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Tamicia Cay McCann

Tamicia Cay McCann of St. Joseph, Minn., died Sunday, June 28, 2003, at her home after battling cancer. She was 45.

She was born Jan. 28, 1958, in Rifle to Betty Artaz and Marvin Stewart.

She attended school in Glenwood Springs, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Greeley. She graduated from Greeley West High School in 1976 and attended Aims Community College in Greeley and St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minn.

She met Mike McCann in 1977 and they were married Sept. 9, 1978, in Manannah, Minn., at the Church of Our Lady.

Mrs. McCann had a passion for making things grow. She was an artist, using gardening, cooking, writing and mothering as her mediums. She took time to really see and appreciate the everyday things.

She home-schooled her three daughters, using her artistic ability to teach her children about nature and the world around them, and she instilled the love of reading in each of them.

Mrs. McCann is survived by her husband, Mike McCann of St. Joseph; by daughters Aremy, Ellie and Evany McCann, all of St. Joseph; by her parents, Marvin and Betty Stewart of Eaton; by a sister and brother-in-law, Sabrina and Charlie Dellebovi of Brighton; by a niece, Christa Dellebovi of Brighton; by a nephew, C.J. Dellebovi of Brighton; and by many aunts, uncles and cousins.

A memorial services was held Wednesday, July 2, at the Church of Our Lady in Manannah.

Dingmans Eden Valley Funeral Home in Eden Valley, Minn., was in charge of arrangements.

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