Faye Lampkin was a Colonial citizen who was married to civil litigation lawyer Romo Lampkin. They had two daughters, Jennifer and Kate.
Romo describes her during his interview with Caprica-Six:
- I loved a woman - beautiful, beautiful woman - but so serious. This frowning face trapped in the middle of a daisy. She had a way of walkin' ... processional, as if she were on her way to her execution. We had 10 years. Then it fell apart under its own weight. [...] I thought if I could get over her, I could get over anything. That I could endure, be a man, stand up to any and all kind of punishment. I clung one empty, spinning bed for months, and that, that is when I finally realized that how much I loved her. If I needed all that strength, what was the point? I needed to be with her.
Despite his claim that the marriage fell apart, it is unknown whether or not Lampkin divorced or separated from her prior to his becoming a widower. It is notable that he never refers to her as his ex-wife. Faye, Jennifer and Kate all died on Gemenon in the Cylon attack (Sine Qua Non).