James Douglas Feazel
SHREVEPORT, LA- James Douglas Feazel went home to be with Jesus on October 23, 2013 with his loving family by his side.
You are invited to visit with the family from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, October 25, 2013 at Rose-Neath Southside Funeral Home in Shreveport. Bro. Don Bush and Chaplain Sam Procell will address friends and family and Bro. Steve Slaughter will officiate the funeral service on Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 10 a.m. at Rose-Neath Southside, burial at Forest Park West.
Doug was born November 20, 1934 to Jim and Pauline Feazel in Pleasant Hill, La., He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Marguerite Duncan. Doug was the baby brother to Doris Rambin and Agnes Brown.
Doug was married to the love of his life, Shirley Wyatt Feazel on December 12, 1958. Their love for each other inspired us all as they were best friends and were a true testament to their vows of "til death do us part".
Doug was a loving father to his children, James Douglas "Jimmy" Feazel, II and wife Darlene of Shreveport, La. and Brenda Feazel Baker of Rogers, Ar. His heart was big and his love was deep for his grandson James Douglas "Trey" Feazel, III and his wife Tiphanie, his 3 granddaughters, Ashley Feazel Stuart and her husband Tim, Jennifer Baker and Kimberly Baker. Life became sweeter as he enjoyed his 2 great-grandsons, Evan and Eli Stuart and he was anxiously awaiting the arrival of his 1st great-granddaughter, Kendall Grace Feazel.
Pallbearers honoring Doug's life will be Barry Rambin, Ronald Brown, Frank "Buddy" Wyatt, Kevin Johnson, Jimmie Evans, Glenn Brannen, Ben Scheen and Doug Holland. Honorary Pallbearers will be Huey Wyatt and the Deacons of Kingston Road Baptist Church.
Doug lived his life as an example to others by living his faith in Jesus Christ daily. He was a member of Kingston Road Baptist Church where he was a Deacon, served on various committees and enjoyed singing in the choir. Doug served his country in the United States Air Force
before joining Bird Roofing Company. He retired from the City of Shreveport where he proudly served with the members of the Water & Sewer Department.
All who knew him knew that the two most important things in his life were Jesus Christ and his family. We the family release him to his Heavenly Father, thankful for the time we had with him and the eternal influence he will have on our lives. We celebrate his life and choose to honor him with ours.