EILEEN E. (SARFF) FEDOEileen Fedo, beloved wife and mother, died on Monday, Oct. 8, in Plymouth, Minn.
Eileen Fedo, beloved wife and mother, died on Monday, Oct. 8, in Plymouth, Minn.
Eileen was born Feb. 2, 1918 in Jamestown, N.D., to Marie and Melvin Sarff.
Eileen married Sam Fedo June 18, 1942 and they were married for 70 years. She was an active member of St. Benedict’s Catholic Church in Duluth for over 30 years before moving to Plymouth, Minn., in 2004. She was a member of many of the church groups and activities – especially remembered as “the Sunshine Lady”! She was a great mother who served as PTA President, Brownie and Girl Scout Leader and Cub Scout den mother.
Eileen was a past Mother of the Year of the Slovenian Women’s Union of America in Duluth. She volunteered at St. Mary’s Hospital for over 25 years, delivering flowers to patients. Eileen raised her children with love, respect and dedication and received it in return. She was the best mother any child could have and will be very much missed by her family.
Eileen and Sam loved to travel and visited Italy and Caribbean countries and many of the United States.
Preceded in death by parents; husband Sam; son Rodney; sisters Marabelle Sarff, Marjorie Johnsonl and brother Harold Sarff.
Survived by brothers Jerry and Blaine Sarff; and sister Iris Kuberra; son Gary (Jill); daughters Kay (Gary) Rasmusson and Susan (Todd) Rosvold; grandchildren Sam (Nicole) Fedo, Lee (Amanda) Rosvold, Brett Rosvold, and Alaina Rosvold.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 12 in St. Benedict’s Catholic Church, Duluth. Viewing one hour prior to Mass. Memorials to Essencia Health – St. Mary’s Medical Foundation, Duluth. Arrangements by Sunrise Funeral Home.
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