What more can one say,our great LORD blessed you with a most wonderful father. My prayer for you is that the legacy continue with the LORD blessing the entire Feenstra family now and always.
Dr. Feenstra was one of the best teacher's I had in learning medicine. He always treated me with respect but pushed me to be better. He will be missed.
So sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you! So many precious memories of all the family gatherings we shared growing up. Uncle Larry will be greatly missed this side of heaven, but we anxiously await a great reunion day! With all our love...Rob and Becky Nykamp, Dave and Julie Nykamp,Deb and Dan Kiel and families.
Bud and Christine Zondervan, we are so sorry for your loss. We rejoice in your Dads life! We wish you the Lords peace during this time.. Praise The Lord we know him! And are assured of our passing.. Love you guys , stay strong.
I, as a nurse, learned alot from Dr Feenstra about the dignity and courtesy involved in being a great practitioner. He will always be in my memory as one of the finest!
I also had the privilege to have mentorship with Dr Feenstra. May God bless the family with His peace. Diane S Rexford FNP
Dr. Feenstra had a tremendous impact on me. His meticulous nature and pragmatic style has been something I have tried to emulate in my own career. I think of him often in my practice - constantly questioning the diagnoses that others list on a chart when the history and exam do not support them. He will be missed, but he has left a legacy.
Thoughts and prayers to Dr. Feenstra's family. As a nurse I appreciate all Dr. Feenstra did for his patients and the profession of medicine. I will certainly miss passing him in the hospital hallways and getting his affirmatory nod. Peace be with his family .
Dr. Feenstra has influenced my life in so many ways. I was one of the office nurses in his Internal Medicine practice on Lake Drive for about 20 years. He was wonderful to work with and I learned so much from him, even though I was actually one of his partner's nurse.
He again came into my life many years later when I became a victim of downsizing and was able to find a position in the Spectrum Health Internal Medicine Residency Clinic. I believe I was hired in that office on his recommendation and I am very grateful for that opportunity. Over the years, Dr. Feenstra would come into the clinic and mentor the residents and I was always glad to see him. He will be missed as not only as a wonderful doctor, mentor and teacher; but a friend.
A great man will be missing from our lives but rejoicing in Heaven above with many loved ones. My deepest sympathy. It was an honor to work with Dr. Feenstra for so many years at Butterworth Hospital and he has left a wonderful legacy. May you find comfort in your God and from the strength of family and friends.
Larry was such a wonderful person! Another saint has gone to glory!
With deepest sympathies
The Valdmanis Family