Loyed Wayne "Curly" Faught was born in Hope Arkansas February 19, 1933 to Loyed Newman and Bedah Faught.
He went to his heavenly home September 12, 2022.
He was married to the love of his life Lorena for 52 years.
Loyed was a Navy veteran serving on the USS TELFAIR (APA-210) and was stationed in San Diego California where he met Lorena.
He was a master auto mechanic and was employed as a diesel mechanic with P.I.E. trucking company from the time he was discharged from the Navy through his retirement.
Loyed and his wife along with many of their friends were members of the American Motorcycle Association and enjoyed the many "Runs and Rallies" they attended on their Harley.
He loved fishing and camping and traveling with his family in his motorhome to visit family and friends all across the country.
He had a passion for gardening and was a bee keeper.
He loved country and especially Bluegrass Music attending festivals in many states.
Loyed was a founding member and was instrumental in the construction of Jojoba Hills S.K.P. Resort in Jojoba Hills California.
Loyed was preceded in death by his wife, parents, three sisters and one brother.
He is survived by two sons, Bruce Faught and wife Janet of Mena Arkansas, Arlon Faught and wife Tammi of Mena Arkansas, one daughter, Sheila Sorge and husband Tom of West Covina California, ten grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Along with two brothers, Dan Faught of Comanche Oklahoma, Allen Faught of Deer Park Texas, and two sisters, Tiney Holder and Flora Burns both of Mena Arkansas.
A celebration of life will be held at Jojoba Hills S.K.P Resort in Jojoba Hills California, October 8th
A celebration of life will also be held in Mena Arkansas at a date yet to be determined.