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Faye Marcia Case

October 14, 1952January 3, 2021

Faye Marcia Case was born on October 14, 1952 and passed away on January 3, 2021 and is under the care of San Leandro Funeral Home.

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Lynette Spence

February 4, 2021

We are also thinking of you today, Hamley, as we say goodbye to your little sister. Our sincerest condolences. Hold on to your precious memories.

Lynette Spence, Natalie and Denise Smith-Green

Lynette Spence

February 3, 2021

This is so sad coming so soon after Gordon’s passing. Faye’s mom, Aunt Florrie and her Aunt Enid were two of my mom’s best friends so I remember how excited they all were when this beautiful little girl came after three boys. The little girl grew into a warm, funny, elegant free spirit who embraced life with all its joys and challenges. I loved hearing about her forever interesting experiences. Deepest sympathy to you, Jaimie. Sail on to your next adventure, beautiful girl!

Lynette Spence...and sisters Natalie & Denise Smith-Green

Lorna Jessemy

February 3, 2021

I met Faye in primary school, St Anbrose Anglican School and then she came to live with her Aunt Enid in First Street Alberttown and our friendship grew....we played together...went for long walks to the "sea-wall" a popular Sunday afternoons spot for families. We were 8 & 9. Life was fun. Then Faye went away to join her mother in the UK....and we lost that connection....but I never forgot my childhood friend. I missed you then, now my heart ❤ mourns as I extend condolences to her daughter and the rest of her family.......may her beautiful soul rest in eternal peace. ⚘

Shannon Rose-Robinson

February 3, 2021

My family and I fondly remember the last time we had the pleasure of visiting, laughing and reminiscing with Faye. She travelled all the way to Bermuda to be a part of our wedding, which is a memory we will always cherish. Faye had a beautiful, creative spirit which she shared freely with everyone she met. She had the most incredible stories and would crack a joke every chance she got. This photo captures her wonderful smile - one we will miss but never forget. Rest well, dear cousin.
~ Shannon, Cynthia, Ingrid, Ted and Q

Megan Taflinger

February 3, 2021

Jaimie,

I never had the pleasure of meeting your beautiful mom. She sounds like a lovely woman and she raised a wonderful daughter. Her memory (and smile) will live on in you. Please accept my condolences.

-Megan

Marcel Case

February 2, 2021

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother and an aunt. The world has lost an incredible life.

Mary Martin

February 1, 2021

I love you Miss Faye like a sister we met in the early 80s. I had been introduced to faye who had attended (SYDENHAM GIRLS school) by school friend of hers verna Lawrence and from that day me and faye became best friends, myself and faye had a lot in common we were single mums bringing up our children (jaimie, celetia) alone so we lived our lives like we were sisters I remember faye she had a great sence of style she was so different to the other black women I knew which was a breath of fresh air she was classy, dignified, and wanted everything life offer and she wanted it all, the world was her oyster, faye had a love for photography anything she put hers hads on she was so talented,. I loved to go to fay's house I would be there nearly every week end as she use to attending college at the time I remember the smell of leather in her front room she had piles of it laying all over the place as she enjoyed making bags she was a amazing bag designer who should have been like Channel but in those days we were fighting for our liberty to be acknowledged in this country so sadly black life's did not matter so we had to continue to dream of what could have been faye decided to get a stall in Brixton market after college had finished and started selling her pouch leather bags which became a hit she was so persistant she knew how to hussal she would always encourage me with my designing and would always buy them from me she was my only customer at that time I love her she was a big part of my life growing up she taught me how to be a class act. I shall truly miss that outrageous squiky laugh your beautiful smile your kind face your advice and your wisdom. you were my inspiration, my sister, my everything but most of all My Friend. Miss Faye Case sleep gently in God's arms untill we meet again. I love you, Mary MartinX

Juliette Brown

February 1, 2021

Fay was one of the most intelligent and beautiful girls at our school. She was tall, elegant, stylish and fun. She was always popular because she was friendly, approachable but humble. I always admired her confidence which showed in the way she carried herself. I thought she was destined for Oxbridge as she was very intelligent. Condolences to All her family, friends and colleagues. R.I.P. Fay.

Cherri Robinson

January 31, 2021

So sad to hear of Faye’s passing. As always so direct, so spontaneous. Blessings to Jamie and the family. RIP my friend.
Love Cherri

F. Michelle Case-Ramalho

January 30, 2021

Remembering our times at our Dad’s home in Georgetown Guyana when, between us, he got a gray hair or two!!! We were ten years apart in age but that made no difference in what we found hilarious or interesting, or sad. I felt like I was a carbon copy of this very funny, smart and beautiful woman; my sister Faye Case. Faye was stylish and creative. She taught me how to make “long skirts” aka Maxis out of denim jeans and peasant tops out of old dresses. We were always tie dying something, anything, really. She loved art and leather crafting and I always admired her attention to detail and color infused creations. While living in London we reconnected. It was there that I was introduced to Jaimie, my beautiful niece. We spent lots of time together and enjoyed reminiscing about our times in Guyana. Just recently, we were laughing about the time we destroyed the kitchen while creating some other very colorful tie dyed fabrics... you guessed it. All the “big pots” full of varieties of dye. We also cooked. Poor dad!! The little part of the backyard had a spot where she planted vegetables. Talented and down to earth, strong and supportive. Always with a positive outlook. It was my honor to have known you big sister, and now you are reunited with our loved ones. Thanks for all you taught me. I love you❤️--