Obituary of Jay W. Fee
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Jay Wellington Douglas Fee was born in August, 1952 in Nipawin, Saskatchewan to Cyrus and Lenore Fee of White Fox, SK. Jay grew up in White Fox, receiving his primary education there and in Nipawin. He also lived and worked in Saskatoon where he met Una Adams in 1980. They were married on May 23, 1981. Jay, Una and family moved back to White Fox in August, 1983.
Jay graduated from the College of Swedish Massage and Electrical Institute in Blackpool, England in September 1970 and was a member of the Massuers Association at both the Provincial and international levels as well as holding executive positions for 17 years. Throughout his career as a massage therapist, he had seen many changes. Jay was also a member of the Nipawin Elks Lodge for many years.
In his early years, Jay enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping. Jay was very proud to become a grandfather with the birth of his granddaughter, Krystinalyn in January, 2009 and followed by the birth of his grandson, Joshua in February, 2011. He loved his grandchildren very much and always enjoyed it when they came to visit.
Jay is survived by his children; Nathan (Anna) Fee of Nipawin, Sk, Greg (Joselyn) Fee of White Fox, SK, and Neal Fee of Prince Albert, Sk; his brother-in-law, Ron Lambert of Saskatoon; his grandchildren, Krystinalyn and Joshua Fee of Nipawin, Karly Youzwa and Jordan Hamilton of Nipawin; as well as numerous other relatives.
Jay was predeceased by his wife, Una; his parents, Cyrus and Lenore Fee; his sister-in-law, Winona Lambert; nephew, David Lambert; as well as numerous other relatives.