Faye Robison Durrant
-- 1928 ~ 2010 --
decided she was ready to return to her Heavenly Father on
Christmas Eve. Renal Failure won this fight, but don’t
tell her that. Her strong will to fight never failed her.
Wanda was born in North Ogden, Utah at
her grandmother's home on June 7, 1928. Her parents were
Blanche Toone Robison and James L. Robison. Wanda and John
Mayne Durrant were married April 21, 1945. They made their
home in American Fork Utah. On their 65th wedding anniversary
they were sealed in the Mt. Timpanogos Temple.
Wanda retired from the Utah State Developmental Center after
many years of devoted service.
Wanda was a gifted homemaker. She crocheted
beautiful afghans that will continue to keep her loved ones
warm. She was an extraordinarily colorful story teller,
a strong spirited woman who was passionate about life and
family. Wanda was a dedicated volunteer for the Festival
of Trees where she was known for her countless donations
of handmade afghans and floral arrangements
She is preceded in death by her favorite
baby brother, Lloyd Robison. Who has eagerly been awaiting
their heavenly reunion. Wanda is survived by her husband
John, and their children: Linda (George), John (Debbie),
and Bert (Sherrie), her lovingly spoiled grandchildren,
her precious great-grandchildren, and her beloved dog Roscoe.
The family would like to thank Intermountain
Health Care Hospice, Colleen and Wanda's special angel Raganne.
Funeral services for Wanda will be held Thursday, December
30, 2010 at 11:00 am in the American Fork 19th LDS Ward
Chapel, 1305 North 100 East, American Fork, Utah. Family
and friends may call at the church Thursday morning from
9:30 to 10:45 am prior to services. Interment, American
Fork City Cemetery. Funeral Directors - Warenski Funeral
Home of American Fork, Utah.