Faye Field

Faye E. Field

Sunday, October 28th, 1934 - Friday, May 29th, 2020
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Faye E. Field, longtime Maui resident, died on May 29, 2020 due to cancer. She was born in Honolulu in 1934, was educated in public schools there, later graduating from Punahou as a member of the Class of 1952. Faye attended Stanford University and then art school in Los Angeles, California. She married Chris Field in 1955, traveled widely and lived in Missoula, Montana for many years. She returned to the Islands in 1995, making her home on Maui. In 2002 she married Charles Treuhold. Both husbands have died.

Faye is survived by her sister, Valerie Hetherington of Kentfield, California and her children: Lissa Field (Appleton, Wisconsin), Dana Field (Salem, Oregon), Halden Field, wife Julia Gordon (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), Maile Field, husband Lars Crail (Oakton, Virginia and Cobb California); and grandchildren, Mae Ensley-Field, Mira Ensley Field, Chauncey Crail and Seth Crail.

Faye was an artist working in oils, acrylics and other media; a sculptor; a book illustrator, and “she was part fish” swimming in the ocean almost daily up to the age of 83. Nature and land conservation were important to her and she was a strong supporter of women in politics.

Per Faye’s wishes, a private service will be held at a later date.

Thanks to all Faye’s friends and neighbors for their love and help. Special thanks to her caregivers: Honey, Piilani, Karen, Felisita, Janet, Michelle, Mandy; and to the PBC staff; and to Islands Hospice; and to Dr. Fusato, Dr. Pollack and Dr. Kiaffas.
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Kathleen Laronga

Posted at 04:18pm
My dearest Faye,
These past few days you have been on my mind so very strongly. Now I know why. I will miss you dear woman; your smile, that twinkle laughter of yours and the many conversations we had when I worked at Polo Beach Club and was given the gift of your friendship. You are a beautiful soul, a dear woman whom I will forever keep close in my heart. Fly with the Angels Faye for you are now one of them. Kate

Sara L Dorn

Posted at 01:59pm
Faye was a wonderful cook...passed it on to her 4 children..I still remember her chicken tarragon (fresh tarragon from her Missoula garden)..talented artist too...she raised some pretty great individuals .... characters for sure!! Proud they’re in our family. ❤️..”Aunt” SARA Dorn

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