- July 24, 1948 - July 22, 2012
- Fairfax, Virginia
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Memories & Candles
I was so sorry to learn of Dr. Fasano's passing. He was truly one-of-a-kind and even though I haven't seen him in years, I think of him often.
I only worked for him for a short time after graduating from PA school at GWU, but his caring and humor, intelligence and amazing memory will always hold him dear to my heart.
I pray for his family and those close to him are well and making peace with his early departure from this world.
Cheryl Marshall, PA-C
Posted by: Cheryl Marshall - Phoenix, AZ - Friend Jan 23, 2013
I had to come back to express my shock and dismay at discovering that Dr Fasano is gone.
He was a wonderful person, I looked up to him as a doctor and friend. He was an integral part of our lives from 1987 on.
My family and I are very grateful to him, he saved us in so many ways
When he had to leave his practice "Main St Medical" he was missed by so many people. I once called his old cell
Posted by: Dorene - Fairfax, VA - friend Dec 16, 2012
Dr Fasano was our doctor for 22 years. I found him in 1987, then brought my husband and children to him.
As time went on we refered brothers and sister and inlaws to him
It broke my heart when he had to close his Main St Medical practice
He was the best doctor, person, friend.
No one can ever replace him.
He save my son Jason from having a broken hip by recognizing his condition before his hip broke.
I came on line to see if
Posted by: Dorene Ernst - Fairfax VA, VA - patient for 22 years Dec 15, 2012
You helped me through numerous concussions, car accidents, post traumatic stress disorder and countless broken bones. You were a great doctor and an even better friend. May you rest in peace.
Posted by: Scott Bershadsky - Gray, GA - Patient/Friend Dec 05, 2012
Dr. Fasano was our family doctor for decades, shortly after we moved to Fairfax, VA in the early 80's. He took care of us and saved my Mother's life, not once, but twice. Her name is Christine Scott, and she wrote about him in her book, "Vignettes of Small Glories." I cannot begin to tell of the times he was there for us. Dr. Fasano held my Mother's hand during an entire spinal tap procedure and always did his best
Posted by: Jeffrey Scott - Lewes, DE - patient and friend Oct 05, 2012
Dr. Fasano was one of the nicest physicians I have ever had the pleasure of dealing with. Several years ago he began my journey with me on what has been 12 years of back pain with 5 surgeries involved. He never questioned me and only sought out the best possible care for me. He took the time required to make someone feel at ease and I am sure his practice will miss him! Even though I am several states away
Posted by: Jennifer Peterman - Canton, GA - Patient / Friend Sep 19, 2012
I am saddened to hear of the death of Dr. Fasano. He was such a caring doctor and a great diagnostician. I always felt in the best of hands when I was in his care. He will be greatly missed by all of those who were his patients over the years. His devotion and dedication to his patients went above and beyond the call of duty. May you rest in peace, Dr. Fasano.
Posted by: gayle holmes - Fairfax, VA Sep 12, 2012
I am so sorry to hear of Dr. Fasano's passing. He saved my life when I had a seizure at age 5. I will always, always be grateful to him for that.
Posted by: Katherine Kellogg Heflin - Emmaus, PA Sep 12, 2012
I was so sorry to hear of Dr. Fasano's death. He was a special doctor to myself and my husband and also to my parents. My husband spent alot of difficult times before his death and Dr, Fasano was always available to him not matter how busy he was in his office. He also found the time to come to the funeral home for my father and husband, There are not many doctors that dedicated to his patients. He also had a very special and caring office staff. My sympathy to his family. Barbara Hull
Posted by: Barbara Hull - Fairfax, VA - former patient Sep 09, 2012
I am so sorry to learn of the death of Dr. Fasano. He was one of the most intelligent men it has been my pleasure to know. He was a gifted healer and a humble man, a rare combination for sure. He was very kind to all his patients annd willing to listen to them, I will sorely miss him. He had helped me with people who fell below the radar, people I cared for. I hope to see him again in eternity. Rev. Ann Dorman-Byrnes
Posted by: Ann E. Dorman-Byrnes - Manassas, VA - Friend and laborer Aug 22, 2012