Dolores Campbell Faughnan

Born on July 9, 1938 in Grantsville, Maryland
Departed on January 3, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida

Melbourne Beach, FL – Dolores Faughnan passed away unexpectedly on January 3, 2022, in Melbourne, FL. She was born in Grantsville, MD on July 9, 1938, to John Barr Campbell, Sr. and Viola Ethel Butler Campbell. She graduated from Kenwood High School, Baltimore County, MD in 1956. Dolores married her husband George H Faughnan on December 30, 1967, in Dundalk, Baltimore, MD. After a honeymoon in the PA Poconos, she relocated to George’s residence in Orlando, FL. In October 1968, Dolores and George relocated to Melbourne, FL and in February 1970, they moved into their home in Melbourne Beach, FL.
Dolores loved the Lord and served the church in many capacities during her life: choir member, Sunday School teacher, ECW, member of the Alter Guild, member of Saint Margaret’s Guild, Lector, member of the Holy Trinity Health and Healing Prayer Ministry Team and licensed Eucharistic Minister and Eucharistic Visitor in the Diocese of Central Florida.
Dolores is survived by her husband of 54 years, George Faughnan; daughter Lisa (Jens) Stabler and grandchildren Martin and Jayden; and son George Michael (Julia) Faughnan and grandchild Alasdair; sisters Clarice Krammer and Mary Emala.
The funeral will be held on Saturday, January 22 at 2:00 PM at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in the main Sanctuary in Melbourne, FL. For those unable to attend in person, the funeral will be streamed live at
In lieu of flowers or food or just as an act of love, the Faughnan family is asking those who would like to share their fond memories or stories of Dolores to send an email, attached letter, or photos to [email protected]. They will be compiled into a book of remembrances for the family.
Donations can also be made in her memory to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church at the website address above or mailed to 1830 S. Babcock Street, Melbourne, Fl 32901.
The family thanks you for your kindness.

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Charles and Ruth Berninger from Sumter, South Carolina wrote on January 22, 2022:
We enjoyed our many trips together, especially, the 3 weeks we were in Scotland. George is my cousin and he and Dolores have always been very special to us. During our many visits to Florida, we traveled to the Everglades, Key West and shared a glass of wine while playing 4 Kings in a Corner. Dolores was not only a family member, but a caring friend. She will be missed! Ruth and Chuck
Todd & Vicki Schmitz from Clyde wrote on January 20, 2022:
Our heartfelt condolences to all of you. Wishing you all peace and comfort during the upcoming days. You will and have been in my prayers. Hugs to all of you. Todd & Vicki Schmitz
Tammy, Bach and Amanda McClure from Melbourne Beach wrote on January 20, 2022:
Delores was such a sweet friend and neighbor. We will miss seeing her smiling face and her wonderful cookies. We are praying for all of you.
Dee Dee Pannell from Melbourne wrote on January 19, 2022:
My condolences to her family. I remember Dolores from Beta Sigma Phi sorority. We were in the same chapter I would guess in the 70s. She was delightful and I'm glad I got to know her. She was a good cook and I still have her recipe for her sour cream coffee cake.
Kathi Vroman from Acworth wrote on January 13, 2022:
Lisa, Jens and family, please know how you have been on our hearts these past weeks. Here’s hoping the sweet memories you have of your mom will wrap you warmly on those days ahead whe. Your hearts are hurting. Much love, Kathi and Tim
Vicki Kemp from Indialantic wrote on January 13, 2022:
I was in Beta Sigma Phi with Dolores in the 70's. She always made me smile. Such a sweet person and such a hard worker.
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