Evelyn F. Feil, of Keokuk died at the Burlington Care Center on October 5, 2019.
Evelyn was born June 14, 1927 in Emden, MO to Odd and Pearl McGlaughlin. She graduated Hannibal High School in 1944. She was united in marriage to John "Jack" Feil and resided in Keokuk for sixty-nine years. Mrs. Feil was a member of the First Lutheran Church in Keokuk and was active in the Women's Circle that conducted church and community actives. She was employed in accounting for family and other local businesses.
She is survived by two sons, two grandchildren and their spouses; Michael Feil (Virginia Simon) of Berwyn, PA, Patrick Feil (Carrie Feil) of Burlington, IA, and Jessica Feil (Sean Lee) Washington, DC, Timothy Feil New Haven, CT.
Mrs. Feil was preceded in death by her husband, Jack in 2002.
A graveside inurnment ceremony will be held at The Keokuk National Cemetery on Friday October 11, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. Friends are welcome to attend.
Sorry for your loss Pat. I know how hard it is during this time.
Pat, Carrie, Linda, and Chris,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know this is hard and you will miss spending time with Evelyn. I hope you find comfort knowing Evelyn was well cared for by you all. All my love, Sandi Rodgers
I am sorry for the loss of your mother Pat, my condolences to all that loved her especially your family. May she Rest In Peace. May your family heal from her absence and cherish her memories. Your good friend Rhonda
Mike, Pat and families- I have always felt that your mom and dad were both part of my family. Camping trips we're one of my fondest memories. I grew up with a photo of your mom and dad standing up with my mom and dad at their wedding hanging on our wall. Our hearts go out to you.
Our family sends its warmest thoughts for your loss. We loved Jack and Evelyn. Some of my best memories growing up were all of us camping together.
Our deepest sympathies. John's mom thought a lot of her, and has not been the same since Evelyn left her apartment. They were great puzzle buddies and looked out for each other. One night we had kept Mary out at our house later than usual. Our phone rang. It was Evelyn. She was worried about Mary not being home as it was getting late.
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