Faye Carol Willis Revis

faye revis

December 16, 1953 ~ July 21, 2018

Resided in: Asheville, North Carolina

Faye Carol Willis Revis, 64, of Asheville, died on Saturday, July 21, 2018. A native of Buncombe Co., Faye was a daughter of the late Robert Alton Willis and Dorothy Ann Brookshire Kress and was also preceded in death by a sister, Susan L. Lindsey. She is survived by her daughter, Julie Renée Revis Thompson and husband Anthony; son, Nathan Timothy Revis; grandchildren, Haley Marée Thompson and Aubrey Loren Thompson; sisters, Tracy Willis and Sherrill Matthews and husband Larry; and brothers, Bobby Willis and wife Donna and Danny Willis and wife Barbara. The memorial service for Mrs. Revis will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 28, at Woodland Terrace Baptist Church with Rev. Mark Penland officiating. Her family will receive friends at the church for one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, her family asks that memorial donations be made to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, P.O. Box 8195, Asheville, NC 28814. Groce Funeral Home on Patton Ave. is assisting the family.

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  1. I want to thank God for the precious blessing of knowing such a precious friend as Faye Revis! Her personality and kindness was just a blessing to me! She will be greatly missed! Heaven just got another precious Angel! I hope to see you soon Miss Faye!!
    Shirley Jenkins

  2. My condolences to Faye’s family. Try to keep in mind the many warm and
    precious memories you have of her. They will provide the comfort needed
    during this time of sorrow. Prayer to God for comfort will also help you
    to cope with the passing of this dear woman. Trust in God for the help
    Psalm 62:8

  3. So sorry for the loss of your dear mother. I know you loved her very much. She will be missed very much. We love you and if you need anything, please let us know.

  4. To the Revis Family, So saddened to learn of your Mothers passing. Having grown up on Deaverview with your mom and sweet sister Susan, it is with fond memories to think of these lovely women. I had not seen Susan since we were little girls at Johnston until a couple of years before Susan passed. Never losing the sweet smiles and shy charm the Willis girls were easy to recognize. What a joy to see them while sharing a few moments back in time.

    In the days ahead may God provide you comfort and fond memories of your dear Mother. She will be dearly missed but not forgotten.

    • I know it’s been 4 years, but I just wanted to let you know that your condolences made me smile. Thank you. Julie Thompson (Faye’s daughter)

  5. I miss you so much, Mom. You would be so proud of your granddaughters. It hurts so much that you don’t get to be here for all of their accomplishments, but I know you are watching over us all and you’re here in spirit. It hurts us all, but Aubrey really misses you. You were the only one that ever treated her equally and I know it hurts her so much because she doesn’t have that anymore. I wish you were here, especially for her. I love you and I look forward to seeing you again. ❤️

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