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Faye Louise Joslin

Faye Louise Joslin passed away peacefully on Sunday morning, June 6, 2021 at her home with her loving family watching over her.

Louise was born in Athens, TN and daughter of the late Lester Culpepper and Mary Elizabeth Threlkeld Culpepper. She was also preceded in death by: her husband, Burl Joslin; and three brothers, Jimmy Culpepper, Tommy Junior Culpepper and Amos Culpepper; and four sisters, Billie Sue Smith, Kathryn Morgan, Helen Henson, and Alice Hall.

Louise was a hardworking child of God. She moved all around the country working in the restaurant industry with her husband Burl before settling in Fort Smith, Arkansas where they owned and operated Joslin Distributors. She was a talented person who sewed her own clothes, painted, sculpted, designed, and accomplished most anything she attempted. Most of all Louise was a caring person. When she knew there was a need she stepped up for others. Even though Louise didn’t have her own children, she tirelessly cared for her brothers’ children, sisters’ children, and friends as though they were her own. All who knew her will miss her. Now the Lord watches over dear Aunt Lou who can finally rest.

The family wishes to express their gratitude to Neeley and the staff of Homespun Hospice.

Louise is survived by: a special nephew, Douglas Hall; nieces, Roxanne Smith, Sonia Hall, Ramona Gowens, and Allison Gowens all of Calhoun, GA; and additional nieces and nephews of Adairsville, GA, Humboldt, TN, Michigan, and Florida.

Louise will be taken back to Fort Smith, AR to lie beside her beloved Burl. There will be a small graveside service there for this special lady.

You may leave the family online condolences at www.thomasfuneralhomecalhoun.com

Thomas Funeral Home has proudly been entrusted with the care of Faye Louise Joslin.




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She was a very special person to me! I loved doing odds and ends for her. She enjoyed taking care of her home. When it was 100 degrees outside, she'd be out mowing the lawn.

Rob Daul (FT Smith neighbor) Jun 8 2021 2:06 PM

Rev.Michael Farmer lit a candle for Faye Louise Joslin

Rev.Michael Farmer Jun 7 2021 2:02 PM