C. Keith Feasel

Born: Wed., Jul. 20, 1949
Died: Tue., Mar. 2, 2010

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C. Keith Feasel age 60 of Ashland, died Tuesday March 2, 2010 at his residence following an extended illness.
Born on July 20, 1949 in Ashland the son of Merle L. and Charlotte (Latter) Feasel.
Keith was a graduate of the Ashland High School Class of 1968. He had been employed at the Shelby Tube Company and also was a twenty four year employee of U-Brand Corporation.
On August 24, 1969 he was married to Sandy Yarbrough who survives.
In addition to his wife Sandy, Mr. Feasel is also survived by his mother Charlotte Hiemberger of Ashland; two sisters and brother in law, Deb (Tom) Kitchen of Ashland, Sharon Feasel ( Michael Wolf) of Ashland. Also surviving is his step mother, Dottie Feasel of Ashland.
He is preceded in death by his father and one brother Steve Feasel
Mr. Feasel was a member of the Ashland County Paint and Plain Club, he was a Union Steward, and a member of the U-Brand 20+ Club he was also a member of the Ashland Dickey Church of the Brethren.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday March 4, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at the Heyl Funeral Home with Pastor Tom Zurcher officiating. Burial will follow at the Ashland County Memorial Park.
Friends may visit with the family one hour prior to the funeral service from 10-11 a.m. on Thursday.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made in Keith's name to Hospice of North Central Ohio, 1050 Dauch Dr. Ashland, Ohio 44805

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Phillip & Janenne Roar
   Posted Tue March 02, 2010
Sandy you have our heartfelt sympathy at this time.

Bill Patterson
   Posted Wed March 03, 2010
when ever I think of all the good times I had growing up, Keith was always there. we spent alot of time together doing things only friends remember. You were a good friend and will be missed. God bless you and watch over Sandy and your loved ones. when we meet again we'll take a ride in the old Plymouth and talk about the good old days.

   Posted Wed March 03, 2010
To the family of Keith you have my thoughts and prayers during this time. I worked with Keith at SWT from the time he hired in and was Keith's supervisor for the last 12yrs Keith was a very dedicated employee and person he always enjoyed talking about his family and his horses he will never be forgotten I will remember that laugh he had god bless.

Diane & Gene Reynolds
   Posted Wed March 03, 2010
Sandy & Family,

So sorry for your loss. Keith was one of the good Guys! We all go way back // Dave & Keith and the class of 1968 @ Ashland High School.

We just live down the road so if we can help give us a call and let us know. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

David Bates
   Posted Wed March 03, 2010
Sandy, I am sorry to hear about Keith. I know he was a goog person & we became good friends & shared a lot of laughs together when we worked at U-Brand.Sorry i can't make it on thursday but i will be thinking of you.Take care & God bless you.

marianne nommay
   Posted Wed March 03, 2010
i want to say how sorry i am to hear the of his passing.

i've known keith for a long while from moto mart i managed the store for 13 yrs.

he was a joy to talk with and was always in a good mood, i will truly miss seeing his smiling face.

if there is anything i can do please feel free to contact me at 419-651-3096. again please let me know , no matter how small if i can help in any way.

he was and still is a true friend to me.

my condolences to the whole family.

marianne and steve nommay

Donna (Leaman) Young
   Posted Wed March 03, 2010
Dear Sandy and family,

I was very sorry to hear of Keith's passing. You have my
deepest sympathy and my thoughts
and prayers are with you.

Michael Barnes, Renee Waugaman
   Posted Wed March 03, 2010
Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers through this most difficult time. Though we won't be able to be physically at the service, know we are both there emotionally and spiritually.
We will miss not only miss Keith's hearty laugh, but, the many times we stood around and "shot the breeze" about anything and everything, from horses to hunting and fishing, and the finer points to gardening.
Like I told you Friday, if you need ANYTHING, don't hesitate to call.

Linda (Berringer) Metcalf
   Posted Fri March 05, 2010
I am so sorry to learn of the passing of Keith. My deepest sympathy to all the family.

Keith's childhood neighbor,

Linda (Berringer) Metcalf

Cheryl (Feasel) Westfall
   Posted Tue March 09, 2010
Keith was the best cousin a girl could have! He never lost his temper. He never had a bad day. He was cheerful about everything and always saw the best in all around him. In elementary school I was always so delighted when he would come over and sit with me at lunch, and only years later did I learn that he really wanted my ice cream bar, but he always got it and my admiration as well. In junior high I used to "pick on him" because we had to choose a boy to square dance with and I was very shy about that. Keith never complained, though I'm sure there were times he would have rather danced with another girl. My family would take Keith camping with us in the summertime and I led him on a hair-raising adventure once when I convinced him that you couldn't walk the wrong way on a one-way street. We went about five miles out of our way until he absolutely and firmly refused to go any further. (We were looking for fishing bait at the lake, and I was more into the hiking than the fishing!) Keith was the best cousin and a great role model. His family has always been a wonderful and loving bunch of relatives to have. My deepest sympathy to all, especially to Sandy.
Love, Cheryl

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