Aug 07, 2039 – May 13, 2011
William Francis Feagans, Bill ” passed away art Friday May 13 2011 at Martha Jefferson Hospital in Charlottesville.
Bill was born August 7 1939 in Washington DC the son of Josephine Martha Watson and Francis Wilder Feagans. He attended George Washington High School in Alexandria where he met his wife of 49 years Sondra. Bill served in the United States Army and was particularly proud to have participated in the inaugurations of President John F. Kennedy and President Lyndon Johnson. He settled in the community of Blue Ridge Shores in Louisa County in 1968 where he raised his family and was one of the founding members of Blue Ridge Shores Baptist Church. He worked over 32 years for the United States Postal Service in Charlottesville.
Bill is survived by his wife Sondra his two sons Jeff and his wife Denise and Todd and his wife Katie of Louisa his daughter Kyle of Charlottesville and Shannon and her husband Tom Gresham of Louisa. He is also survived by his sisters June Keplinger and her husband Oscar of Peachtree City Georgia Janet Kochert and her husband Koke of Fairfax and his brother James Beth of Warrenton. Bill was the proud grandfather of 10: Garrett Mitchell Gabe Nate and Maggie Mae Feagans of Louisa Quinn Rose and Wilder Feagans of Louisa Gage Feagans of Charlottesville and Luke and Elise Gresham of Louisa.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Woodward Funeral Home in
Louisa on Monday May 16 2011. Pastor Steven Whetzel will officiate at the services held on Tuesday May 17 at 1 pm at Blue Ridge Shores Baptist Church. The church is located at 1230 Firehouse Drive the back entrance of Blue Ridge Shores. A graveside service at Hillcrest Cemetery will directly follow the funeral. Blue Ridge Shores Baptist Church will host a dinner in Bill’s honor at the conclusion of the graveside service.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial donations be made to the Blue Ridge Shores Baptist Church Building Fund.
I know Bill will truly be missed by his family. Hope you all can find comfort in your memories. I can remember sitting on jury duty with Bill many many years ago. I know he was a loving father and husband.
I am so sorry for your loss! Please know that I am thinking of you.Paula