Mark James FEAVEL

July 16, 1948February 8, 2019

Mark J. Feavel, 70, of Carrollton TX, passed away on February 8, 2019 surrounded by his loving family and friends, including Brother Ernest Jr, and nephew Young Master Feavel. He was born in Appleton, WI, on July 16, 1948 to Ernest and Rosemary Feavel. He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Carol, John and Rudy. Survived by his loving and dedicated wife, Janet Bearden; step children: Renee Jolley, David Bearden, Andy Bearden; grandchildren: Evan, Aaron and Tristan Bearden. Also survived by 9 siblings, nieces and nephews. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin in 1975 he relocated to Texas, because in his words "you don't have to shovel rain".

Mark retired from Yellow Roadway in 2008. Enjoyed golfing and quality time with his friends.

Services will be held at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, 2800 Valwood Parkway, Farmers Branch, Tx. at 11:00 am on Monday, February 18, 2019. In lieu of flowers please consider a memorial contribution in Mark's honor to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital or Metrocrest Services of Farmers Branch TX.


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Ashlea Dews

February 13, 2019

Janet, I am so sorry for your loss... I know his big personality and presence has left an equally large void. He loved you dearly.

Mark... Or as I called him... Mr Feavel Sir was his own character, larger than life in so many ways. At Roadway, he took me under his wing and mentored me... He was like a father to me - I owe much of my success and understanding of the freight business to Mark... He always believed in me, he helped me reason out the "losses" and always helped me celebrate the "wins". With Mark, you always knew where he (and you) stood, he was transparent and often hysterically vocal. Through it all, I look back and truly appreciate his steadfast loyalty and love for me...As a mentor and friend, I always knew he was in my corner. In our last correspondence, I told him I missed him... Now I just miss him more but I will be forever grateful for the man who taught me how to be successful in a cutthroat industry, who remained trustworthy and invested in our friendship... And who followed my life with deep sincerity.

I will miss so much about him...but am filled with gratitude for knowing such a man... Thank you for everything, Mr Feavel Sir..... Your "Dewly Dews".

Peggy Lord

February 13, 2019

He was my nephew and the one part I remember the most was when he ate a whole can of beans and we are an explosion from the bathroom and he was covered I believe he never did that again rest in peace sweetheart you will always be in our thoughts but you're in no more pain

Bruce Snyder

February 13, 2019

May the good memories get his Family through these times.Never got to meet him,just got to lose to him many many times in Words with Friends.Fare thee well friend.

john giambalvo

February 13, 2019

You always knew there was going to be something fun going on when you saw Mark. I always had to prepared for a retort. I will miss him around Franks. G.

Jamie Quick

February 13, 2019

Mark, was gentleman that enjoyed life to the fullest. I know Jim, Silva, and Randy were there to welcome him. He showed that he loved Janet and was always there for her. We r going to miss you.

Paige Hankins

February 12, 2019

Janet and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Mark was such a fun person and one of the smartest as well. He was the best LTL sales rep in the biz. I know he will be missed very much.

Patrick Casey

February 12, 2019

My condolences Janet, Mark was a loved and trusted friend. Mark will be missed! I send my love to you and yours.
Thank you Mark for being in my life, you will live on forever in my fond memories of you my friend.

Sherrie Feavel

February 12, 2019

Prayers and good thoughts for Janet and family.
Mark was always kind to me when he visited his dad and I in WI.
Janet, feel free to contact me anytime.

Merlin Ram

February 12, 2019

Dearest Janet please accept our condolences. Mark was so very good to our family. Especially my aunties and mom. May his memories be a source of comfort for you. Especially his christmas tree. May god comfort you.

Julie Carter

February 12, 2019

You made our family reunions memorable. Always enjoyed your fun loving spirit and the accent! You will be greatly missed.