|Birth: ||Sep. 17, 1880|
|Death: ||Jan. 15, 1946|
The end came suddenly and quickly for Mr. Frank Felker, who died shortly after seven o'clock Tuesday morning while he sat and talked with his Physician who had been summoned earlier to see him. In declining health for several years, Mr. Felker has nevertheless continued to be one of the most familiar figures in Booneville. Always with a kindly greeting, a cordial handshake and a sincere interest in all whose shoulders his touched, Mr. Felker numbered his friends by the scores.
Mr. Felker operated a grocery store for many years, Served one term as chancery clerk, and for a time was in the lumber business. Mr. Felker's interests found a common ground with people in a walks of life and his sympathy and understand- kg won the favor of political and business associates. Until about three years age he had the devoted companionship of his wife, who died after a lengthy illness.
Elder J. W. Dunn of Memphis, Tenn., was assisted by Mr. Crowson, Booneville minister in saying the last rites. Services were conducted at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon from the residence.
Mr. Feiker was a faithful member of the Church of Christ.
Surviving are one adopted daughter, Miss Annie Rae Felker, of Booneville, and a foster daughter, Mrs. Rob Sartin, also of Booneville. Two brothers, Lee Felker of Booneville and Cliff Felker of Lexington, Tennessee, also survive.
Interment was in Booneville cemetery, McMillan in charge.
William Thomas Felker (1859 - 1945)
Sarah D McCoy Felker (1860 - 1930)
Alvira Wright Felker (1879 - 1943)
Annie Ree Felker (1920 - 1968)*
Created by: Panola County Gal
Record added: Dec 13, 2004
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