OBITUARY

Tatiana "Tina" Fedec

June 18, 1930February 15, 2021

Wife of the late Dr. Stephen S Fedec, beloved mother of Deborah Erwin (John), Stephen G Fedec, D.O. (Teresa), Dr. Tamara Fedec Thornton (Andrew) and Anysia Fedec Grandmother of Elizabeth Erwin Jefferies (Harry), Jay, Stephen P, Stephen J and Jenna. Visitation 9am Thursday the 18th at 9am St. Mary’s Orthodox Church 1317 Florida Mango Rd Funeral service to follow at 10am. Int. private at St. Tikhon’s Monastery, S. Canaan Pa. In lieu of flowers the family prefers donations to St. Mary’s Orthodox Church 1370 Florida Mango Rd ,West Palm Beach , Fla 33406.

Tatiana Fedec graduated Valedictorian from her high school in Pittsburgh , Pa and earned a Pharmacy degree from Duquesne University School of Pharmacy in 1951 . She was born in Colver , Pa . She was married 46 years to her beloved husband , Stephen who predeceased her in 2001 . For more than 20 years she and her husband operated Fedec Pharmacy located in Philadelphia. Tatiana was involved in supporting the Osteopathic profession by being the president of the Philadelphia Axillary to the Pennsylvania State Osteopathic Association . Her faith was a big part of her life guiding her throughout life’s journey. She was a devoted mother , grandmother, godmother , aunt . She was treasured by many friends by her laughter , generosity and kind heart . People who loved her and knew her remember her favorite color of green . The “ Lady in Green “ will always have a place in her family and friends hearts . She has touched many people bringing sunshine into their lives

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 18, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, February 18, 2021

Memories

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Caryn Tabby

March 2, 2021

Tina was past president 1987-1988 for the Auxillary to the Pennsylvania State Osteopathic Association. She worked tirelessly to coordinate volunteers yearly to help at the POMA convention and served as SAA Liaison helping numerous spouses of Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical School students through the journey providing guidance and support.
I remember her always with a big brimmed hat. She was a kind and vibrant woman. She will be missed.

Carol S

February 24, 2021

I met Tina more than 15 years ago on the beach in front of the hotel we were both staying at in Atlantic City, and our cherished friendship lasted as long. Once we got to know each other, we made a point to meet up on the weekends whenever I was down in AC. I enjoyed the time we spent together, sharing many stories and laughs, sometimes over Appletinis that Tina introduced to me and my sister. After Tina moved to West Palm, we continued to remain in touch via telephone, text and snail mail, and at her invitation, my sister and I visited her in November 2016. Tina was a wonderful, kind, generous soul and I admired her independence, perseverance and faith.

My most sincere condolences to Debbie, Steve, Tammy, and Anysia. Although we’ve never met, I feel I know you, as your Mom frequently spoke of you.
Peace Tina.

Peter Fedec

February 17, 2021

Debbie, Steve, Tammy, and Anysia,
Your Mother was a really unique individual. She was a wonderful Aunt to me, and I will always cherish many fun times, and adventures. May God comfort all of you during this sad time.
"Vichnaya Pamyat" Tatiana.

Nephew & Cousin Pete

Timothy Horsky

February 16, 2021

Debbie, Steve, Tammy and Anysia,
I am very sorry on the loss of your mom and will always have great memories of her, and your dad, from over the many years...especially the numerous visits in Ocean City when we were kids.
Memory Eternal!
Love,
Tim

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY