Visitation is begins at noon and the funeral is at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ballwin Baptist Church, 15101 Manchester Road. Fabian attended church there since 1971, according to her brother Ed Fabian.
According to Town and Country Police Captain Gary Hoelzer, Beverly Fabian, 62, of the 1500 block of Foxleigh crossed the center line of South Mason Road and struck a telephone pole.
Fabian was alone in the car at the time of the crash and investigators are trying to determine if a medical condition may have caused her to cross the center line and crash.
Her brother Ed Fabian tells Patch the family is still unsure of the exact cause of the crash.
"We're still kind of at a loss for that," Fabian said. "There were no skid marks, the people behind her said she was not driving erratically. They said she just drifted across the road and hit the pole. We're thinking she had heart attack or stroke, but we just don't know."
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