Kelly Elaine Feathers
”1971 - 2016”
Four Candles The first candle represents our grief. The pain of losing you is intense.
It reminds us of the depth of our love for you.
The second candle represents our courage. To confront our sorrow,
To comfort each other, To change our lives.
The third candle we light in your memory. For the times we laughed,
The times we cried, The times we were angry with each other,
The silly things you did, The caring and joy you gave us.
The fourth candle we light for our love. We light this candle that your light will always shine.
As we enter this holiday season and share this night of remembrance with our family and friends.
We cherish the special place in our hearts that will always be reserved for you.
We thank you for the gift your living brought to each of us.
We love you.
We remember you.
Kelly E. Feathers,
45, Wyandotte, OK, passed away suddenly at her home in rural Wyandotte.
Kelly Elaine Feathers was born June 6, 1971
in Claremore, Ok the daughter of Noah and June Elaine (Wallace) Feathers.
Kelly was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Wyandotte, OK
and the Seneca Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma.
Survivors include two sons; Dalen Feathers and Gunnar Feathers both of
Wyandotte; her mother June Wallace, Wyandotte and a host of extended
relatives and friends.
The body will lie in-state at the Seneca Cayuga Comunity building
from 10:30 am Friday, August 26 until 9:30 AM, August 27th.
Graveside services will be held at 10:00 AM, Saturday, August 27, 2016
at the Bassett Grove Cemetery with Jason White Eagle officiating.
Pallbearers will be Jack “AJ” Hart, Bryan Wencil, Morris Wallace,
Alex “Rambo” Stanger, Christopher “Bear” Schmidt and Michael Lockner.
Honorary pallbearers will be Stephanie Hart, Tammy Moss, Bobby Lockner,
Lori Lockner, Debi Salisbury, Candy Greenlow, Lisa Moore and Sherry Wencil.
Funeral arrangements under the personal direction of Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home, Seneca, MO.
Resource: Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home
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