Marjorie Faye was born in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Oct. 9, 1935, to James and Mary Hill-Tout. In high school, she excelled in business classes and was a class officer all four years.
While living in New York, she met her first husband Frank Sullivan. He accepted a job at Boeing, and they moved to Bellevue Washington. They had two daughters, Colleen and Kathy. Sadly, at age 29 she found herself a widow with two little girls to raise.
In 1966, she met Clarence Fuhs, fell in love, and married again. He loved Colleen and Kathy as his own. They moved to Forks, and that marriage blessed them with their son Chris. Clarence and Faye opened Olympic Sporting Goods in 1972 and worked together as a great team. She loved her years in Forks, making many lifelong friends. Clarence passed away in 1988, she sold the store and went to work at Quillayute Valley School District until her retirement.
Love found Faye once more, and she married George Oliver and moved back to Vancouver, BC. George passed away in 2015, and she moved to Sequim to be with her daughters.
Faye was lifted up into the arms of Jesus and her waiting loved ones on April 30, 2021. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Jocelyn, her three loving husbands, and her beloved son Chris Fuhs.
She is survived by her daughters Colleen (Steve) Weed, Kathy Abrahams, her brother Denny Hill-Tout, daughter in law Gina Fuhs, stepson Scott (Lorraine) Fuhs, and Georges children, her seven grandchildren Alissa (Jesse) Bruch, Kristin (Jake) Bower, Michael (Sadie) Abrahams, Stephanie (Tyson) Zimmel, Katie Fuhs, and Caleb and Gabrielle Fuhs. She also had 11 great-grandchildren.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.