Was born in the village. Tundrino in 1921. After school she graduated from the Khanty-Mansiysk medical school and returned to the village. Tundrino. On June 28, 1941 she was drafted into the ranks of the Red Army by the Surgut district military commissariat. Combat path: Faina Romanovna served as a military assistant of the 330th medical battalion of the 88th rifle division of the 8th army. She was wounded twice. On the night of May 2, 1943, near the city of Kharkov, while bandaging wounded Red Army soldiers in the field, Faina Romanovna was wounded in the stomach, the spinal cord was injured, and her left leg was paralyzed. She underwent treatment in evacuation hospital No. 1673 in Kazan. After treatment, she was discharged for disability. Awards: Order of the Patriotic War, II degree; medal "For the victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945." On the way home on the train, she met a front-line soldier named Samoilyuk. Living in with. Tundrino, corresponded with him. After the end of the war, Faina Romanovna married him and stayed to live in her husband's homeland in the Nikolaev region from this marriage they had a child. In the post-war period Faina Romanovna worked as a medical assistant in the village. Great Mosque of the Krivozersky district of the Nikolaev region. She passed away on June 22, 1982, was buried in the village. Tundrino.