Welcome To Passed Faces

Today In History

On 2/26 in:
1966 - Andrew Brimmer becomes the first African American governor of the Federal Reserve Board when he is appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson
Welcome to the place where we celebrate the lives of loved ones. This is a location where you can create a permanent record that tells the story of someone you cared about who has passed on. This is one of the most important sites on the internet, dedicated to recording the story of ordinary lives. We believe:



  • All life is sacred. No one is unimportant.
  • All lives are worth remembering and celebrating
  • There are heroic elements in all lives.
  • Their story should be told and preserved forever.


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Our Selected Loved One

Ruffer Johnson at Passedfaces.com - Their Story

Ruffer Johnson

Born:Thu Oct 03, 1940
Russell County, AL

Death:Tue Jan 15, 2008
Tuscaloosa, AL

Favorite Saying

You can't buy love!



Wise Words

We black men seem the sole oasis of simple faith and reverence in a dusty desert of dollars and smartness.

W.E.B. Dubois