Larry J. McFee

August 7, 1951May 6, 2019

Larry J. McFee -

Lifelong resident of Cranberry Lake in Napoleon, Michigan, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly when his heart took him to Jesus way too soon on May 6, 2019 at the age of 67. He was born to parents, Gerald R. Fee and Audrey J. Fee (Davis) in Jackson, Michigan. Larry married the love of his life, Debbie, in Jackson on October 6, 1979. Larry and his wife Debbie have owned and operated Blinds on Wheels since 1991. Larry loved family campouts, playing golf and softball, guns, and life on Cranberry Lake. His faith was very important to him, and he was an active volunteer and member of Jackson Free Methodist Church of which one of his favorite ministries was the backpack program. Larry was an avid handyman who could fix just about anything. He was a true patriot and served our country in the Army in Germany during the Vietnam War from October 1969 to April 1972 and we thank him for his service. Larry is survived by his wife of 40 years, Debbie; children, Kaitlin (Nick) Phelps and Steven (Tracy) McFee; granddaughter, Ariel (whom he just worshiped); and brother, Paul Hamblin. He was preceded in death by his parents. A celebration of Larry’s life will be held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 1:00 PM at Jackson Free Methodist Church (2829 Park Dr. Jackson, MI, 49203) with Pastor Tim Flickinger officiating. Family will receive friends for visitation from 12:00 PM until time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Jackson Free Methodist Church in Larry’s name.


  • Celebration of Life with visitation one hour prior Saturday, May 11, 2019


Larry J. McFee

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Carl Shelhart

May 10, 2019

Debbie and family
I am so sorry to read of Larry's passing. I have a service on Saturday also , won't be able to make the visitation and service. Please know that Doretta and I will keep all of you in our prayers. " Life is not waiting for the storm to pass; but life is learning to dance in the rain". May God hold you in the palm of his hand through the long days ahead.
Carl and Doretta Shelhart