John "Jake" Feeback Jr.

November 13, 1955January 15, 2021
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John “Jake” Feeback, Jr., age 65 of Temple, died Friday, January 15, 2021 at a Harker Heights hospital. The family will receive visitors from 5-7:00pm Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at Scanio-Harper Funeral Home.

John Jacob Feeback was born on November 13, 1955 in West Monroe, Louisiana to the late John Jacob Feeback, Sr. and Connie Columbus Feeback. Jake was an avid LSU fan. He married Daphne Vandever in 2013. Jake loved traveling, family, friends and telling stories. He was preceded in death by his parents and by a sister, Ginger “Ginny” Bowling.

Survivors include his wife Daphne Vandever Feeback of Temple; a son, Brian Feeback and wife Heather of Haughton, Louisiana; a daughter, Laura Feeback Gasca and husband Carlos of West Monroe, Louisiana; a brother, Frank Feeback of West Monroe, Louisiana; six grandchildren; two great grandchildren; a nephew, Jeff Ferracci of Monroe, Louisiana; a niece, Jessica Ferracci Hughes; and his mother-in-law, Billie “Teeny” Vandever of Hewitt, Texas and other extended family members.

Memorials may be given in Jake’s name to the Temple Animal Shelter, 620 Mama Dog Circle, Temple, Texas 76504.


  • Daphne Vandever Feeback, Wife
  • Connie Columbus Feeback, Mother (deceased)
  • John Jacob Feeback, Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Ginger "Ginny" Bowling, Sister (deceased)
  • Frank Feeback, Brother
  • Brian Feeback (Heather), Son
  • Laura Feeback Gasca (Carlos), Daughter
  • Jeff Ferracci, Nephew
  • Jessica Ferracci Hughes, Niece
  • Billie "Teeny" Vandever, Mother-In-Law
  • Jake also leaves behind six grandchildren, two great grandchildren and other extended family members.

  • Temple Animal Shelter


  • Family Visitation

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021


John "Jake" Feeback Jr.

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Teresa Cassidy

January 22, 2021

We at Seniors Complete Insurance are saddened to hear of Jake's passing. We would like the family to know it was an honor to serve him this past year with his insurance needs. We know that he will be greatly missed. Sincerely, Teresa Cassidy and Staff

Cassie Wood

January 19, 2021

Margaret Townsend

January 18, 2021

1st impression- OMG- loud rude, racist... then got to know him! Never met a kinder more generous man in my life. So proud to be from WEST Monroe La. Funny, heart of gold, loved his wife, kids. Loved life.. You will be forever missed.. So glad you are with your mom and sister, but BPG will miss you forever.. Go LSU!

Kay Hendry

January 17, 2021

Jake was a real good friend to my dad (Buddy Creed) and my uncle (Walter Creed). Rest in peace Jake. Prayers to all

Lena Clinkscale

January 17, 2021

I grew up with all the Feebacks. Jake looked just like his dad. I can't believe he is gone. I remember him as a skinny kid. You will be missed Jake. I have loved the Feebacks all my life.

Jeremy & Justina Boldwyn

January 17, 2021

Jake was such a great guy. We had many laughs with him and we loved going back and fourth with him about football. We will miss laughing with him on political post on facebook and we will keep up the good political fight for him going forward. We will see you in the end my friend. God bless

Trevor Woelke

January 16, 2021

Amazing man! I have had the privilege to know just a few people in this world who have had such a profound impact on not only me but everyone that knew this kind, caring, amazing man. You will be forever remembered as the light that shines brighter than the sun and a legend of Louisiana! Your smile and laugh will be missed by all! Love you old man!

Pam Albrittton

January 16, 2021

I am heart broken to hear of Jake's passing. I have know him since he was a teenager. My heart and prayers are with his wife, his family and all of his friends. We will all miss him he was just a wonderful man. Rest in peace my wonderful friend.
Pam Albritton/ West Monroe, La.

Brian Beard

January 16, 2021

What a Guy Jake was! I last saw him at Ray's Automotive on the 16th of Dec. He was in Great spirits! I feel Honored to have known such a Great Guy! Jake will be Truly Missed. Prayers for the Family. He will always be in our Hearts! - Brian Beard

Michael Wheelis

January 16, 2021

Jake was a good guy, I have known him since 1974, I remember meeting him at the 7-11 on North 7th st.