Cecil Walter FEASTER & Edna Ella GRAHAM

Cecil Walter FEASTER was the fifth child of Mary Ellen HOPKIRK & James Fowler FEASTER  Cecil was born 23 January 1891 in Windsor, Missouri. Cecil married Edna Ella GRAHAM on May 20, 1919 at the home of Maude Graham in Clinton, Missouri.  Edna was born 17 November 1895 in Vista, Missouri and she died 28 June 1944. Cecil Walter FEASTER died 26 Janaury 1980 in South Bend, Indiana.  Cecil and Edna had 3 daughters.

From an obituary.  


 Cecil W. Feaster, 89, South Bend, Ind., died January 26 in the Cardinal Nursing Home, South Bend, following a brief illness.   

He was born January 23, 1891, in Windsor, Mo.  In May 1919, he married Edna E. Graham who died in June 1944.  He married Mabel Molnar in 1947 and she survives in South Bend.

Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Bettie) Maguire, Ottawa, and Mrs. Hugh (Martha) Hamil, San Antonio, Tx.; step-son, Drlbert Molnar; two sisters, Florence Feaster, Hollywood, Fla., and Neil Grzywinska, Seal Beach, Calif.; four grandchildren and two great-grandsons. A dughter, Mary Ann, died in infancy.

Mr. Feaster was an army veteran of W.W.I and was a member of Chapter 6 of The Disabled American Veterans of South Bend.

Rev. Charles Reed, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, conducted services January 29 at 11 a.m. in the Orvis-Palmer Funeral Home. Burial was in St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park, South Bend.

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The South Bend, Indiana obituary for Edna E. Feaster:

Mrs Cecil Feaster

Mrs. Edna E. Feaster, aged 48, of rural route No. 4, box 808, Mayflower road, died at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Healthwin hospital after five years' illness. She was born in Vista, Mo., Nov 17, 1895, and came here 18 years ago. Her marriage to Cecil Feaster, who survives, took place May 20, 1919, in Missouri.  Surviving also are her parents, Mr and Mrs. E. W. Graham, of Vista; two daughters, Martha and Betty, both of this city; a brother, Homer Graham, of Vista, and five sisters, Mrs. W. S. Graham, Mrs.F. V. Jessee and Mrs Minnie Glazebrook, all of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Ned Hill, of San Antonio, Texas; and Mrs. Harry Muller, of Cleveland, O.  Friends may call in the Orvis funeral home until 1 p.m. Saturday when her body will be taken to Calvary Baptist church to lie until funeral services there at 2 p.m. Saturday. Rev. Noel Irwin, pastor, will officiate.  Burial will be in Mount Pleasant cemetery.  Mrs. Feaster was a member of Calvary Baptist church for several years.

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