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Mrs. Alice Feagan  of Atlanta, passed away June 28, 2018.  Funeral service will be held 11 AM Saturday July 7, 2018 at Providence Missionary Baptist Church 2295 Benjamin E Mays Dr SW Atlanta Ga 30311, Interment Greenwood Cemetery.  Reverend Damon P. William, Ph.D., Senior Pastor officiating, Reverend Dr. Joseph Bryant Jr. Eulogist. 

Alice Eaton Feagan, the wife of the late C.B. Feagan, entered into eternal rest on June 28, 2018.  She was the seventh of thirteen children born to the late James Eaton, Sr. and Virginia Jeminson Eaton in Safford, Alabama.  She was preceded in death by three sisters: Gladys Martin, Merry Williams, and Octavia Greyer; and four brothers: Elmer Eaton, James Eaton, Jr., Golden Eaton, and Owenton Eaton.

Alice received her early education in the Dallas County Public Schools in Selma, Alabama, and earned a diploma in Practical Nursing at the Birmingham Nursing School. She completed this training in Atlanta to receive her license in the State of Georgia as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). She furthered her education at Selma University and Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama, where she earned an AB Degree in Elementary Education. She then earned the Master of Arts and Educational Specialist Degree from Atlanta University. Alice also earned certification in Hospital and Home Instruction from Georgia State University. During her career as an educator, Alice worked in the Atlanta Public School System for 26 years where she served as an elementary, junior high, and high school teacher. She served as a Vocational Educational Teacher and department chairperson at Brown High, Douglass High, and Therrell High Schools. During the latter part of her tenure with the Atlanta Public Schools she served as a Hospital/Homebound Teacher. She retired in 1980 and became an English tutor in the Challenge Program at Georgia Institute of Technology. She later joined the staff of the Exceptional Education Department of Clark Atlanta University as a Resource Associate and Field Coordinator in the Comprehensive Inservice Training Project.

Alice was happiest when serving her family and humanity. She put her nursing skills and unique personality into the job of helping others. She and her beloved C.B. hosted many church, neighborhood, and school meetings in their home. She was well-known in the neighborhood and the wider community because of her involvement with children and with her Diamite business. She was a member of the Council for Exceptional Children, the NAACP, and the Georgia Retired Teachers Association. Being an active member of the Providence Missionary Baptist Church, she served faithfully on the Usher Board, and with the Deaconess Board. Her life was dedicated to the Lord, and she gave freely to her church, her family, and her friends.

Alice Eaton Feagan leaves to cherish her memory four sisters: Ora E. Williams, Tuskegee, Alabama; Bernice McEwen and Etta Evans, Detroit, Michigan; Lenora (Joseph) Bryant, San Francisco, California; and one brother: Dr. Lincoln (Rena) Eaton, Chicago, Illinois. A devoted and caring niece, Sharon E. Williams, and many other nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.

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  • Saturday, June 30, 2018
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
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  • Saturday, June 30, 2018
    May Family and Friends always cherish those precious memories that you shared and created with Alice, and may you find comfort in Gods word @Acts 24:15, John 6:40, Rev 21:4
    ~ The Hodge Family
  • Saturday, June 30, 2018
    My deepest sympathies to the Feagan family. I know that your family is experiencing the loss of a dear loved one. This indeed is a very painful time. Rest assured that our loving God, Jehovah, is certainly aware of how you're feeling. In His Word, the Bible, he promises to raise up our dear loved ones through the beautiful hope of a resurrection. (Acts 24:15) May "the God of comfort" give you the strength to get through the days ahead. (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4) If you would like to know more about the hope your dear loved ones have, feel free to visit
    ~ Brittany   IL
  • Sunday, July 29, 2018
    We deeply feel for what you and the family are going through. At times, there isn't much that can soothe the pain this grief brings, but you may find some comfort in the words of Psalms 9:9 which reads: "Jehovah will become a secure refuge for the oppressed, A secure refuge in times of distress." Yes, our Loving God can help if we allow him to (1John 5:14). He also has made the SURE promise of a resurrection right here on earth, when it is restored to a Paradise (Acts 24:15; Psalms 37:9-11,29). No, not just a dream, but for a certainty he will do it, for Isaiah 55:11 shows us that everything he says, he accomplishes without fail. You can find out more online at JW.ORG.
    ~ R&R Lopez
  • Tuesday, September 4, 2018
    I am very sorry for your loss. May the love of family, friends, and Almighty God bring you comfort and support during your time of grief and afterward. (Ps. 83:18; Isaiah 41:10) May the hope of a resurrection on a restored earth bring you peace. (Acts 24:15; Psalm 37:11, 29)
    ~ P. Henderson   CONYERS