John W Feeman

June 20, 1932December 17, 2018

John W. Feeman, 86, Lebanon, passed away on Monday December 17, 2018 in the Wellspan Good Samaritan Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Mary Winters Feeman with whom he would have celebrated a 65th wedding anniversary on December 26th. He was born in Lebanon on June 20, 1932 a son of the late Edwin L. and Florence Wenrich Feeman. He was a 1950 graduate of Lebanon High School and was retired from Met-Ed with 32 years as a supervisor in the Right-of-Way Department. He was also a member of St. James Lutheran Church. Following retirement, John enjoyed reading, gardening, walking and attending the activities of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife he is survived by children: Karen Shirk and companion Lloyd Gerberich; Ann Tribioli and companion Rick Kline; John Feeman II and wife Jennifer; grandchildren: Kristi wife of Shawn Bear; Leslie wife of Jeffrie Marley; Lisa wife of Shawn Peterson; Dominic Tribioli and wife Wendy; Alexander Feeman, Benjamin Feeman, Claire Feeman; 9 great-grandchildren, siblings: Rose Marie wife of Robert Hunsicker; Dr. George F. and wife Ruby(Rhodes) Feeman and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by siblings: Dr. James Feeman, Sr., Mary Vasile, Jeanne Gable, Robert Feeman, Miriam Wytanis, Paul Feeman. Funeral services will be Friday at 11:00 am. In St. James Lutheran Church, 53 Chestnut St., Lebanon, PA 17042 where a viewing will be held from 9:30am. until the time of service. Interment will be made in South Annville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made to his church.


  • Viewing Friday, December 21, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, December 21, 2018

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George Feeman

December 18, 2018

John was my younger brother by two years, fourth in age among the five boys in the family and now fourth again among the boys in death. Johnny and I were close in many ways from when we played and worked together in our youth, then again in our recent years. He was first and foremost a family man, and the nearness, size and togetherness of his family is proof of that. On the occasions when I was able to visit the Lebanon area, his home was always the place to go. During the past year we had many long phone conversations, reminiscing about our times together and our family situation when we were growing up, and talking about our present situations and what the future may hold, even about how we would handle our final days. I love Johnny and his family very much and know that he will be sorely missed by all. I wish them all God's blessing for the future and pray that he will rest in peace after a long struggle.