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Faye Levine (Sight)

Faye Levine (Sight)

Faye Levine Sight, 70, of Leawood, Kansas, died Saturday, October 10 2020. A private funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, October 11 at Rose Hill Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers; the family suggests that contributions go to The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah Pre-School Fund, 12320 Nall Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66209 913-663-4050 (to be directed to the pre-school/early years Programs)

She was born July 14, 1950 to the late Irving and Beatrice Levine, in Boston, Mass. She grew up in Fort Worth, Texas and was always a Texas girl at heart

Faye was a preschool teacher at The Temple, Congregation B'nai Jehudah, lovingly known as, Mrs. Faye, until she retired. She was passionate about making a difference in the lives of her students, and even continued her passion to teach by helping illiterate adults develop the skills to read, in her later years.

She was an active member of The Temple, Congregation B'nai Jehudah. She was an avid reader, movie goer, and TV show enthusiast. Faye also had a deep passion for animals, especially dogs. Most importantly, her selflessness with her love and passion for her family and friends was her greatest attribute. Faye was preceded in death by her parents.

She is survived by son: Brian Sight, Son and daughter-in-law: Zachary Sight and Ashley Sight, all of Kansas City; daughter and son-in-law: Sarah Compel and Sean Compel, Coconut Grove, FL and five grandchildren.

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10/11/20 05:54 PM #1    

Wade Clements

So sorry to hear of Fayes passing. She will be missed

10/11/20 06:15 PM #2    

Claudia Kay

Prayers for her family and friends


10/11/20 07:57 PM #3    

Susan Hunnicutt (Smith)

This news hurts my heart. What a funny, kind, precious person. May God bless her family during this time of loss and grief. Peace to you, Mrs. Faye.

10/12/20 12:36 PM #4    

Michael Hofstein

Faye was always kind and sometimes shy, always with a sense of 'Faye' humor.  These are impressions/memories going back to elementary school and Sunday School. Reminiscences of almost 7 decades of times past.

As my wife, Marian, mentioned earlier today upon my reflecting about Faye and other school friends who have passed over the past several years...             We spend our lives traveling, working, and generally moving through life, space, and time... rarely looking back until we age and someone precious passes away.

We send our condolences to Faye's family and friends.

10/13/20 01:13 PM #5    

Debbie Gafford (Devaney)

We lost Faye, another sweet dear friend we all grew up with.  It's heartbreaking.  Sending prayers and heartfelt condolences to her family, students, and friends.  

10/15/20 11:22 AM #6    

Dennis Baum

Greetings All. I hope you are well and doing as fine as possible in these very unususal and difficult times. The list of our departed classmates is long and continues to grow; but, such is life. I came across this photo of (l to r) Terry Sue Stern (maybe?), Diane Rosen, moi, and Faye Levine. It had been flying around my cluttered desk for sometime, and with Faye's passing, I decided to post it. In reflection, I have known Faye (not closely or very personally, probably because she attended a different synagogue than I did) for 67 years. That's a long time. I extend my condolences to her family and sincerely hope that she will rest in peace.


DEN Baum




10/21/20 01:40 PM #7    

Pamela Wolens (Neimand)

I was so saddened to hear of Faye's passing.  She was perhaps the first friend I had growing up.  She lived so close, and we were always either at her house or mine.  Faye was a beautiful girl, with a strong spirit, and full of love and support for her family and friends.  Although we lost touch over the many years and miles, we still had a forever bond.  I last saw her in 2005 when my mom passed away, and she surprised me at the funeral.  She was in Florida visiting her daughter and made the trip up from Miami to honor my mom's memory.  I know that she was a wonderful mother and grandmother, as she was so full of love.  My heart aches with her loss, and she will be missed so, by so many. 

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