Faye Heimdal

Faye Heimdal (Roland)

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Martha Faye (Roland) Heimdal went to her Heavenly home to be with her parents, 7 siblings, and husband of 56 years on February 17, 2021. She was 80 years old.

She was born on March 3, 1940 to Henry Pratt and Mary Belle (King) Roland. She grew up and attended school in and around the Macon, Georgia area. She moved to Utah to be sealed for eternity to Stuart Pallow Heimdal who was attending Brigham Young University. Provo was her home from 1961 until she entered Harmony Hills Assisted Living in Lehi, Utah.

She loved serving in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints. Among her favorites was the Primary, Relief Society teacher, but most of all the Provo Utah Temple.

She was generous beyond her means most times. She loved others and served many. She loved her family and her grandchildren so much. Family gatherings were her favorite, and she enjoyed music as she gave her children the opportunity to play the piano. When we were together music was always a part of our gathering or visit. She thought of others many times above her own needs. Art was a big part of her life, as her husband made it his career. She traveled with him to sell paintings and take pictures for future paintings. She loved flowers and took classes in flower arranging. She also loved doing family history and being at the temple. She often attended the temple with her grandchildren and made a day of it with them.

Stuart and Faye welcomed 7 children, Lee (James) Tanner, Gille (Collin) Forbes, Quinn (Sharla) Heimdal, Julie (Darren) Wright, Stuart (Christina) Heimdal, Conan (Chrystine) Heimdal, Solveig Heimdal. 27 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren She was preceded in death by her parents and 7 siblings and one grandson.

She will be missed by many, always loved, and well thought of!
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  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 25th, 2021 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Thursday, February 25th, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Walker Sanderson Funeral Home
    646 East 800 North
    Orem, UT 84097
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Graveside Serices for Family Memebers

    Friday, February 26th, 2021 | 11:30am
    Friday, February 26th, 2021 11:30am
    East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery
    4800 North 650 East


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Tawny Winward

Posted at 12:43pm
Faye Heimdal
I met Faye in the early 80’s when she was working at the Orem Girl Scout office on the back side of the bank on State Street and about 2nd South. I was in high school and we would sometimes have meetings there. I remember her as being kind and knowing everything that was going on there. She was a great source of information. As I got older and married, I got to know her better and she was always helpful and kind to me. I would sometimes work for her at the Girl Scout office when she needed to be somewhere else. I remember many conversations about her family and mine and sharing encouragement with each other. When the office moved to 1600 North and State Street, I remember that she worked to make everyone feel welcome. I was a service unit director then and spent a lot of time there for meetings. Her smile was one of the things I always looked forward to. When Faye retired, I missed her greatly. We chatted a few times but fell out of touch. She was busy taking care of family and so was I. She taught me lessons over the years about laughing at yourself and working through hard things. She always had a sense of humor about the difficult things and helped me to see things in a positive light.

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