Donna Phyllis Feistner

Dates

February 4, 1939 - January 18, 2012

Obituary

Donna Phyllis Feistner was born February 4, 1939, at Mitchell, to Donald and Phyllis (Burlingame) Stone. She grew up and attended school at Mitchell and graduated from Mitchell High School in 1957. On June 8, 1957, she married Byron Dicus. She was employed in the Administration Offices of Methodist Hospital and St. Joseph Hospital in Mitchell for many years and later worked at Martin and Associates until 1976. On October 4, 1976, she married Wayne Feistner at Luverne, MN. She was a member of the Bethany Lutheran Church in Woonsocket.

She is survived by her husband, Wayne; four children: Doug Dicus of Gillette, WY, Pam Durst and husband, Larry of Petersburg, AK, Dixie Holland of Alpine, CA, Dustin Feistner of Mitchell; eleven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Shane Feistner in 2004, a granddaughter, Brandy Dicus, her parents and grandparents.


Visitation(s)

Date
Friday, January 20, 2012
Time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
Bittner Funeral Home
Prayer Service ~ 7:00 PM
805 West Havens
Mitchell, South Dakota

Service

Date
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Time
10:30 AM
Location
Bethany Lutheran Church
Woonsocket, South Dakota

Cemetery

Feistner Cemetery
Woonsocket, South Dakota


entry posted by doug dicus on 03-04-2015
been 3yrs sinceu left this life mom.i miss the talks,hugs,laughs.lectures.hitting all the graves on memorial day,and countless goodtimes,R.I.P. mom;;;;;;;;;DOUG-------
entry posted by doug dicus on 03-04-2015
been 3yrs sinceu left this life mom.i miss the talks,hugs,laughs.lectures.hitting all the graves on memorial day,and countless goodtimes,R.I.P. mom;;;;;;;;;DOUG-------
entry posted by Dorie on 10-21-2013
I knew the Stone family and meet Donna when she lived in Mitchell. we had a lot of night calls and just
talk when she needed someone to talk to. Donna was a very sweet loving person. One night we found
out her uncle Ken lived in a trailer house in my folks back yard , We had lots & lots of laughs
entry posted by Bette Procknow on 01-26-2012
So sorry to hear of Donna passing. We lived in the apartments on 2nd that her grandparents ran. My mother knew her dad and family from White Lake,
entry posted by Jenny (Anderson) Muecke on 01-20-2012
I have many memories of Donna from growing up,as she and my mother were very close. They consisted of Prince,a radio,Tab pop and lots of laughter while suntanning at the lake with my mom as the kids played. I'll never forget driving to Huron to watch Karate Kid in the coolest car I'd ever seen at the time, her Cougar.
I will remember her for her special, kind and sincere nature, She always had something nice to say to me each time she saw me.
There is a saying that " People won't remember what you said to them and they won't always remember what you did to them, but they will always remember how you made them feel. " In this case, that feeling was a special one.
My deepest and sincere sympathy to the Feistner family and all that had the opportunity to know Donna.. God Bless.
entry posted by Everett and Jackie Evers on 01-20-2012
Our sympathies are with you. Donna was a sweet, fun loving person. I will always remember her "Oh kid". She just makes you smile.
entry posted by Gloria Vetter on 01-19-2012
If I ever had a best friend, it was Donna. She will always be in my heart. We all have enough memories to last a lifetime. My sympathy and love goes out to all her family.
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