Edwin Leroy Fellars

July 15, 1955September 11, 2018

Edwin "Ed" Leroy Fellars, 63 died Tuesday, September 1 1, 2018 . Ed was born July 15, 1955, in Phoenix, AZ to Edwin "Mac" and Maudine Fellars Ed graduated Glendale High School 1973. He went on to the University of Phoenix and graduated in the mid 1980's with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. Ed worked for 46 years with Reuter Equipment Company as a field aggegate equipment mechanic. He had worked with his father Mac until he passed away in 1999. Ed's career involved numerous facets. He was Shop Supervisor, Product Support and then VP of Reuter Fabrication all while working as the Shop Supervisor. Ed was known far and wide as being the best in the aggegate business for diagnosing and fixing mechanical problems over the phone. He would laugh and call it his "Cone by Phone" part of the job. He was one of a kind and will be missed in the industry and by all that knew him. Ed enjoyed spending time with family and friends attending Nascar, Baseball and Football events. Camping, Hunting, and Fishing were his second love. Most of all he loved spending time with his dogs. Ed is survived by his wife Carol, Mother Maudine, Brother Kenny, Sister Sheryl Perry (Dan), Nephews Craig Perry (Kilie), Justin Perry (Sarah), Justin Willis, Tyler Willis, Kyle Willis, Mathew Almaguer, Rylan Quintero, Ashley Gage (Levi), Emily Almaguer, Racheal Almaguer. Four Great Nephews and Two Great Nieces, a large extended family and Many Good Friends. Ed was preceded in death by his two daughters Amanda and Savannah and his father Edwin "Mac" Fellars. Final services will be September 26, 2018 at 11 :00am at Greenwood Memory Lawn, Serenity Chapel, 719 North 27th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85009. Graveside to follow service. In lieu of Flowers; Donations in the Memory of Ed Fellars to: Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation 2929 E. Camelback Rd #122 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone 602-933-4483,


  • Service Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Edwin Leroy Fellars

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Sheryl Fellars Perry

September 25, 2018

I have many fond memories of our younger years and the many times together when my boys were younger. I am happy knowing you are in heaven with dad and enjoying each other again. I am wearing and cherishing my #1 sister charm you gave me years ago. Love and miss you always!

Dee Guerrero

September 24, 2018

I remember Ed for his sense of humor and joke telling. Many years ago the family get togethers were usually at Mac and Maudine's house. It didn't take long for Ed to start teasing me with the hispanic jokes. I didn't always get the joke because I read too much into it, that I became the joke! Ed had so much more fun teasing me and would be non-stop enjoying every minute.
Carol, Maudine, Kenny, Sheryl and family...losing a loved one is very difficult and the grieving process is hard and can be overwhelming. You will hear Ed's voice when you're alone and see him in your dreams. Let the memories you shared with Ed bring comfort and peace. Fondly, Dee Guerrero

Todd Laurila

September 23, 2018

What a loss of the smartest crusher guru. My sincere condolences and love to the family. Many times he helped me over the phone over the last 30 years. He was a great person. Godspeed Eddie.

Ann Monteleone

September 22, 2018

My heart breaks of hearing of Ed’s passing. He was a fun guy loving his family, sports and music. My deepest condolences to his wife Carol, his Mother Mrs Fellars, Brother Kenny and Sister Sheryl. Sending thoughts and prayers you all. May God bless Ed’s soul.

Gary Davis

September 21, 2018

For me, this day starts out with much sadness, as I found out this morning that Eddie Fellars has died. Eddie was such a great friend to me from the moment we (our family) first moved to Glendale (in 1968) until we graduated. I haven't seen or heard from him since Graduation Night 1973.

He was a truly great baseball player, especially at shortstop. He was, however, no kind of pitcher – as one day at Glendale High School Varsity Baseball practice in the spring of 1973, he volunteered to pitch during batting practice. When it was my time to bat, he started practicing his curve balls . . . and I had been hit by so many pitches that curve balls spooked me. So, more often than not, I would see the ball coming right at me and bail out – just to see the ball curve into the strike zone. Well, I was determined to hang in there and hit a curve ball. And he pitched one. And I saw it heading straight for my head. And I hung in there. And it hit me in the face and knocked me down. Everybody came running to me to see if I was OK and I tried to talk, but my top and bottom teeth didn’t align anymore. The pitch had broken my jaw. Eddie was just mortified and was apologizing over and over again. That was the end of the baseball season for me.

But, we shared classes for many years and ate lunch together for a long time as well. I have many good memories of Eddie and always will. This is truly a sad loss.