Jerry Felker PDF Print E-mail

Jerry Wayne Felker, 65, of Cayce, died Thursday, November 14, 2019 at Lexington Medical Center.

Born on July 28, 1954 in Newberry, he was a son of George Gary Felker and the late Nellie Sample Felker. He was the owner of J.W. Contractor.

Mr. Felker is survived in addition to his father, Gary Felker, by daughters, Roxanne Felker Yelton, Christy Felker (Stephen) Poole and Crystle (John) Bogue; a brother, Mike (Diane) Felker; step-sisters, Julie (Jason) Barnes and Jeanne Whitaker; step-brothers, Jeff Whitaker and James Whitaker; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by an infant brother, Ricky David Felker and his step-mother, Frances Felker.

Graveside services will be held at 3:00 pm Sunday, November 17, 2019 at Whitmire Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 4:00 – 5:30 pm at the McSwain-Evans Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the funeral home to help defray the funeral expenses.

 

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#3 Joyce Worthy Brown 2019-11-16 17:56
Dear Family,

Please forgive me for rambling on in my other message, but I wanted to tell y'all how special Jerry was to someone other than family. I wanted to let you know what was in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you. I know you are heart broken and you're going to miss your son, brother, daddy, uncle, and other kin. I know this is not easy for any of y'all. I pray that the Lord will bless you, comfort you, and give you strength. Jerry has found eternal rest. My prayer for the family and friends...
Oh God, come to my assistance; Oh Lord, hurry to help me. Please take the consuming anguish that I feel right now; take it from me and hold me in Your arms. Heal my broken heart and bind up my wounds. Amen. Psalm 147:3
 
 
#2 Terri Trammell Baker 2019-11-16 13:33
Thoughts and prayers.

Terri & Robert Baker
Dalma Trammell
 
 
#1 Joyce Worthy Brown 2019-11-15 14:41
Dear Family,

It is with a sad heart that I post this message. I am so sorry for your loss. I have known and loved Jerry for most of my life. You don't have to see someone everyday to have a special bond which I had with Jerry. We use to be the best of friends many years ago and there was a lot of special times that we shared. Not too long ago when my brother, Britton died, I was having such a difficult time. Visitation at the funeral home was almost over and most everyone had gone...I happened to look at the doorway and there stood Jerry. We were friends on Facebook, but it had been many years since we saw each other.I can't explain just how my heart felt when I saw Jerry standing there; but it was a feeling that I will never forget. At first, we didn't speak, we just embraced each other....no words had to be spoken for we knew how we both felt.Then, we went and sat on the porch, talking about the 'good ole days'. Jerry filled my heart with love and laughter....like it use to be with us. I remember the times we had at the lake, the skating rink, and even the time, we pretended to be a couple to attend a party that his mama was hosting. The more couples that attended, meant more points for his mama's party. Then, there was the times that we just hung out in the neighborhood and riding around in Tommy's doodle bug....we always had that car loaded down. Oh, the fun we always had....Mike, Dianne, Debbie, Tommy, Vickie, Denise, Jimmy, Jerry H.,Jerry, Randy T, and me., also, his cousin, Randy....such precious memories !!!!! I could go on and on about our friendship...he was that special.
Family, y'all are in my thoughts and in my prayers. I know that Jerry will greatly be missed, but the memories will always be with y'all like they will be with me. I take comfort in those memories and knowing that Jerry is in Heaven smiling upon all of us. God bless each and everyone of y'all. MY love to all....
I LOVE YOU, JERRY.....ALWAYS ! Joyce