Colleen Ueland Fiandaca, born July 14, 1958 was promoted to glory after a fiercely fought battle with cancer surrounded by those she loved the most on November 15, 2019. She was preceded in death by her son, Craig Jr.; parents, Kermit and Ursula Ueland; sister, Barb; brothers, Jerry and Al Ueland. She is survived by her loving husband of 40 years, Craig Sr.; sons, Tim (Kelly), Jason (Robin), Dominic (Karlie); grandchildren who she loved and adored, Sunny (Dakota), Jayden, Landen, Harper, Nora, Lucia and Kaia; as well as brothers, Gordon Ueland, Tom (Karen) Ueland; many nieces, nephews; other relatives and friends. Colleen was a Navy Veteran and served over 26 years as a nurse for the VA. She will be missed by all who knew her for her deep love for others and her sarcastic wit. Private services were held. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Kylie's Hope at: https://www.givemn.org/organization/Kylies-Hope
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We are heart broken at the sad news of Colleen's passing. We know she is in the loving arms of Christ our Lord.
Please accept our deepest sympathy in your time of the loss of a loved one.
May the Lord be with you all.
Tim & Barb Grundhauser
Fiandaca family I'm sorry for your loss. Colleen has been in my life since we meet in kindergarten. Colleen has been my best friend since. She was always kind and caring from the beginning. Colleen will always be in my heart. Rest in Peace Colleen .
Colleen was six years old when I first met her. She was a ball of wild energy with a mischievous smile and actions to match. She liked to cuddle and had a creative imagination. Growing up the youngest of six children was not easy, it gave her a understanding of compassion and courage. Knowing when to "duck" was just as important as knowing when to help. She loved her family.
Those qualities love, compassion and courage flourished, thru her life as a daughter, a sibling, a wife, a mother and grandmother she spread love and was the consummate caregiver. The love and tender care she gave to others was returned to her. The Fiandaca family is her living legacy. God Bless you all.........
So sorry for your loss.