Bev Feichter's Memorial Service

Bev Feichter's Memorial Service is Saturday, October 2nd, 2021 at 11am followed by light refreshments in Marsh Hall.

The service is both in-person and streaming online;

all are invited to attend!

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In-Person and Streaming


 

In-person service will be in the church and the reception after will be in Marsh Hall.  We will keep the exterior doors open to ensure air circulation, so please dress warmly as it may be rainy with cool temperatures.  Please wear a facial mask in loving service for other attendees.  

 

If you would like to participate in the service online, please join us on YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfjyQx_fqfw



Please see the Order of Worship booklet for the Memorial Service here.

 

Anyone who would like to attend is welcome.
 

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Bev Feichter was born on August 30, 1930 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the youngest of four daughters to Victor and Lucile Rudig. Participating in theater and choir, she developed a love of theater and music that she would share with others throughout her life, including her husband with whom she would perform in local theater groups early in their marriage.
 

Bev’s love of music, the outdoors, gardening, cooking, and perhaps most especially ice cream – “there’s always room for ice cream” – were passed on and known to all who knew her. Bev always seemed to have flowers blooming and fresh homegrown vegetables for the table. The kitchen was her favorite way to show her love, from fresh baked bread for school lunches when the girls were little, to baking your favorite cookies or pie, to entire meals for those in need. Family gatherings were centered on food and always involved planning the next meal while eating, which has become a family tradition.
 

Bev lived her life in service of others, always feeling like she could do more. She was an inspiration to all who met her in her devotion to Christ, to serving her community, and helping others. She is missed dearly by her family and friends but is remembered in so many of our memories, and her light lives on in all of us through our many shared loves of life.

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