Barry Fecke
December 7, 1950  -  November 26, 2018

Barry Fecke

Loran Fawcett Chapel
704 Indiana
Neodesha, KS  66757
Thursday, November 29, 2018
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
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Funeral Service
Neodesha Methodist Church
802 Indiana
Neodesha, KS  66757
Friday, November 30, 2018
2:00 p.m.
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Neodesha Cemetery
Neodesha, KS  66757

First United Methodist Church
802 Indiana
Neodesha, KS  66757

W.A. Rankin Library
502 Indiana
Neodesha, KS  66757

I served in the Army.

Barry Fecke, age 67, died on November 26, 2018 in Neosho, MO. He was born on December 07, 1950 to Arthur Carl and Delia (Nolan) Fecke in Dayton, Ohio. He graduated from Trotwood-Madison in 1970. He joined the Army in 1970 and left in 1972. He worked at Neodesha Plastics for 20 years before retiring. He was a member at the Neodesha Eagles. He was always willing to help anyone who needed it. He married Carolyn (Cretcher) Fecke in 1976, they subsequently divorced in 1986. He is survived by his children: Bill, (Kimber Shields) Fecke of Joplin, MO; Jimmy (Makoto) Fecke of Plattsmouth, NE; Kenneth Fecke of Independence, KS; Cynthia (Kye) Glenn of Burlington, KS; Robert (Kristen) Fecke of Neosho, MO. His grandchildren: Ringo, Kara, Kenny, Josh, Sakura, Audriannah, Willa, Kenzi, and Thomas; and his brother John Fecke of Dayton, OH. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Gerry. His funeral service will be held at the Neodesha Methodist Church, 802 Indiana St., Neodesha, Kansas on Friday November 30, 2018 2:00 pm with Rev. Carl Ellis and Pastor Hans Hazen officiating. Burial will follow at Neodesha Cemetery in Neodesha, KS. The family will greet friends from 6:00pm to 8:00 pm on Thursday November 29, 2018 at the Loran Fawcett Chapel in Neodesha, KS. Memorials can be left in Barry’s name to the First United Methodist Church in Neodesha or the W.A. Rankin Library in Neodesha. On-Line condolences can be left to the family by going to


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  1. Susan Cooper lLopez
    La Jolla, CA

    Barry was my mother’s (Betty Cooper) neighbor for many years. He was always very kind and and helpful to her and she adored him. He was a a good man and will be missed.

  2. Nancy Taylor
    Springfield, MO

    Barry...what can I say? You are one of a kind. Remember all those motorcycle rides we went on? I couldn't attempt to count the miles I traveled on the back of that bike. We were both a lot younger then...yes I was still in high school, no don't do the math. Lol.
    Throughout all the years, you were a constant. So steadfast. Glad that I got to have you as my brother-in-law, and my brother-out-law.
    Love ya, Nancy

  3. Mary Meckley
    Neodesha, KS

    Barry was always so sweet and what a sense of humor! He will be missed!

  4. Thalia & Tom Brown
    Columbus, OH

    What we have enjoyed, we can never lose. When you speak of him, do so lovingly for those we love deeply become a part of us that can never be lost.

    Although we are unable to be there with you, know that we are with you in love and prayers.

    No eye has ever seen, no ear has ever heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love Him. 1 Cor 2:9

    Cousin Thalia & Tom Brown

  5. Susie Tucker
    Magnolia, MS

    Dear family of Barry,
    Rodney and I would like to convey our sincere sympathy for your loss of your dad/grandfather. Barry was a good friend/neighbor to us for the many years when we lived in Neodesha. May Jesus comfort you in the coming days.
    Rev. Rodney and Susie Tucker

  6. Victoria Johnson
    Neodesha, KS

    Prayers to the family. He was a good kind person. Condolences from the Johnson family.

  7. Mary Ann Campbell
    Oronogo, MO

    Robert and family, so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers with you at this difficult time.

  8. Beth (Bushong) Yeary
    New Lebanon,, OH

  9. Kristen (aka your squirt)
    Neosho, MO

    I can’t even begin to tell you how much you’ve meant to me. It was a honor being your squirt and loving me as a daughter. I will forever be your short buddy and will keep the Mighty Mouse mentality in your honor.

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