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“My deepest condolences to my friend Los chaka's you are one of my best patients I love you like family and we'll always remember you you are a...Read More »
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“To my friend and the Favaroth family,May God give you and your family the strength to endure each passing day. Mr. Gus better known as Pops was...Read More »
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“Granddaddy you will live in our hearts forever. We love and miss you. ”
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“A Cherished MomentPop's and me ”
6 of 34 | Posted by: Barry Vaughn - Family

“God said be ye prepared, he comes like a thief in the night. He was prepared, letting us know it will be alright. We are blessed with moments in...Read More »
7 of 34 | Posted by: Barry Vaughn - Missouri City, TX

“When I look in the mirror I see you daddy and I know you'll always be a part of me and in my heart forever. I love and miss you! Your Ba Ba ”
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12 of 34 | Posted by: Sylvia F Herrera - Daughter

“Keith John Paul HorcasitasCondolences, Prayers and Peace to Blessed Sylvia and Family ... What an honor and privilege to know him and y'all .......Read More »
13 of 34 | Posted by: Keith Horcasitas - Friend

“My Final Salute to Captain Unc Gus May you Rest in Power ”
14 of 34 | Posted by: Henry Favaroth - Family

“LIFE Has taught me when to laugh as well as when to cry BUT Life never told me that a day would come when ...Read More »
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19 of 34 | Posted by: Sylvia F Herrera - Daughter

“Dear Daddy, I know I've told you, but I want others to know. It is because of you I know what a real man, a real husband and a real daddy looks like....Read More »
20 of 34 | Posted by: Sylvia F Herrera - Daughter

“My most deepest condolence to the entire Favaroth family for our lost. Pops has been part of my life for 44 years, more then half my life and he was...Read More »
21 of 34 | Posted by: Manuel F Herrera Jr - New Orleans, LA

“My deepest condolences to the Favaroth Family and friends for the loss of August "Gus" Favaroth, better known to me as Pops. Well for as...Read More »
22 of 34 | Posted by: Carlos Herrera - Douglasville, GA

“My deepest condolences to my dear friend and sister Sylvia and the family of Mr August. He was a kind gentleman with the ability to make us smile. My...Read More »
23 of 34 | Posted by: Pamela Terry Bornes - Friend

“To Norris Favaroth and family: My prayers are with you and may God provide you with his strength. ”
24 of 34 | Posted by: Judy J McMorris - Coworker

“Our prayers for Sylvia and her family - May Father God give you strength and comfort at this time. Mr. August and Mrs. Edna always made me feel as...Read More »
25 of 34 | Posted by: DIANNE A HARRIS - Friend

“I’m so very sorry for your loss. May he rest in eternal peace. May your memories bring you comfort always. ”
26 of 34 | Posted by: REGINA FAVAROTE - Family

“I worked with Nathan this gentleman's son. My sincere condolences to Nathan and his family. R.I.P. ”
27 of 34 | Posted by: Michael Anderson

“My prayers and condolences to the family. May you find peace in the wonderful memories that he left behind. ❤ ”
28 of 34 | Posted by: Linda Domino-Allen - Family

“I have many wonderful memories of us throughout the years. I thank God for you, my brother. I will miss you. I am praying for you, my nieces, and...Read More »
29 of 34 | Posted by: Julius R. Favaroth - Brother

“We lift you all in prayer. Your hearts are full right now. Rejoice in the wonderful memories and the knowledge that Uncle August has entered the...Read More »
30 of 34 | Posted by: Cynthia Favaroth Gant - Family

“Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss of your Beloved Father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult...Read More »
31 of 34 | Posted by: Monica Blache/Wilson Family

“MY LOVE AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY. ”
32 of 34 | Posted by: Linda August DeGruy

“To the Favaroth Family may the Lord bless the family in this time of grief and peace be with you. ”
33 of 34 | Posted by: Dolores Toomer Smith - Friend

“Dear Brother Julius and Favaroth Family and Friends, as you mourn your loved one’s passing, be encouraged; for God loves you and is always with...Read More »
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August "Gus" Favaroth was born on October 12, 1929 at Charity Hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana to Gustave and Leontine (James) Favaroth. August was a proud Army veteran. He enlisted in February 1951 and served honorably in the Korean War. August married Edna Keelen, the love of his life and from their union produced two sons, August and Nathan, and two daughters, Alice and Sylvia.
August was an excellent provider and a man of many talents. At a young age he built his family's first home on Laussat Place in New Orleans' Ninth Ward. He later built multiple homes on that same parcel of land as his family expanded. While August was a skilled carpenter, he was also a fantastic cook. He was especially known for his beautiful holiday ham, which was meticulously decorated with juicy pineapple rings and maraschino cherries. It was always a special treat when August made breakfast; his delicious lost bread was a family favorite.
August explored the sport of boxing in his early years. He was an avid music lover whose collection spanned decades. August enjoyed gospel, vintage rock and roll, R & B, blues, and country music. A few of his favorite artists were BB King, Ray Charles, Bobbie Blue Bland, and Charlie Pride. Never quick to anger, August was a quiet, wise man with a potent presence. He enjoyed going to Greenwalt Adult Day Care Center, watching westerns and keeping up with world events by watching the news daily. August was a man of integrity whom held the respect of his family, social circles and the community in which he lived for many years. After many dedicated years of service, he retired from Dominos Sugar Refinery.
August was preceded in death by his wife, Edna, his father, Gustave, his mother, Leontine, his brother, Henry, Sr. and his sisters, Louise Favaroth Clark Chambers and Frances Favaroth Dumas. He is survived by his brothers Julius and Charles Favaroth, his four children; son August E, Sr. (Virginia); son Nathan; daughter Alice Williams (Barry Vaughn); daughter, Sylvia (Randy F. Herrera); grandchildren, Nathan Favaroth, Jr., August E Favaroth Jr, Shawanda M. Williams, Norris Favaroth, Valerie Favaroth McGee, Shalonda Williams Davis, Valencia Favaroth, Trinity Peterson, Kendra Herrera Scott, Falon Vaughn, Randy J. Herrera and 11 great-grandchildren, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Due to the Government Social Distancing Guidelines, the family prepares for a private service, however a public visitation will be held on Saturday October 17, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM at Bethel Lutheran Church, 4127 Franklin Avenue, New Orleans, followed by a private funeral service. Pastor Brian Dennison, of Berean International Christian Fellowship, will eulogize the service. MASKS are required to enter the church. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by D.W. Rhodes Funeral Home. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook, share memories and condolences to the family.

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