Mayfair Smith Fields, aged 84 of Edmonton, born February 24, 1936, passed away March 18, 2020 to be with her daughter Rena Fields Dunn who preceded her in death.   

She died comfortably at home with her long term caregiver and loving family by her side.   She is survived by her husband of 66 years Floyd B. Fields, her son Floyd D. Fields, (Pamela).  Four grandchildren Christopher D Fields, Bree Ann Dunn, Jeremy Levi Dunn, Patrick Bee Fields. One great grandson Camden Luke Fields and one step great granddaughter Kaydence Noelle Morris.

May was also preceded in death by her mother and father Rena and Eugene Smith of Jackson, Kentucky and ten of eleven brothers and sisters.  She is survived by her sister Maggie Drake Beckwith.

A memorial service will be planned and announced after the current national health crisis has passed.

In lieu of flowers, please make an extra effort to support your friends and neighbors by buying locally and checking on the elderly to ensure they have what they need. 

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  1. Heaven is rejoicing  over her presence.  Our  prayers are with the whole family. 

  2. Aunt May was a very special person in my life. She loved her family so much. Her and Uncle Floyd had an amazing life together. She loved all of her family. ♥️ You will be missed by many people. You’re in Heaven now. No more suffering. 🙏😇

  3. Aunt May was such a giving, caring, wonderful person.  We will miss her so very much.  Memories of her laugh and her love for her Floyd and her family will help to sustain us.  I have shared the story Floyd and May’s lifetime romance as an example of what true love is – multiple times.  Their love sustained them through good times and bad, health and sickness, and everything else they faced.  We love you Aunt May, and we look forward to seeing you in heaven!

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