Billy Joe Feagan

April 6, 1935 - March 26, 2022
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home
3800 N. Big Spring St
Midland, Texas 79705
Tuesday 4/5, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Crestview Baptist Church
Wednesday 4/6, 11:00 am

To watch the livestream of the service, click on the following link:   Billy Joe Feagan passed away on Saturday, March 26, 2022 in Midland, Texas. Born April 6, 1935 to Dollie (Terry) and Ray Feagan in Muleshoe, Texas, Joe grew up with nine siblings on a cotton farm outside of Sweetwater, Texas. WhenContinue Reading

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Tom Mallan left a message on April 8, 2022:
Deepest Condolences to the entire Feagan family. My thoughts are very much with you. All the Best, Tom Mallan
Jim Moring left a message on April 6, 2022:
To Bonnie, Mike, and all the family, we were saddened on reading of Joe’s death. We send our deepest sympathy. He was a great guy. Dorothy has said she loved working with him as a realtor. Take care, Jim and Dorothy Moring
Ray McKim left a message on April 5, 2022:
We all can take comfort knowing Joe had a damn good life and was a good family man. I know we all have good memories - mine are seeing Joe after a game and talking the good and bad. I really enjoyed knowing him- he always greeted me with sincerity wherever we met, especially being a young landman in Midland when there were other “bigs” in the room.
Francis "Bill" Schammel left a message on April 5, 2022:
One of the kindest men I have ever known. I only knew Joe for a short time, but he always had a cheerful disposition and a contagious smile. He will be missed by many. Rest in peace Joe.
Charlie Harris left a message on April 5, 2022:
Joe was a friend of mine for many years. He loved God, his family, his industry and his Red Raiders! His word was his bond and I am proud to have called him a friend!
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Kent Dixon left a message on April 4, 2022:
Dear Feagan Family, So sorry for your loss. I'll always remember Joe as a great character and a genuine caring person. Sorry, I won't be able to make it to the service but I wanted to let you know that I'm thinking of you all and praying for your family. So much to celebrate about Joe's life and he will be missed by many, including all the Dixon family.
Steve stephens left a message on April 4, 2022:
Bonnie, you and Joe are special people in my life. Even thou I only saw you a few times since I graduated in 1952 you guys always treated me like I was your best friend. They do not make friends like you and Joe anymore. My condolences To you and your family at this time of sorrow. We are never truly ready for this but it’s part of God’s plan for each of us. Amen
Gay Guelker left a message on April 3, 2022:
Bonnie and family, You may not remember Marvin and me. Marvin was ahead of Joe and I was after you in Newman High School, worked at Paul's on Lamar Street, and was one year after Mary (Max's widow) I send my love and sympathy. God called my beloved Marvin home 31 months ago. We were married 65 and 1/2 years, and I truly understand your loss. I send my love and prayers. God bless you.
Glen Thomason left a message on April 3, 2022:
Joe, was a great guy, He will be missed.
Robert Wigley left a message on April 3, 2022:
Mike, your mom & dad are special people & parents. I know losing your dad is a tough event in your life, but know he is loved by all I know. I always experienced your folks as energetic, happy & fun. They are a great example of lovely couple for all that know them.
Gerry Rogers Flewharty left a message on April 1, 2022:
I have had the pleasure of knowing Joe since early childhood. We lived in the rural communities of Sweetwater; he in Plum Creek and I in Bitter Creek. We recently shared our memories being in the first grade together. He was shy and we had to bow our heads in the reading circle, and we recalled not getting out of the lines when we colored. In the winter time, we rode the rural school bus boarding when it was dark and arriving home late in the afternoon. He was a true friend whom I had the pleasure of knowing along with sweet Bonnie. He was always loyal to the '53 Class of Newman High School and I will miss him tremendously. May God bless the wonderful Feagan family.
Jennifer Dixon left a message on March 31, 2022:
Joe was a bright light in this world. He will always hold a special place in my heart, as will the entire Feagan family. ❤️
Betsy Casselman-Porter left a message on March 31, 2022:
I am so sorry for your loss. Sending many prayers. Betsy Casselman-Porter
Brent Moss left a message on March 30, 2022:
Joe was one of the best people I have ever known. Didn’t matter how many years it might have been since I last saw him but he always treated me like a best friend. I know West Texas will miss Joe Feagan. And Joe Feagan personifies the best of West Texas! Rest In Peace my dear friend!
Stacye Anderson left a message on March 29, 2022:
We are deeply saddened that one of our favorite people has left us. Joe was a lovely human being and a good friend to my parents. Though we did not have the good fortune to grow up in Midland, Joe always made Tim and I feel part of the Red Raider “framily” when we were together. Mom, Tim and I send our deepest sympathies and are praying for peace and comfort for all the Feagans, especially Bonney, during this heartbreak. We are encouraged to know Dad has one of his best friends with him again ❤️
LD Green left a message on March 29, 2022:
Brenda and Myself and Michael and Brian send our thoughts and condolences for Bonnie and family. Joe was a super friend and I enjoyed working with him and keeping in touch. I recently spoke with him and had a great visit and I had the chance to tell him what he meant to me and my family. We have lost a great man! If you look up integrity in the dictionary, there would be a picture of Joe Feagan. Thank you Joe we will miss you.
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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