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Anne Faye

Anne Faye (Fedusiak)

Saturday, November 8th, 1919 - Monday, November 2nd, 2020
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With sadness the family of Anne Faye announces her passing at the age of 100 on November 2, 2020. Anne was born November 8, 1919 in Wheatstone, Saskatchewan to Nick and Dora (Bodurin) Fedusiak (6th of 11 children).

She married Carl Faye on February 1, 1941. They farmed in the Rural Municipality of Emerald while raising their three sons. In 1979 they retired and moved to Kelliher. Anne loved to knit, quilt, and cook. For a lady that couldn’t boil water when she got married, she soon learned and excelled in the skill. She was often in search of new recipes to try. Anne and Carl loved hosting social gatherings with family and friends. They routinely burnt the midnight oil playing in three-spot tournaments. They also enjoyed traveling to British Columbia and the United States to visit family.

In 2011, Anne and Carl celebrated 70 years of marriage, just months before Carl passed away. After Carl’s passing, Anne moved to residential care facilities in Yorkton, Norquay, and then her final residency at Theodore Health Centre.

Anne and Carl were blessed with three sons, ten grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. She will be missed by son Rudolph (Peggy) – Roderick (Amanda) & Nick; son Elmer (Ida) – Kevin (Sharon), Grant (Sheri) – Brayden (Brooke), Rishonna, Jaela, Dagan & Aysha, Sharolyn (Mark) – Nathan, Cierra & Derrik, Koralei (Andy) – AJ & Kyra, Charlene (Scott) – Kaden & Chey; son Larry (Dianne) – Laranne (Chris) – Tyler & Caitlyn, Susan (Mike), Joanne (Mike) – Brianne. Brother-in-law Eddie Faye and sister-in-laws Sherry Harris, Ann Osborne and Ella Faye and numerous nephews and nieces.

Anne was predeceased by her husband Carl, grandson Jonathon Faye, brothers - John, Alex, Nick, Wasyl, Mike, Freddie and Pete and sister Mary, and two sisters, Jenna & Pauline that died in infancy.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
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Metro Dlugan

Posted at 06:51pm

Sorry to hear of Ann's passing. We send our condolences and prayers to her family. I will always remember all the times back in the early fifties when as neighbours we would get together to play three-spot and later watch wrestling on TV almost every week. Ann & Carl were always such a gracious hosts.
Metro & Elizabeth Dlugan
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Ron Boychuk

Posted at 10:44am
Sorry to hear of Anne’s passing. I have many fond memories of Anne and Carl when they visited Walter and Josie Bernakevitch while I was living there
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Bob & June McGregor

Posted at 01:18pm
Sorry to hear about your Moms passing. She will leave behind many wonderful memories for her family, many friends & neighbours.
Bob & June McGregor
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