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Annabelle Feyh


Annabelle Feyh, 88, of Stoutsville, passed peacefully March 6, 2017, in Lake Placid, Florida, while visiting for the winter.

She was born Oct. 13, 1928, in Pickaway County, to Frank & Donna (Tharp) Smallwood.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and husband of over 50 years, Arthur “Bud” Feyh; along with brothers, Bobby, Donald, Guy “Ed”, Fred and Larry Smallwood; sisters, Katherine “Kate” Greeno-Williams and Betty McFarland; and her longtime friends, Annabelle Woolover and Marilyn Wagner.

Annabelle is survived by her daughters, Jerrilyne (Jim) Stevens and Marsha (Tom) Beswetherick, both of Stoutsville; grandchildren, Raymond (Patti) Lowery of Circleville, Tammy Lowery of Ray and Shawn (Julie) Barton of Hilliard; great-grandchildren, Elizabeth and Davis, both of Hilliard; sisters, Barbra Salyers of Ashville and Patty (Bill) Longberry of Circleville; numerous nieces and nephews; and special longtime hairdresser, Belinda Boly. Annabelle and Bud also took care of foster children, Larry, John and Molly Hamilton, who also survive. Annabelle is also survived by her little poodle, Precious, who was always by her side.

Annabelle was in the last graduating class of five at Washington Township School, which was the high school at that time. She loved to cook and collect cookbooks and was a cook at what was a home for elderly on Route 22 East at that time.

She was a longtime factory worker at US Chemical and Arrow Plastics. After retirement she looked forward to meeting people and helping at Red Barn screen printing and enjoying time with family. She also attended Living by Faith Church on Route 56.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, March 13, 2017, at the Wellman Funeral Home with Rev. Leonard Tippie officiating. Burial to follow in Forest Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.

The family wishes to thank Vitas Hospice of Sebring, Florida.

Memorials are suggested to DASH Rescue or the Wright-Poling Pickaway County Dog Shelter.

Online condolences can be made to www.wellmanfuneralhomes.com.

This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal

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