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Laura Fedorak

Laura Fedorak

Tuesday, September 12th, 1944 - Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020
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Laura Fedorak

She was loved by many! Hearts heavy with sadness, that the family of Laura Fedorak announces her passing on Wednesday June 3/2020, at the age of 75 years old . Mom was surrounded by her family at her home.

Laura was born on September 12/1944 to Margaret (Carmody) & Joe Stevens.
Laura was placed with Ewart and Hazel Wilson. At the age of 15 , the Wilson’s adopted her . Mom loved her dad and spoke of him often . Mom grew up in the central area of fort Frances. Mom had many childhood friends around the neighbourhood. She remained friends with many over the years. Mom did a paper route for many years as a young child on many cold nights along with her dog always. That dog was so well trained and faithful to mom.

Laura married Andy Fedorak on May 3, 1968. They would have been married for 52 years.

Mom worked at White’s Motel for 10 years, and at various Camps and Lodges. She also cleaned several homes and businesses. She loved picking blueberries during the summer and pine cones the rest of the year. She was a hard worker and excellent cleaner. She also did babysitting for family and neighbours.

Mom loved to spoil her family with baked goods, such as homemade apple pie, her famous lasagna, potato salad, heavenly hash, pierogis, tarts, bran muffins and cabbage rolls.

Her door was always open for friends and family. She was the heart and rock of our family. She will be forever loved and missed by so many. She touched so many lives. The coffee was always hot and fresh. The candy dish always full of mints. She never missed a birthday or an anniversary. The table always full of goodies. Mom enjoyed watching Billy Graham programs . Mom liked doing her crossword puzzles and liked watching Judge Judy. Mom also loved the casino . Mom always made you feel loved no matter what .

Laura was the kindest, most sincere down to earth, giving woman we’ve ever known. She gave more than she ever received. She appreciated the little things in life.

Mom suffered a long and courageous battle with stage 4 cancer right till the end. One very strong and brave woman, God be with her.

Without a doubt mom is living in a little log cabin on the edge of the lake, rocking in her chair on the front porch with Sooner, Trixie, and Tilly, entertaining her long lost family and friends with fresh coffee, home baked goods and lots of laughter.

Laura was predeceased by her husband Andy Fedorak, parents Margaret Carmody Stevens and Joe Stevens, Ewart and Hazel Wilson, sisters Velda Hynbida and Elaine Kiddle (White). Brothers Don Stevens, Lawrence Stevens and Harris Wilson.

Laura is survived by daughter Julie and son George (LeeAnne), and son Danny.

She also leaves to mourn her two special grandchildren Kristina and Cody Webb.

Also her fur-baby Tilly and grand dog Duke, Sister in law Marlene Wilson from Fort Frances , two sisters Ruth Blais of Belleville and Pearl Stevens of Atikokan, brother Richard Stevens of North Bay and several nieces and nephews and many friends . Childhood friend Harvey Katz . Special friends Linda Haney and Dan Boehmer and niece Cindy Mounk .

A celebration of life will be held for mom at the Fedorak home in Alberton at a later date.

Mom you are forever in our hearts ! We love you ! Rest In Peace. Arrangements entrusted to Northridge Funeral Home Ltd.
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Kris Webb

Posted at 07:55am
I've got on my Persian shirt she bought me on her last radiation run to tbay. I found some snapdragons in bloom and created a little memorial on the balcony. I miss her dearly. I miss calling her on my days off to see how shes doing. Sometimes I would barely talk and let her tell me all about her week until she was short of breath and had to let me go. I still think if I call her number shell answer magically. I sit and eat popcorn twists and watch garbage daytime television to feel close to her..she loved her Judge judy and different game shows. I was so lucky for almost 28 years to have her light in my life. Shes been there for me through it all...no matter what she was there. And now I feel lost without her as the crashing waves of life hit my shores. I'm selfish in that way I guess..wanting her voice to comfort me in hard times-Wanting her back with us in the flesh. It comforts me that you aren't suffering and in the pain you were. If ever there was a person deserving of going to heaven it's you. I hope it's as beautiful and amazing as you and I hope they give out day passes so you can come visit me from time to time. Your strength still carries through me; I'll never forget you.

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