January 3, 1951 - July 1, 2021
Keith Featherston, 70, passed away on July 1, 2021 in Bryan, TX at St. Joseph Hospital.
Keith was born to George and Nannie B. Featherston in San Antonio, TX. He attended Navasota High School. He owned and operated his own business, AJ's Transmission located in Bryan, TX.
Keith served in the United States Army for seven years and was stationed in Germany where he met his wife, Sabine. Keith loved to fish, watch sports, play dominoes and poker, and loved family get-togethers and traveling. He always had a grin on his face and made everyone around him feel special. He had a teasing personality and kept us all laughing. He will be greatly missed. He was loved by all.
Keith was preceded in death by his parents George and Nannie B. Featherston and two brothers, Stephen and Rick Featherston. He is survived by wife of 43 years, Sabine, daughter Melanie Featherston, and daughter from a previous marriage, Marcy Molitor, his two brothers Earl Featherston and wife Edith (of Houston, TX), George Featherston and wife Debbie (of Aransas Pass, TX), his four sisters Patricia Warren, June Baca, Teresa O'Brien (all of Bryan/College Station, TX), Peggy Cochrane and husband Bill (of New Braunfels, TX), his sister-in-law, Ulrike Bergaue, and brother-in-law, Thomas Bergaue (of Germany), and numerous nieces and nephews.
A Celebration of Life will be held in his behalf on Saturday, July 17 from 4:00-8:00 at 2111 West 28th St, Bryan, TX. Memorial donations in lieu of flowers can be made to cancer research.
You're my love, my life, the air that I breathe. You're my soul, my happiness, the all that I need. You're my light, my dark, the stars in the sky. You're my ups, my downs, the reason I try. You're my strength, my weakness, the love from the start. You're my heartache, my pain, the beat of my heart. You're my tears, my joy, in the love that you bring. You're my world, my galaxy, my everything.
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Published by The Bryan-College Station Eagle from Jul. 7 to Jul. 11, 2021.