of Griffithville, AR
December 31, 1931 - December 9, 2022
Jewel Jeanette Feather completed her earthly journey on December 9, 2022 surrounded by her family. She was born on December 31, 1931 in Tyronza, Arkansas to the late William Arthur and Amy Irene Colwell Churchwell. She is preceded in death by her husband, Floyd Alvin Feather; six brothers, J.E. Henderson, Stanley Henderson, William Churchwell, Johnny Churchwell, Thomas Churchwell and Billy Gene Churchwell; one son-in-law, J.C. Covington and one granddaughter-in-law, Jennifer Harris.Mrs. Feather is survived by three children, Janie (Marvin) Harris of Beebe, Judy Covington of Searcy and Keith (Tammy) Feather of Griffithville; six grandchildren, Shawn (Heidi) Harris, Levi (Cindy) Harris, Jawanda Cantu, Jennifer Boyer, Koby (Allyson) Feather, Jacob (Callie) Feather; thirteen great-grandchildren, Caleb Harris, Katie Harris, Josh Harris, Trey Sterling, Rebecca Sterling, Josh Roberson, Jalen Cantu, Jewell Duncan, Jordyn Lovett, Easton Feather, Caden Feather, Zoey Feather and Raegan Feather and two great great-grandchildren, Sawyer and Eligah Roberson; three sisters-in-law, Karen Stephens, Betty Churchwell and Lucy Churchwell, along with many other extended family members and many friends.Jeanette married the love of her life on June 4, 1949 and they made a wonderful life together on their farm in Griffithville, Arkansas. She loved to sew and travel, but really enjoyed going places and seeing different things and people. She was known to be a great cook and her family loved her homemade biscuits. She was member of Dogwood Methodist Church and was active in many different areas. The most important thing to her was her family. She loved spending time with them and loved it when they would come to see her.Services are scheduled for Visitation on Tuesday, December 13, 2022 from 5-7PM, followed by the Funeral Service on Wednesday, December 14, 2022 at 10:00AM. All services will be held at Roller-Daniel Funeral Home Chapel in Searcy. Interment will follow at Dogwood Cemetery, Griffithville, Arkansas. In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be made to Dogwood Cemetery, c/o Leota Dill, P O Box 21, Griffithville, Arkansas, 72060.
Sending our sincere sympathy to Janie and the rest of the family! 🙏
I loved this sweet lady❣️. Hugs to all the family 🙏 I know Christmas was her holiday and will not be the same without her….and Mary she loved you in her own special way😇
She was jewerl alright prayers and love for all
I remember Jeanette as the pretty girl with all the mean brothers on the Belcher bus we road when I was in first grade, The dust turn to mud in the winter to deep for bus to go, Joe Kennedy pick us up in a covered wagon pull with horses and carried us to Porter rodgers curve then we crossed White oak creek in a boat to get on bus. The Pain kids who were her cousins would carry and watch after me. Oran Pannell drove our bus. Jeannette and Floyd will be remembered as great people to look up to in my life time, Windle & Bonita Porter
So very sorry for your loss.
Dear Keith, Janie, and Judy and all your family members. I am sorry that you must shed tears at this usually joyful time. But, your tears are beneficial to let your pain and grief out. You will always miss your one Mother. She was the “one” the perfect “one” God chose for you. What a blessing. She was a blessing to others, also, including me. One of the persons in Gritthithville whose friendship meant a lot. She was kind and sweet always, it was just her nature. So, live this season of joy with joy, she would want that for you now. She is in complete joy and peace in God’s holy Kingdom. Knowing that, anytime of the year, is a joyous moment. Have your tears and mourn your loss, but with the joy and confidence that she will be always waiting to see you again. Util then, take care of each other. It was my privilege to know Jeannette. Love to you all. Marcia Chapman
LOVE YOU ALL
I'm so sorry to hear about Aunt Jeanettes passing. Praying for the family.
Prayers to the family. Will greatly be missed.