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Anthony ‘Tony’ Alden Feller

Anthony “Tony” Alden Feller, age 45, formerly of Elgin, SC, passed away at Birchaven Village, Findlay, Ohio on August 5, 2018, with his parents by his side. Tony was born in Tiffin, Ohio to Stacy and Susan (Baker) Feller on December 12, 1972 and was a 1991 Mohawk Graduate. He was the grandson of the late Alden and Blanche Baker and Norma Feller and the late Leo Feller.

He is survived by his parents and his brothers, Todd (Siwei) Feller of Lewis Center, Ohio, SFC Ryan (Jenni) Feller of Fleming, Georgia, Mark (Barbara Janean) Feller of Austin, Texas, his sister Jenna (Eric) Wilkins of Rawson, Ohio, two nieces, and two nephews.

After graduation, Tony started his first business venture by opening a pizza parlor near Myrtle Beach. His passion for travel and business led him to a career in sales and marketing. He first worked at Marcoa Media, where he traveled to all the military bases on the eastern coast, and then IMA SE based in Charleston, SC where he was VP of Sales and Operations.

Tony loved the south, the mountains, the beaches, and lighthouses. He treasured time with his family, working with his Dad and brothers on construction and always picking on his favorite little sister and buying her tools so she could be one of the guys. Tony had a tender heart, rescuing many cats. The best Christmases were at Uncle Tony’s. Car shows, the Power Tour and Trans Am Nationals with his Dad were a must. Tony enjoyed coming home and hitting his favorite food stops; Fort Ball Pizza, Jolly’s, and taking his Mom to Taco Bell. He never headed back home without a batch of his favorite “Moms double chocolate chip brownies”.

Tony’s family would like to thank the caregivers at Birchaven-Honeysuckle who took such good care of Tony. Your compassion and wonderful care were deeply appreciated. Tony was a kind, caring, loving son who was dearly loved, will be greatly missed, and has left his family with a lifetime of cherished memories.

His last breath on earth was his first breath in heaven. Tony will make one final trip to South Carolina with his family to the beach and lighthouses that he enjoyed, with the people he loved, and will be put to rest in a private family service. Local arrangements have been entrusted to COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, Findlay, Ohio.

The Tony Feller Memorial fund has been established at Citizens National Bank.


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