Richard W. Felsing

Sevierville, Tennessee


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Richard W. FelsingSevierville, TN Richard W. "Dick" Felsing, 86, died Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville. His wife and children were by his side, telling him one more time how much they loved him. Among the things he loved, besides his family, were...

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I have known Richard Felsing for over 50 years; for about 30 of the years, we were colleagues at Lincoln High School in Manitowoc, WI; since then, just friends. As a teacher, Richard was the kindest man I ever met. Soft spoken but full of expectations for his students, he probably gave his students more internal peace than they had known before or have known since. I miss him more every day -- one of the very few "living" Christians I have known -- he made a big difference in...

Dear Christie & Alix, What a beautiful memorial to a most wonderful person! I can only imagine what a joy it was to have him as your father. So sorry to hear of his passing. May you feel continue to feel his deep love. Linda & Carl Bendorf

Christie, I am so sorry to read about your father's passing. Sending you all my love ❤

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Richard Felsing. We know he was a very special man, as his daughter Christie spoke so highly of him. The greatest gift in life is family and the support the family gives to its members. Christie is a treasured friend and a shining example of the values that her dad exemplified. May we all have the great fortune to make a contribution to life as Mr. Felsing has done. We mourn his loss. Sending love to the family, Kimberly & Stephen

I am so sorry to hear of Richard's passing. We were friends at Washington High School and had the pleasure of renewing our friendship and meeting Joann at our 50th reunion. Purely by chance I became a colleague of their wonderful daughter, Christie, who demonstrates in her life the fine adult and father he became. It is a pleasure to read about the rich and giving life he led.

I am so sorry to hear of Dick's passing. His smile was contagious and let you know he cared about whoever he was with, listening intently, getting to know them. So kind and a VERY decent man indeed! -Cheryl Baker and family

Dick was a beautiful person and we were privileged to call him our friend. We will miss him greatly.
Bill and Cathey Dayton

I remember Dick's amazing smile - my thoughts are with you all.