Elizabeth “Faye” Blashfield
May 30, 1967, to January 9, 2011
Our Creative Health Institute family remembers our dear friend Faye Blashfield with love. We feel so grateful for her amazing life, for her beautiful family and for the opportunity we have had to get to know all of them. Faye brought us so much love and joy and we are grateful for every moment we had the opportunity to spend with her. She is now gone from this world but close to our hearts and we believe God and all the angels in heaven are rejoicing in her company.
We would like to thank Faye’s family for a generous memorial gift to the center and to express our heartfelt condolences. Faye and all of her loved ones have a special place in our hearts and prayers.
3 thoughts on “Remembering Faye, Our Dear Friend”
We all love you Faye. You are missed by us, your friends and family. Thank you for showing us what true trust and faith in God looks like. You will always be with us. Your wonderful family is a blessing. See you little later.
Thank you to everyone at CHI.She loved being there and you did so much for her. Bobby you are an amazing person for caring about Faye the way you did. Faye was my best friend and I miss her so much but I do have so many wonderful memoroies and I know that she is now resting in a much better place. Again thank you to Bobby and the staff at CHI for taking such great care of my dear friend. God Bless you all
I love you, Faye, my dear sweet sister! You are the most courageous woman I have ever met, to have worked so hard towards your healing knowing that the sickness that had its hold on your body was fatal, and if it were to take you over completely, you would be with the Lord. You told me that either way, you win. Your sweet face and those doe eyes looked at me that day so sincerely and spoke those words that will forever reverberate in my mind and heart. It was such a complete honor to have served you in the way I was allowed to, not just as an intern at CHI during your stay, but as a sister in Christ. You are the greatest inspiration to me. The farm girl that loved life, who loved her family, who loved her horses, who loved that goofy little dog, who finally got victory over the greatest bondage that life offers us…the flesh. I do long to see you when we see Jesus face to face that glorious day when every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. I praise his holy name now and forever. My sweet Faye,
Your fellow servant,