Welcome To Passed Faces

Today In History

On 9/25 in:
1974 - Barbara Hancock becomes first African American woman named a White House Fellow
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.


So, help us build this site and join Passedfaces.com. Membership is free until November 10, 2008. After that time, our only fee ever will be a onetime charge of $29.99.

Our Selected Loved One

Lois Mae Wilson at Passedfaces.com - Their Story

Lois Mae Wilson

Born:Wed Mar 07, 1928
Cleveland, OH

Death:Mon Mar 09, 2009
Cleveland, OH



Wise Words

A little learning, indeed, may be a dangerous thing, but the want of learninig is a calamity to any people

Frederick Douglass