David Lee Fieldor

December 15, 1933January 9, 2019

In Loving Memory of David Lee Fieldor

David Lee Fieldor 85, of Bartlett, Tennessee passed away Wednesday, January 9, 2019. He was born December 15, 1933 in Vaiden, Mississippi to Aubrey and Lorene Fieldor.

David was a member of the Germantown Church of Christ for the last 16 years. He previously worshipped and served with the Sycamore View, Park Forest, Illinois and Berclair Churches of Christ.

He retired from Schering Plough where he worked as a mechanic, industrial engineer, warehouse and plant manager for 39 years. He spent the last 10 years working in home repairs before retiring for good in 2001.

David enjoyed many hobbies throughout his life including fishing since the age of four until he was big enough to hunt. He bowled, made and flew model airplanes, golfed, and fished again. Often throughout the night (much to Sharon’s dismay) He loved woodworking and could make almost anything. He loved collecting guns and he loved to travel. He and Sharon have traveled all the United States and much of the world.

He was preceded in death by an infant sister, his mother Lorene Roby Hatcher, son David Lee Fieldor II, great granddaughter Evelynn King, and 3 half brothers.

David is survived by his wife, Sharon (Kivette) Fieldor, three daughters, Jan (Mike) Penrod of Sherwood, AR; Geray (John) Pickle of Sherwood, AR; Renee (Jim) Clark of Rossville, Tennessee; 7 grandchildren and their spouses, 7 great-grandchildren and a host of family and close friends. David wanted to share, in closing, that his family was his greatest joy.

A memorial service will be held at 3pm, on Sunday, January 13, 2019, at Germantown Church of Christ, 8723 Poplar Pike, Germantown, TN 38138.


  • Memorial Service Sunday, January 13, 2019

David Lee Fieldor

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Joy Davis Hyden

January 14, 2019

Jan, you may not remember me, but we did a lot of growing up together at the Church of Christ in Park Forest, IL . When your family moved in, I remember everyone teasing you about your "southern belle" accent and now lots of us have one. Who would have thought some forty years later we would both be living in Arkansas. I am so sorry for your loss and I pray that each day will get a little easier for all of you. Your father seemed to have a wonderful life and I know he enjoyed you girls and your growing families. Hopefully we can stay in touch and maybe have a reunion of sorts.

May God grant you peace in the coming days.
A sister in faith,
Joy Davis Hyden