Obituary: Jessica Ann Faber and#8212; August 28, 1991-December 29, 2009 | SierraSun.com
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Obituary: Jessica Ann Faber and#8212; August 28, 1991-December 29, 2009

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Submitted to the SunJessica Ann Faber
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Jessica Ann Faber, 18, was tragically taken from us on Tuesday, December 29, 2009.

Jessica was born on August 28, 1991, in Truckee, CA. She was an avid artist, had a passion for movies and music, loved the performing arts and performed in many local shows in the Reno/Tahoe/Truckee area. All who met her knew her generous spirit and contagious enthusiasm for life and loving her family and friends. Jessica was currently attending Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA, where she was studying photography. Jessica loved to travel and used the cameras lens to capture the world as she saw it with amazing light. She was employed at Starbucks Coffee Co. and they very quickly saw how talented she was and promoted her as the youngest shift manager in the history of the company.

Jessica is survived by her loving parents Mark and Cindy Faber and her sister Jeannette Faber, of Truckee, CA; her grandparents Susan Faber, of Phoenix, AZ, Ben Faber of Cedar Crest, CO, and Edith Mack of Reno, NV; Aunt Annette Faber and family, of Truckee, CA; Uncle Poul Faber and family, of Reno, NV; Aunt Cheri Larson and family of Malibu, CA; as well as many other extended family and friends.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday January 6, 2010 at 1 p.m. at Grace Church 1220 Robb Drive Reno, NV.

In lieu of flowers the family has set up a fund in Jessicaand#8217;s name at Wells Fargo Bank in Truckee, CA.


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