Albert Lee (Reb) Felker passed away at the family home on Oct. 15, 2012, in Roswell. Albert was born Sept. 7, 1942, in Hampton, Va., to Herman T. Hunley and Helen L. Hunley, who both precede him in death.
Albert spent his working days as a plumber and roofer. He was his daughters’ best friend and a rock for his wife. He enjoyed watching Dodgers baseball games and loved telling jokes. He had the best sense of humor through all situations.
He is survived by the love of his life Emily Johnson, of the family home, his daughter Desiree Felker, of Roswell; his granddaughters, Ebryana Barela and Delilah Barela; his sister, Beverly Ray and her husband John; his niece Rhonda Castillo; his nephews, Chuck Madsen, Troy Madsen and Brian Madsen; great-nieces, Courtney and Metallica Madsen, great-nephew Troy Madsen II; two great-great nieces and one great-great nephew.
The family would like to thank Dr. Braik and Dr. Southward for their loving and compassionate care. A special thanks to Frances and Benita at Vista Care Hospice for all the wonderful work, care and support. We love and thank you all.
Please share your thoughts and memories with the family in the online register book at andersonbethany.com.
Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson-Bethany Funeral Home and Crematory.
Why is a fire engine red?
Because a book is read, too!
And 2×2 is 4
And 4×3 is 12
There are 12 inches to a ruler
Queen Elizabeth was a Ruler
Queen Elizabeth was also a ship.
Ships sail the sea
And fish swim in the sea
Fish have fins
The Finns fought the Russians
And a Fire Truck’s always rushin’
So that’s why a Fire Engine’s red!
-Albert L. Felker