Funeral services for Jeffery Allen Feemster Sr., 48, of Marianna will be held Saturday, March 27 at 2:30 p.m. at the Spring Grove Baptist Church in Haynes.

 

Funeral services for Jeffery Allen Feemster Sr., 48, of Marianna will be held Saturday, March 27 at 2:30 p.m. at the Spring Grove Baptist Church in Haynes.
God called Jeffery to his Heavenly Home on Tuesday, March 23, 2010. His most enjoyable moments were times spent with his family and friends, playing his favorite game of dominoes and the many hours he spent pursuing his favorite hobby of fishing. 
Jeffery was born Nov. 20, 1961 to Georgia Mae West and Johnny Feemster in Helena.  Jeffery accepted Christ at an early age and was a member of the True Vine Missionary Baptist Church.  Jeffery later united with Spring Grove Baptist Church where he remained a member until his death.  Jeffery attended schools in the Helena-West Helena School District and was a graduate of the Central High School Class of 1980.  After graduation, Jeffery joined the U.S. Navy and served his country until his honorable discharge in 1984. At the time of his death, M.C. Express Trucking in Jonesboro employed Jeffery.
He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Deborah Feemster of Marianna; A stepmother Alene Feemster of Helena-West Helena; a mother-in-law, Rosetta Wilson of Marianna; five sons, Demetrius Feemster of Little Rock, Jeffery Allen Feemster Jr. of Jonesboro, Christopher Robinson of Marvell, Travon Collins of Hot Springs and Antowne Davis of Marianna; three daughters, Tangela Feemster of Chicago, KaSheena Wilson of Little Rock and Raven Feemster of Marianna and five grandchildren, Deontae, DeMiyah, Demetrius, Jr., Nicholas and Kyra.
He is also survived by nine brothers, Tommie West and Jimmie West of Newport, Kirk (Tabatha) West, Perry West and Cedric (Ruthie) Pride of Helena-West Helena, Eric (Jacqueline) West of Jonesboro, Kevin Warren of Robinsonville, Miss., Derrick (Debra) Feemster of Blytheville and Victory (Jennifer) Johnson of Little Rock; three sisters, Theresa (William) West of Chicago, Shelia (Xavier) Olloway of Helena-West Helena and Brenda Pride of Atlanta, Ga.  He also leaves a host of nieces and nephews who all loved “Uncle Jeff”  dearly, cousins and many dear friends.
Jeffery was preceded in death by his mother, Georgia Mae West, his father, Johnny Feemster, a son, Zachary Hill; a grandfather, John Reed, a brother, Eddie West and a nephew, Adrein Sanders.