We want to send our sincere sympathy to your family.
Rick and Margaret Facer ( cousin, from the Keith and Neva Facer family) Pocatello, Id
— Rick and Margaret Facer
So sorry to hear about Jay.
My sincere condolences to the family.
Please know that others are thinking of you.
At this time.
— Dennis Facer
So sorry to hear of Jay’s passing. Want you and your family to know that we are thinking of you. Your in our Prayers, Mike and I are serving a mission in the North Dakota Bismarck mission. We ‘er in Detroit Lakes Minnesota which Is part of the mission . We wish we could be there but I know Jay would Understand. We love you and wish you all the best.
Elder and Sister Bowen
— Mike and Lorraine Facer Bowen
Mike, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. My sincere condolences
— Bruce Hansen
I am grateful for my memories of Bishop/President Facer. He was always so kind and friendly and happy to see me when I came back to visit my parents’ ward. He helped many scouts get their Personal Finance merit badge, including me after several tries! May God be with you and your loved ones through this time of mortal graduation. Sending love from New Zealand, Ryan Thomsen
— Ryan Thomsen
A message to Kim and the Facer family–
My condolences for the passing of your father. My memory of your father Kim was one of kindness, encouragement and support. As youngsters watching and paying attention to things like father and son dynamics, I was always so impressed by how he interacted and supported his sons. As your teammate Kim, there were so many times following games, when he would approach me personally with a word of encouragement and support (good days on the field or bad). Those moments were truly meaningful at the time and even more so now.
God bless and so sorry for your loss,
— Brett Jensen
What a great man and example to everyone who knew him. The ninth ward family will be forever speaking of his unwavering example of love, firmness, in serving others and doing right in every aspect of his life. Your closing words in the obituary have touched me deeply and I have begun to share the message with our far flung family.
— Gary Robbins
We were saddened to hear of Jay’s passing. We truly loved you guys. We haven’t seen as much of you since the stake was divided but you were always so friendly to us. We will be out of town this week but you are in our prayers.
Best wishes to you and your family.
Lynn & Diane Bringhurst
— Lynn & Diane Bringhurst
I worked for Jay at The Lockhart Company in the 1970s, my first accounting job. Jay taught me solid values of honesty, hard work, the importance of accuracy, etc. before I went to work at Zions Utah Bancorporation and later Bonneville Int’l. and earned my accounting degree. He was a good man, one of my idols.
— Doug White
I am sad to hear of Jay’s passing. The legacy he leaves of his good works is impressive. Your sons were fortunate to have a fine role model for a life well lived. I wish you well dear cousin.
— Melony Winkelmann
My condolences to you and your family, Jay was truly a fine and gentle man. I am unable to attend the services, but my thoughts will be with you.
— jay facer
I go back to the days of Lockhart and Zions. I worked for the accounting firm that did the audits and tax work for his employer. Jay was a good accountant, but remembered by me as a great human being. Always friendly and accommodating. We shared knowledge of both our families and when I would see Jay again, he would ask how my kids were doing by remembering their names. One of the rare individuals that memories of association with him were not about our work, but about a “working friendship” , with a quality individual.
— Bob Davis
If I have the right person his son David and I worked together at Howells Paint & Wallcovering several years ago. I’m sending my sympathy and condolences.
— Arlin Kuhni
I am truly sorry to hear about the passing of Jay. He was a great man husband and father. I have fond memories of growing up with Kim,Mike,Gary and Dave in the 9th ward neighborhood.
As a teenager, and having sleep overs with the Facer boys. I remember folding newspapers at the crack of dawn and yawning excessively. Those however, are the work ethics that Jay taught his boys, and the influences and teachings I was able to utilize as well. Such a wonderful family.
My condolences to Barbra and all extended family. He will be truly missed.
— Shawn Whittaker
Barbara, We are sorry to hear of the death of Jay. We send our condolences and love at this time of sorrow. We, like you have been married for 57 years, so we know what your loss is.
We are feeling a great loss also at this time. Our daughter Lynnell, who was only 51, passed away rather suddenly on the 13th of Jan. She was diagnosed with cancer only a month before. This is a hard time for us, but we know the Gospel plan and take comfort in it. Hope all is well with your family. Love, Phil & Gail Anderson.