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Friday, May 24, 2024

Phyllis Crouse Richardson Faas, 77, of Norge

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Phyllis Crouse Richardson Faas, 77, of Norge, passed away on April 17, 2024, after a brave battle with cancer.

She was the daughter of Paul James Crouse and Elizabeth Arnold Davies. She attended Armstrong Elementary, Thorpe Middle, and Hampton High Schools in Hampton, Virginia.

Phyllis was an active member of Hickory Neck Episcopal Church in Norge where she joyfully worshipped by singing in the choir and playing her guitar for the praise band. Phyllis spent much of her life sharing her love of art and music with her beloved dear friends and family. In addition to her love of music, Phyllis was a talented self-taught artist who filled every canvas with vibrant colors.

Phyllis strongly valued family and community and was dedicated to spreading joy and laughter wherever she went. Phyllis spent many years as a single mom raising her two boys, John Paul and George David Richardson by working as a property manager. In 1987 Phyllis met and married Louis Donald Faas. The two were married for 35 years, ending in the passing of Don in 2022.

Throughout her life, Phyllis remained active with her family, her art, her music, her Church, and her community. Her art was featured in several Hickory Neck Festivals and Art Shows. Later in life, Phyllis earned her associate of Fine Arts degree from Thomas Nelson Community College. To deepen her relationship with the Holy Spirit, she participated in various religious educational, and community activities including Cursillo Weekends.

Phyllis is survived by her two children George David (Richardson) and John Paul (Richardson), her grandson John Caleb (Richardson), her two sisters, Connie (Broers) and Barbara (Vaughan), and many beloved friends from the church and the community to count.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 11, 2024, at Hickory Neck Church in Toano. Instead of flowers, donations can be made to the Hickory Neck Church.

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