Fae Maud Murney

January 13, 1943June 5, 2019

MURNEY, Fae Maud Unexpected, but peacefully at home on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at the age of 76. Much loved daughter of the late John and Mary Murney and Aunt Irene Murney. Dear friend of the late Ron Keast. She will be sadly missed by her “adopted” family Shawn, Erin, Cayden and Darren Yeatman. And Ron’s family; Fay Gemmiti & Don Jackson. Monty & Shari Keast, Courtney & Olivia. Bobby & Tanya Keast, Ashley, Brieana, Taya & Emy. After being a long-time employee of National Grocer, Fae gave her time freely to things that were important to her. A volunteer and a great fan of the Peterborough Lakers. Fae also enjoyed volunteering at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 52 regularly where she became very passionate about the organization. A Celebration of Fae’s life will be held at the Branch 52 Legion, 1550 Lansdowne Street West, on June 19th from 1 to 4p.m. Please forward any donations to Jump Start. Online condolences may be made at


  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, June 19, 2019


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Jackie Suitor

June 20, 2019

So sad to hear the news....Fae was a lovely and kind person ...she will be sadly missed and may she be at peace now.

Scott Robertson

June 18, 2019

Nobody could repair a torn lacrosse jersey or sew on a name bar like Fae! she worked tirelessly for our team. Her love for the Lakers was a two way street as the players and staff cared deeply for her as well! We will all miss her!
With condolences,
Scott and Sue Robertson

Darcy Wittek

June 17, 2019

Fae worked with my late husband Dieter at National Grocers many moons ago. She was a friend and a good support for both of us. I will miss her.

Patti Nolan

June 14, 2019

I have lots of happy memories of Fae. We worked together and shared many a laugh. Always enjoyed the Christmas dinner Fae cooked right in National Grocers staff room. Fae could cook up a storm. RIP Fae...until we meet again.

Eleanor Vesterfelt

June 14, 2019

Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with Fae's family at this time. We remember her at National Grocers where she worked and was such a friendly lady. Treasure all the memories and hold them close.
The Vesterfelt's

Carol and Bob Florence

June 12, 2019

Fae was small but 'mighty'. Though small, she had a huge heart, with passion to match. She will be missed, by many.

Erin Yeatman

June 12, 2019

Our love of baking brought us closer together and I will cherish those times with the 2 of us.
My family and I were lucky enough to have her across the street for 34 years.
Zoey (our family dog) is wondering where you are Fae.
Miss you terribly