it real and was always just his genuine, authentic, positive, funny, smart self. There are no words to express how absolutely heart broken I am and will always be. I miss you so much son and will love you forever.
Bill and Cindy lived EXACTLY five blocks away from Renee and I and our kids, an older sister and a younger brother at approximately the same age as Hannah and Alec, so I was privileged to witness these kids grow from the time they were still in Cindy’s belly. Alec was always a good&ornery young’un, with a healthy sense of humor and made those around him laugh with his quips. Good kid…good family…very sorry to see this young man pass so early in life. By the date of this post, you know that I’ll has since passed onto his great reward. As someone who loved Skeeter like a brother, let me say that Alec’s father never got over the passing of his only son…I don’t care what the autopsy ends up saying about his passing, Bill Fauber died of a broken heart, and I do rejoice in the thought of Bill and Alec back together again in God’s Eternal Kingdom
Prayers going out to Cindy and Hannah…Steve Morris
Thank you Steve- love you!