Friend, father, husband and son-Dwayne Feimster has touched the heart and lives of many and through his own heartache continues to care for the ones he loves.
Feimster, a Huntington native, was born September 7, 1964 to parents, Curtis and Emma Feimster. Growing up, his father coached softball teams comprised of his sisters and many other hometown friends. Feimster was a Boy Scout and enjoyed spending time with his grandfather, who lived
He attended Mansfield High School and graduated with the class of 1982. Additionally, Feimster served as an active member on the Huntington Volunteer Fire Department.
In 1998, the couple had another child, a girl. “My dad was beyond excited,” said daughter, Suzanne Reggans. “He began coaching my sports
A few years later, in 2008, His wife Donna was diagnosed with breast cancer. While on several medications, chemo and radiation, Donna Feimster found the strength to continue caring for her family and children. “We lost her in February 2017 and things just haven’t been the same,” said Reggans.
Last year, Feimster once again suffered heartbreak at the loss of his best friend, Jim Cunningham. “The past few years have taken a toll on him, but one thing is for sure, he has a heart of gold. To be honest, his heart is bigger
Feimster is quite proud of his two daughters, Shariesa Feimster, who is currently a student at UCA, pursuing a speech pathology degree and