Richard Fawcett

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Richard Fawcett

March 29, 1933 - October 24, 2018

Richard Fawcett passed away at 85 from natural causes in Stuart, Florida.
Born in Galveston, Indiana, to Levi Thern Fawcett and Marvel Shaffer Fawcett.
Married Anna Jane Willson (died 1996) on April 2, 1960. Lived in the Kokomo, Indiana, through 1999. Married Mary Jo Hurstel (died 2004) in 1999 and moved to Naples, Florida, then moving to Stuart in 2016.
Served in the US Army from 1952-1954 and attended IUK. Employed for 42 years at Chrysler Corp in Kokomo. He was an active member of the community serving on the YMCA Board, Howard County Planning and Zoning Board, Kokomo Rotary Club and an Elder of First Presbyterian Church. He enjoyed playing golf, fishing trips, Cubs games, and loved being with friends. He was a very generous and loving man.
Survived by his two sons, David Fawcett and his two children Zachary Lee and Sierra Jane, and Kent Fawcett and wife Danelle and their three children Jordan Conner, Landon Cale and Josephine Jane. Also his step-daughter Christy Hurstel Gerhardt, husband Tim and son Christopher.
Survived by his siblings, Russell Fawcett, Betty Ann Grondalski, Mary Lou Harrell, and Sharon McConnell, husband Frank.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Cancer Society or St. Judes. The family will plan a service at a later date in Kokomo.
Published on October 26, 2018
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Peggy Hawk
Nov 12, 2018
So sorry to hear about Dick. He was such a kind man. Claude Shaffer was my grandpa, Aunt Marvels Sister. I believe he is rejoicing in Heaven with our family now praising Jesus.
Bobby at the deck
Nov 01, 2018
I already miss him dearly. He always made me laugh. I always looked forward to having a drink with him. Not many like that man.. Rest In Peace my friend
Sally
Oct 27, 2018
Dick was a dear friend and was always in a great mood and loved to enjoy life at its fullest. He will be deeply missed