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Lillian Fabian

April 2, 2017

Fabian, Lillian M. (nee Radics)

It is with great sadness and heavy hearts we announce the passing of our Mom.  She passed away peacefully April 2nd after a long battle with cancer. She fought this battle with dignity and spirit. She is survived by her daughters, Lorna Casavant (Ray) and their children Tyler and Liam, and Tracey Johnson (Dan) and their children Ethan, Alyssa, Karina, and Noah; brother Les Radics (Margaret) nephews Randy, David and Blaine; sister Grace Konjolka and niece Beverly Ragsdale; and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband John Fabian, parents Elsie and Steve Radics, brother-in-law Ed Konjolka, nieces Myrna Radics, Donna Johnson and Colleen Konjolka. Mom was born in Port Mann, BC and moved to Leask with her family when she was 13. After high school, she worked in Prince Albert for a couple of years until she met dad (John Fabian). They were married in 1961 and she joined him on the farm at Leask. They had two daughters, Lorna was born in 1962 and Tracey in 1965. Mom and Dad enjoyed the farm, their garden, apple orchard, and fishing trips up north. They also made several trips to Hawaii. During the long winter months, they enjoyed watching cooking shows on their satellite dish, which resulted in many exotic meals. She was a wonderful cook (had a impressive cookbook collection) and her Hungarian heritage made for many poppy seed and cabbage roll making days. She canned everything, made jams, sausage and was an excellent baker. After Dad passed away in 1995, Mom moved into Saskatoon. She helped design her house and decorated it in her favourite shades of blue. Many trips to the greenhouses were made to create a beautiful yard. It was a peaceful haven full of birds and planters, and her deck was her favourite place to enjoy warm, sunny days. She looked forward to spending time at Waskesiu with the family in for many summers, family barbeques and get togethers. Painting birdhouses and enjoying various other crafts became a big part of what she enjoyed. She loved her computer and was always checking for emails from friends and family and she especially enjoyed poking her grandchildren on Facebook. Her printer was always printing off yet another picture she received. Mom was so proud of her family, especially her grandchildren, and lived for the get-togethers and holidays, especially Christmas. She loved to give gifts. She surrounded herself with pictures of her grandkids and loved ones. She loved going out to her favorite restaurants, especially if she could treat the family. We would like to extend a special thank you to the Palliative Nurses and the staff at Warm and Cozy for their kindness and care. As per her wishes, there will be a private interment at a later date. Arrangements in care of Mourning Glory Funeral Services (306) 978-5200 

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