Lucille Wells Feeback

Born: Wed., Sep. 25, 1907
Died: Mon., Sep. 20, 2010

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Lucille Wells Feeback, 102, widow of Robert T. Feeback, passed away Monday, September 20, 2010 at her home.

She was born September 25, 1907 in the Old Stone Tavern at Ellisville, Kentucky to the late Daniel E. & Elizabeth McClanahan Wells, attended Ellisville Grade School and graduated in 1927 from Carlisle High School. She attended Western Kentucky University and graduated from Georgetown College. She taught school for 27 years in Nicholas County. Mrs. Feeback was a member of the Carlisle Christian Church, where she taught Primary and Junior Sunday School. She was a charter member of the Nicholas Co. Homemakers, a member of the Retired Teachers, Nicholas Co. Historical Society, Tourism, Inc. and Johnson-Mathers HealthCare Auxiliary.

Survivors include her daughter Martha Sue Taylor, Carlisle, a sister, Betsy Cleaver, Carlisle and a grandson Mark Taylor, Lexington, as well as several nieces and nephews.

She was also preceded in death by her son-in-law Ralph Taylor and 3 sisters, Margaret Anderson, Helen Pumphrey & Katherine Wells.

Services will be 11:00 A.M. Wednesday from the Carlisle Christian Church by Rev. Steve Smith with burial to follow in Carlisle Cemetery.

Memorial Contributions are suggested to Carlisle Christian Church Building Fund or Hospice of the Bluegrass.

Visitation will be after 5:00 P.M. Tuesday at the church.

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   Posted Thu December 06, 2012
Melicent Clinkenbeard Martha Sue ~ So sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She definitely lived a long life and I know you have many wonderful memories to hold on to. And, by the way, I never knew that Betsy Cleaver was your aunt! Love you much Melicent
Bobby G Anderson Condolences from the Anderson family. Sorry we couldn't be there, Linda is having back surgery today.
Angie Christman Graham Mrs. Feeback was a very special lady. She was a true lady and kind in any situation. I enjoyed always being around her and she was outgoing and kept up with our changing society. She lived life to fullest as she aged she was still current. If all of us could live to be this age and still have her style and class -it would be a true blessing. Angie Christman Graham
JEFF & TRACEY SNAPP With deepest sympathy. Martha Sue you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Donna Waugh Brooks Miss Lucille was my first grade teacher. She was a special lady. Once in first grade, we had to change our shoes to tennis shoes to go to the gym. Well I had to go to the bathroom, but I wanted to go play. Well a little puddle formed on the floor. Mrs. Feeback took care of things, she put my underwear on the radiator to dry. We also had the Tom Thumb Wedding. Just think how many lives she touched. Also, Mrs. Martha Taylor was my home economics teacher. Not too many people have been taught by a mother and a daughter. May your precious memories help you in this time of loss. Sincerely, Donna Waugh Brooks
Helen Berry Emmons You have my deepest sympathy. Mrs.Feeback was my first grade teacher, at Headquarters school in 1956. I have never forgotten her, she was a wonderful lady.

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