Duane Feucht

November 8, 1944 - September 26, 2018


Visitation: Family will greet visitors from 4 to 6:00 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, at Anderson Funeral Home in Canton.
Service: Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday, October 1, at Bethany Reformed Church in Canton.

Fairview. Duane M. Feucht, 73, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at his home in Fairview. Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday, October 1, at Bethany Reformed Church in Canton. Family will greet visitors from 4 to 6:00 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, at Anderson Funeral Home in Canton.

Duane Merle Feucht was born November 8, 1944 on a farm near Rock Rapids, IA to Paul and Josephine (Van Engen) Feucht. He attended elementary school in Lester and graduated from Hills (MN) High School in 1963. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1964 to 1968. He later served in the Army National Guard. Duane married Helen Deems April 22, 1968. He worked as a welder, truck driver, and most recently for Hoogendorn Construction in Canton.

Duane married Teresa Winter on July 21, 1978. The couple made their home in Fairview. He will be remembered for telling inappropriate jokes and being a very giving and generous person. He also enjoyed woodworking, hunting for arrowheads, gardening and fishing.

Those grateful for having shared his life are: his wife, Teresa; daughters- Jennifer (Kelly) Cole, Yankton, Amy (Dylan) Eisman, Canton, and Bettina Gugat, Omaha, NE; sons- Matthew Feucht, Hudson and Christopher Feucht, Sioux City, IA; 9 grandchildren- Christopher, Jr., Karissa, Kameron, Adrianna, Edgar, Jaxon, London, Dean, and Pheobe; and three brothers- Doug (Renae), Baltic, Mike (Paula), Canton, and Lowell (Marleen), Canton. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Richard.

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  1. My sympathy to each of you in the unexpected loss of your loved one, Duane. My thoughts and prayers are with you and may God provide comfort as you face the days ahead.
    I have fond memories of the Feucht Family get-togethers of both the young and the old———lots of good home butchered, home grown and home cooked food; a lot of conversation; good interactive entertainment; and even a few heated political discussions.
    I still have a baby dress with lots of “little” detail that Aunt Jo sewed for me. I also have a bright blue and white checked child’s apron with cross-stitched swans on it…..I think one of you boys made it and I’m wondering if any of you remember making it?
    Thinking of you.

  2. I wanted to express my condolences to Duane Feucht’s wife, children, grandchildren, and especially his siblings, Doug, Mike, and Lowell. He always had a smile on his face and was so kind. May God give all of you peace and comfort with the loss of a brother, husband, father, and grandfather. I would have liked to come to visitation or the funeral and just couldn’t make it.

  3. We are so sorry to hear about your loss, Duane was one of a kind, he always had a joke or 2 to tell lol.. He will be missed by many. You all will be in our thoughts & prayers.
    Greg & Tara Ekle

  4. Sorry to hear of the unexpected passing of your loved one Duane. Even though I was a younger cousin, I have precious Feucht family memories of times we got together
    Praying God comforts you and your family during this difficult time.
    Our thoughts are with you…

  5. Sorry to hear about the unexpected passing of your loved one. Even though their are some years between us I have many precious family memories. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. Sorry to hear of your loss. Faucet family. We would be there had we heard before we left for Oklahoma on the 28. Your family was there for us.

  7. To all of you…As Dave lost his Dad last week…our prayer is for comfort and peace as you go through the upcoming days. And as time goes may you find joy in the memories you have as a family and celebrate in faith the eternal home that surrounds him. With Heart Felt Sympathy. Dave and Roni