Urban Feasel Obituary, Death – Urban E. Feasel, a resident of Tiffin, Ohio, passed away in the comfort of his own home on the evening of Tuesday, December 6, 2022. He was 93 years old. The history of Urban may be traced back to a time when it was hardly unknown. He was born in 1929, and throughout the Great Depression, he spent his childhood growing up in the rural areas of Bascom. After transferring his family to Tiffin, he finally became engaged to BettyLou Shultz and married her in the year 1946.

This occurred after he had already moved his family there. Her passing occurred on August 6th, 2022, which was exactly one year from now. They were responsible for the upbringing of four children: Dan (Janet), Suzanne, and Jim Feasel, as well as Linda (Ken, who has since died away) Hetzel. All of their children are now adults. In addition, there were ten grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, and two great, great grandchildren born from this family tree. A total of 23 great-great grandchildren were also present.

Urban’s personal credo was the adage “Hard work and enough of it,” and he took delight in each and every one of his painstaking activities. The proverb was a play on the phrase “Hard work and enough of it.” If he came across you in the vicinity, he would immediately put you to work alongside the other people. He started his own building company, Feasel Builders, when he was still a young man and continued to be actively employed in the construction industry well into his 80s. If you have been to Tiffin at any point in your life, there is a strong possibility that you have seen one of the houses that he constructed there.

This winter, as a direct result of his efforts, many houses are toasty and warm. These benefits, which will continue to be enjoyed for many decades after he has passed away, are directly attributable to him. Following the conclusion of the private mass that will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church at a later date, both Urban and BetyLou will be laid to rest in the cemetery that is immediately adjacent to the church. A nonprofit organization of the donor’s choosing may receive memorial contributions in honor of the person who has passed away.