Faye A. Smith

December 15, 1947 - November 6, 2019

Faye A. Smith, 71 of Black River Falls passed away on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at Gundersen Tri-County Hospital. She struggled through a recent diagnosis of recurrent cancer and succumbed to complications related to her cancer. She left this world knowing she was loved and will be remembered.
Faye was born to Victor and Marjorie (Bloch) Sieg on December 15, 1947 in Augusta, Wisconsin. She is the second born of four children. She grew up in Augusta, Wisconsin before moving to Oak Creek and then Milwaukee area. Eventually she moved to Black River Falls to be closer to family. She loved to fish, listen to country music, and dance. She spent her senior years helping at the Extension Office in Black River Falls and doing crossword puzzles. She loved to give small gifts of things she thought people wanted or could use. She loved to cook her famous Meatballs or Homemade Mac n Cheese. She loved her family and friends unconditionally and always wanted to help anyone she could, so she knew they were happy. She was a loving and caring mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. At the end she shared many memories of her life and things she enjoyed doing. We shared many memories with her of our own and hope that all those who miss her can reflect on memories they have of her as well. May she rest in peace.
Faye is survived by three brothers: Jimmy Sieg, Rodney Sieg, and David Sieg; three daughters: Dawn Mashak, Tracy Pooler, and Crystal Goetz; fifteen grandchildren: Roberto, Todd, Teresa, Bonny, Kristy, Raymond, Jerimiah, Timothy, Simeon, Felicity, Connor, Scarlet, Ronan, Zoey, and River; and nine great-grandchildren.
Faye was preceded in death by her mother Marjorie Lucas, her father Victor Sieg, and her step-father Lenard Lucas.
A private memorial will be held for Faye at a later date.

  1. You will be missed by many family and friends. Fly free as your time on earth has ended. Fly free with no regrets. Fly free as your pain is gone. Fly free knowing how much love and memories you are leaving behind.

    - Cindy

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