Ranae Favors

May 30, 1976 - November 12, 2016

Visitation: Visitation with family present will be Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home.

Service: Memorial services will begin at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, November 16 at Bethany Reformed Church in Canton.

ranae-favors-crop          Ranae D. Favors, age 40, passed away Saturday, November 12, 2016 at Sanford Canton- Inwood Hospital following a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.  Memorial services will begin at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, November 16 at Bethany Reformed Church in Canton.  Visitation with family present will be Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home.

          Ranae was born on May 30, 1976 in Watertown, SD to David and Connie (Hanson) Steuck.  She attended school in Watertown, graduating in 1994.  She married Cyrus Johnson in 1994.  She married Kenya Favors in 2006.  She lived in Watertown, Sioux City and moved to Canton in 2010.

          She had worked at Countryside Convenience Store for the past 7 years.  Ranae enjoyed working out and attending exercise boot camps.  She was a busy mom and loved attending her children’s activities.

          Ranae is survived by her son, Skylar Johnson, Sioux City, IA; daughters, Jade Johnson, Sioux Falls, SD and Kiana Favors, Canton, SD; parents,  Connie and Eugene Lamp, Canton, SD; brother, Jason Lamp, Huron, SD; sisters, Kristie Hall (Wade Warntjes), Sioux Falls, SD, Tabatha Steuck (Bill Lammon), Aberdeen, SD, Glenna Lamp (Angelo Rodriguez), Huron, SD, and Donna (Josh) Strohfus, Canton, SD; grandparents, Lois Howey, Watertown, SD and Elaine Lamp, Canton, SD; granddaughters, Hunter and Janessa; along with numerous other relatives and friends.   She was preceded in death by her father, David Steuck.


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  1. Eileen Stephenson on November 13, 2016 said:

    May the family’s sorrow be lifted in knowing that Ranae’s courage and personality reached out to many people. She transitioned knowing that so many of us admired her and she knew how much her family loved her. In the end, nothing else matters. May your God be with you all at this time, and may the wonderful memories you have of Ranae inspire you and lesson your sorrow.

  2. Russ Boadwine on November 13, 2016 said:

    R I P RANAE when Jesus see’s who’s coming you know he’s gonna have a smile on his face , Ranae’s pain is gone our’s is just beginning , if only we could be as strong as she was , please keep Ranae’s family and friends in your thoughts and prayers lots on love for you RANAE

  3. chanel decker on November 13, 2016 said:

    U will truly be missed.I have some great memories as kids.. Rest Easy!!!

  4. Shelly Lindner on November 13, 2016 said:

    She will forever hold a special plane in my heart. Her silly laugh and her honesty will be what I remember the most, in addition to her willingness to do anything for anybody that needed it. I’m honored to have known her and shared so many wonderful memories with her. God bless you all and may He provide comfort in this time.

  5. Susan Stange on November 14, 2016 said:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family members. Although I didn’t know Ranae that well, her presence and fight is inspiring and her light will never die in our hearts.

  6. S. JERRED on November 15, 2016 said:

    So sorry for your loss. My sympathy and prayers go out to Ranae’s family. May God’s blessing and great memories carry you thru this hardship and may her courageous spirit live on among her children and family. Again, my deepest sympathy and prayers!

  7. Janel Kaltenbach on November 15, 2016 said:

    I never had the honor of personally knowing Ranae. Between the times our paths crossed to listening to friends visiting about her, I knew she was quite a lady. May God wrap his arms around her family and friends. Know there are many of us keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this time.