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Juan Eugene Feight 1943-2024

Juan Eugene Feight, 81, of Greencastle, PA passed away Monday, July 1, 2024 at the Waynesboro Hospital with his wife by his side.  

Juan Eugene Feight
Juan Eugene Feight

Born January 13, 1943 in Everett PA, he was the son of the late Robert Eugene Feight and Burnice Feight.

In addition to his loving wife whom he married on May 12, 2022, Beverly Ann Barkman Feight he survived by one brother; Brent Feight wife (Mary Lou) of Hagerstown MD, four children; Suzanne Smith husband (Daryl) of San Diego CA, Beth Bramer husband (Glenn) of Luisville CO, Zach King wife (Erin) of Gatlinburg TN, AND Jessica Rodgers significate other (Chris) of Folkstone GA. Five grandchildren; Nikki Cho (Andrew), Natalie Thompson (Derek), Laura Andrews (Joshua), William Bramer, and Grant Rodgers. One grandchild; EllaGrace Thompson.            

Juan is proceeded in death by his parents, and one brother; Arlyn Feight.

Juan proudly served in the army in 1961 and was discharged in 1964.  He enjoyed his membership and friends at the American Legion from time to time.  

Juan spent much of his adult life living in North Carolina, where he worked in the lawn care and building management fields.  He had a passion for cooking which grew into a catering business.  Finally he returned to his roots in Pennsylvania in 2016. 

Arrangements are entrusted by SimpleChoice Cremation Services Inc. Chambersburg.  

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