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Ellen D. Felderman - 97

11/30/1921 - 8/31/2019

Clinton, IA

Ellen D. Felderman age 97 of Clinton, passed away Saturday Aug. 31, 2019 at Eagle Point Nursing Home, Clinton.  Graveside services will be held 1:00 PM Wednesday Sept. 4th at Clinton Lawn Cemetery.  The Pape Funeral Home is assisting the family.  Online condolences may be left at www.papefh.com

 

     Ellen was born on Nov. 30, 1921 in Bellevue, IA, the daughter of Roy and Alma (Heckelsmiller) Keil.  She married Orie Felderman on May 14, 1940 in Bellevue, he died in 2004.  She owned and operated Ellen’s Beauty Shop, Clinton and worked at Petersen Von-Maur for several years.  She was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and enjoyed playing Bingo.

 

     Ellen is survived by her daughter, Carol (Gil) Goldensoph of Burlington, IA; three grandchildren, Shelly, Michael, Todd ; five great grandchildren, Nikki, Greg, Karyn, Ali, and Caci; three great-great grandsons, Walter, Cody and August; and several nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, daughter, grandson, and five brothers.

3 Comments

  • Sandra Lineberry-Sims

    2 weeks, 1 day ago

    My memories of Aunt Ellen were her doing hair, vacationing with us to Colorado when I was very young, smiling and being very kind.  She was always very welcoming when I would visit.  I regret not seeing her when I was home last.  For that I am sorry!  But I know Heaven gained a good one and she is laughing with everyone and giving hugs to all who went before her.  She gave real hugs!

    Love you Aunt Ellen!

    Sandy

  • Shelly Lewis

    2 weeks, 1 day ago

    Fondest memories of my Grandma were going to the Woolworth's counter for Root Beer Floats, shopping downtown, long conversations on our front porch in West Court about how she would like to start driving someday and she accomplished that, our trips to San Diego, Hollywood, and Las Vegas.  Most of all, grandma taught me how to embroidery, do crossword puzzles, and always preached about how it was the little moments in life that would be cherished most as the years pass by.  I love you grandma, with all of my heart and sole, and I will miss our conversations these past few years, even though they were scarce.  Your were one of the sweetest kindest people I have ever met and I still miss your ham and scalloped potatoes.  You were a great cook!  Love you Grandma. Cody remembers all the moments on the porch and the conversations about life.  Thank you Great Grandma!

    Shelly & Cody 

     

     

  • Shelly Lewis

    2 weeks, 1 day ago

    Fondest memories of my Grandma were going to the Woolworth's counter for Root Beer Floats, shopping downtown, long conversations on our front porch in West Court about how she would like to start driving someday and she accomplished that, our trips to San Diego, Hollywood, and Las Vegas.  Most of all, grandma taught me how to embroidery, do crossword puzzles, and always preached about how it was the little moments in life that would be cherished most as the years pass by.  I love you grandma, with all of my heart and sole, and I will miss our conversations these past few years, even though they were scarce.  Your were one of the sweetest kindest people I have ever met and I still miss your ham and scalloped potatoes.  You were a great cook!  Love you Grandma. Cody remembers all the moments on the porch and the conversations about life.  Thank you Great Grandma!

    Shelly & Cody 

     

     

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