Faye Ann Kolka

Birth: September 7th, 1950
Death: January 7th, 2017
Age: 66 years
Residence:Bay City, Michigan

Kolka, Faye Ann

Bay City, Michigan


On Saturday Faye went peacefully to be with her Lord and savior after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Bay City on September 7, 1950 to the late Gerald & Irene (Fick) Shute.

She leaves behind her children Amy & David Manthey, Joshua & Carla Kolka and Jacob & Stacy Kolka; three grand children Trinity, Dawson and Kaylee; also, one brother Rodney & Karen Shute and nephews Larry Shute and Jerry & Vickie Shute, great nephews Keifer, Chance, Austin and Jordan and great nieces Brittany and Jessie.

Faye will be remembered as a strong, independent woman, whose shining accomplishment she said, was raising three fine, respectable children. She loved spending time in her garden and was proud of her beautiful creations. In her later years, she worked at Huron Woods Nursing Center , Kawkawlin in the activities department, where she made some wonderful friends whom she loved dearly.

A Celebration of her Life will be held Wednesday January 11, 2017 at 7 pm from the Rivertown Funeral Chapel. Family will be present at the funeral chapel to receive family and friends from 2 to 7 pm Wednesday.

Please contact the Funeral Services Provider if you wish to report any errors in this notification, or if you would like any additional information.


“I know how ya feel hunny.and I feel for your ❤ God bless”

Dena Aikens

“Faye, I will always remember the wonderful times that we shared. all of the Sunny summer days that we skipped work and spent on a beach or some other fun place. I thank you for all of the smiles you gave me and all of the memories that I hold so very dear. The lord has a new angel and I am sure he has a special place just for you. So, Until we meet again, Shine on! ”

Bob Ancel

“I'm sorry that I won't be able to be at the service. I'm down in Fl. I didn't know she was still dealing with the cancer in May when I got to see all of U at mom's funeral. What a strong woman fighting a terrible disease. So many great memories from our childhood getting to spend time at her parents on Boy Scout Rd & our house in Clio. We got to spend time at Grandma & grandpa Wordons & in Crystal. I will always cherish all my memories dear cousin . May U Rest In Peace now & out of pain . Yes your children are the happiest of your times raising them & seeing the joy . We get older & keep saying how we need to get together , well I waited to long .”

Janice Weiss Hanner

“Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. It's never easy to lose someone but she is at peace and not in pain anymore. God rest her soul and bless all of you”

Pat-Patty Ford

“Our hearts are heavy with sadness in the loss of your precious loving Mother. She will remain in your memory and hearts forever. Be thankful she was chosen to be in your lives. ”

Cathy & Mark Jacques

“Sending my deepest sympathy to the family for the loss of my cousin Fay Ann. I did not know she was ill. Even though I cannot be there for the Celebration of Life, I send love and hope. ”

John Fick


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