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In loving memory of
Martin Patrick Feeney
  • November 04, 1947
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  • September 08, 2022

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Martin P. “Pat” Feeney, 74, of The Villages, FL, passed away on September 8, 2022 in hospice care after a brief illness.      

He was born in Davenport Iowa, on November 4, 1947, son of the late Edward and Lillian Feeney.  

Pat met his lovely wife Sue in Davenport in 1971 and married in 1973 for 49 wonderful years.     

Pat serviced in the Air Force, worked several positions within Qwest Communications over 30+ years, Pat and Sue loved traveling via RV and made it to 49 states together, in 2008 they found their forever home in the Villages.

He was a member of the Pioneers, VFW, Knights of Columbus, Sierra Club and American Legion.                

He was an avid golfer with his last of many hole-in-ones at Bonita Pass in March 2021.                

Pat is survived by his wife, Sue; his son John and wife Amanda; and son Brad and wife Jonelle; grandchildren Colin, Ashton, Zac, and Zoey; sisters Angie Cassady, Sara Hitch, Sheila and Mel Leskinen, brother Matt and Mary, brother-in-law Jim Goggins and Bob Bastian.

He is predeceased by his sister Jacqueline, Rita Goggins, Kate Bastian, brother Michael and Mary Anne and brother-in-law Frank Cassady.      

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cornerstone Hospice Foundation (cornerstonehospice.org/the-foundation/) or the First Tee of the Quad Cities (donate.onecause.com/firstteedonation/donate)                

Pat will be dearly missed by his family, friends, and the countless lives he touched.   

Florida Arrangements: Funeral Service: Saturday, October 8th 2022, Noon-1:00pm @ St. Vincent de Paul’s (5323 E Co Rd 462, Wildwood, FL 34785) Celebration of Life: Saturday October 8th 2022, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Hearth Room Colony Recreation Center (510 Colony Blvd, The Villages, FL 32162)
Iowa Arrangements: Funeral Service: Friday, November 4th 2022, 10:00am-11:00am @ St. Anthony’s Catholic Church (417 N Main St, Davenport, IA 52801). Interment: Friday, November 4th 2022, 11:30am-12:30pm @ Rock Island Arsenal Cemetery (Bldg, 118, Rock Island Arsenal Rock Island, IL 61299).  Celebration of Life: November 4th 2022.  1:30pm-3:30pm @ Knights of Columbus (1111 W 35th St, Davenport, IA 52806 Downstairs – Park on Lower Level).  

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  1. Fran & Bob Justak says:
    25 Sep 2022
    Sue and family,
    We were saddened to hear about Pat.
    He was such a good guy.
    We hope your memories
    will be there to sustain you during this difficult time.
    He will be missed at church and we will remember his wonderful pies.
    Fran & Bob Justak

  2. Cindy Kuehl says:
    17 Sep 2022
    Sue, John, and Brad
    I know that there are no words.. but May all the wonderful memories sustain and comfort you thru your grief.. He certainly was a bright light.. to all that were fortunate enough to know him..You all are in my Thoughts and Prayers.. much Love Cindy Kuehl, Nick and Brandy..

  3. Jack & Becky Babicki says:
    17 Sep 2022
    Memories! The great days we had while stationed at Maxwell AFB back in the 1960’s. Eating mid-night chow. where we all met in the dining hall at the base hospital. Your pies and cakes were always great. Hanging out at the Airman’s Club where the medics ruled. Going to the Krystal’s after leaving the club and being regulars at many of the watering holes in Montgomery. Most of all is the friendship that continued throughout the years there after will never be forgotten. The Organization! Going to mis you Pat. Sue and family you will always be part of our family and in our hearts.

  4. Kate Vislay says:
    16 Sep 2022
    I was shocked and saddened to hear of Pat’s passing. I enjoyed having you as neighbors on Keyhole Street although that time was short. Pat was so generous in sharing his delectable desserts. My deepest condolences to you and your family. I pray for peace as you go through these difficult days ahead.

    With sympathy and prayers,
    Kate Vislay

  5. Anna Maloy says:
    16 Sep 2022
    Sue and Family,
    You have my deepest sympathies and are all in my prayers. Pat was such a great guy and you all have been part of our lives for so long and have always been so kind to all of us. May God wrap you in his arms at this time and comfort you.
    Anna Maloy

  6. Nancy Alvarez del Real says:
    16 Sep 2022
    To Sue and Brad and the entire Feeney Family,
    I am truly sorry for your loss. Pat was greater than life in statute and heart. His broad shoulders carried the love of his entire family and he carried it with complete joy. Clearly God needed him more than we could ever understand but we will, of course, see him again. God bless each and every one of you. I love you dearly! ❤️

  7. Amy chesnutt says:
    16 Sep 2022
    Sue, I am deeply saddened by the loss of Pat. He and my dad had so much fun together, golfing together was a highlight for my dad (well that and going to McCall's Tavern for broasted chicken) among many things. I loved calling my dad and always getting to hear Pat in the background and the many times that I did get to talk with him, or going to the KGB parties in the old neighborhood when we would visit. He really was a kind, caring, funny man. I hope that your memories do help you get through this difficult time

    Amy and Virgil Chesnutt

  8. Darcie Burkholder says:
    14 Sep 2022
    Dear Sue and family,
    Doug and I are so very sorry to hear about Pat. He was truly a great neighbor, friend and amazing man. We both have enjoyed his driveway campfires, his cooking (especially the desserts) and golfing with him. May the beautiful memories that you have shared with him sustain you in this most difficult of times and know that if you need us for anything we are a knock on the door or a phone call away.
    Doug and Darcie Burkholder

  9. Lewis Williams says:
    14 Sep 2022
    Sue, our thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. Sadly, we just learned of Pat's passing. You were both such wonderful neighbors when we lived on Keyhole. There will always be fond memories of the KGB get-togethers, the fire pit evenings in your driveway, talking with Pat while we solved the "problems of the world\", and the enjoyment of his wonderful cooking & baking. Our condolences.

    Lewis & Laura Williams

  10. Terri Monson says:
    12 Sep 2022
    I will always cherish the memories of Uncle Pat and Aunt Sue visiting us in California. We had so much fun together and enjoyed some of the best pies ever! My sincere condolences to Sue and the whole family on this very great loss. Sending you my prayers for peace and comfort.

  11. Sheila & Mel Leskinen posted an image:
    12 Sep 2022
    Pat's Birthday Bar-B-Q on November 4th, 2009
    Pat's Birthday Bar-B-Q on November 4th, 2009

  12. michael and Kathy says:
    12 Sep 2022
    Pat you will be missed by Kathy and I. Great friend and usher you were there for us. Your pies were great. You will be missed by all the ushers at 4pm crew.

  13. Carol m Jakubiak says:
    10 Sep 2022
    My Dear Friend Sue and family, My heart is full of saddness and tears for you, Pat was a very dear friend to me, he was my go to phone call from the 8th tee, "Hey Carol I'll be right there, come on out and say HI!! He will be very much missed in Church, the Golf Course and Dinner with his "Pies"...I just cannot say enough good friend, until we meet again! Love You, Carol Jakubiak

  14. Ralph Whitacre says:
    10 Sep 2022
    We do not know why God chose to take you home so soon. But we have faith in His plan for all of us. So go and enjoy that "great big party in the sky". We'll see you there one day.
    You have graciously touched many lives here. We love you and will miss you, brother. Amen !!

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