Joseph Riley Fehr
September 21, 1997 – March 29, 2018
Survived by parents, Doug and Debby; siblings: Brady, Reagan, and Mitchell; grandparents, Ronald and Charlotte Fehr, Donald and Bebe Miller; also survived by Liese Rashid; aunts and uncles; cousins, and friends.
VISITATION: Tuesday, April 3rd from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. SERVICES: Wednesday, April 4th at 11am at All Saints Episcopal Church, 9302 Blondo. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Kim Foundation or as directed by the family.
Doug, Debby, and family,
Words cannot express the loss you’ve experienced. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Joe was an amazing young man and part of a family that has blessed so many of us in this community. You are in our prayers.
Our prayers go out to the family of this beautiful boy! I will keep the memories of he and Leise working at our farmers market booth forever. He was such a kind person! You all are in our thoughts and prayers!
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Fehr, Brady, Reagan and Mitchell,
The Jackson Davis family sends its deepest sympathies for your loss of Joe. Jackson was a freshman when Joe was a senior and they were in the same homeroom class. He was also a JV player that year. Jackson shared with us that Joe was always kind to him, in class and on the pitch. That’s a big deal for a nervous freshman. Our thoughts and prayers will remain with your family in the days ahead as you navigate a a path through. May Joe’s memory be always and only a blessing for you all.
With much love,
The Davis Family ~ Michelle, Rob and Jackson
Doug and Debbie, My heart breaks for you at the loss of your son. May your journey in loss be surrounded by family and friends.
-Dave and Kathy Campagna
We are thinking about you all and praying for God’s grace and understanding at this difficult time.
I am so very sorry!!! Words can’t express it!!! You and your family are in my prayers at this difficult time. My God wrap you in his arms!!
Sending our thoughts and prayers to comfort your family during this time of mourning. Please let us know if you need anything.
Westside Community Schools Human Resources Department
Dear Ron, Charlotte, Doug and Deb,
I am so sorry to hear this news of Joe. I pray that the Lord would give you comfort and strength in this difficult time and in the future. Blessings to you and your family.
Praying for God to embrace each of you, and give you strength, peace, and comfort at this most difficult time of loss. May happy times with Joe flood your minds and hearts, and keep him ever close. My deepest sympathy to your family.
Paula and I loved getting to know Joe in Cleveland some time ago. Now we cannot adequately express how sad we are about this tragedy. We are thinking of all of you every day.
You all have been in our thoughts and prayers since we heard the news. Praying for strength for all of you right now. Love you
Our hearts were broken when we learned of Joe’s passing. Great boy from a great family. Praying for peace and comfort for the many who knew and loved him.
My deepest condolences on this tragic tragic loss.. I taught Joe in physics at Drury and talked with him often and on over the last 1.5 years (about his interest in doing engineering in college after Drury, his soccer playing, and nebraska football), and never suspected a thing. I’m heartbroken. Truly stunned and heartbroken. And I feel so sad at your loss. My prayers go out to his entire family. I don’t know what else to say…
Our hearts are broken for you and everyone who loved Joe. He was such a good friend and very special to Christian. He was always smiling and so polite when we would visit. We are praying that God can help heal your hearts.
Dear Debby and Doug, Brady, Reagan, Mitchell and the entire extended Fehr and Miller Families,
Our deepest condolences. Joe -and the family that raised him- are big in our hearts. Praying for peace that surpasses understanding.
Gillian and David Hanus and Family
My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
I cannot imagine the grief you are feeling. Please know that Joe was a special young man and was well liked by my son, Parker. He may have been in this world for a short time but he made a big impact on those around him. May you find peace knowing that he was loved by so many and is now resting in the arms of the Lord.
Uncle Ron and Aunt Charlotte, Doug and Debby,
So incredibly sorry for you what you are going through. You haven’t been out of my thoughts and prayers since I heard the news.
Dear Doug and Debby,
Please know that we are thinking of you and praying for your healing during this sorrowful time. Please extend our condolences to Don and Bebe Miller and Ron and Charlotte Fehr. We miss you at Countryside Community Church. Your contributions remain strong and are honored. May you find the care and love of those around you comforting and give you hope in God’s love. May your hearts be filled with loving memories of Joe. God Bless and heal,
So very sorry for your loss ~Life ends but love does not. Lifting you all up in prayer.
Dear Fehr family,
I want to reach out to you on behalf of my family and express our sincere sorrow for your loss. We were very sorry to hear about Joe..
Clearly he was an outstanding individual and loved by many..
Our family lost our son at a similar age so we understand much about your devastation and loss. I hope sometime we can share stories and help you through your grief. Just know that we will be praying deeply for you in the days weeks and months ahead.
Mr. & Mrs. Fehr,
I have never met your son or you. I heard about what happened to your son in a very Omaha way; through a friend of a friend of a friend. I am the mother of two younger children and have not been able to stop thinking of you ever since I heard the story days ago. There just aren’t words. All I want to say is that your grief is being shared with complete strangers. I realize there is aboslutely nothing anyone can say to ease your pain and for this I am so sorry. I hope that a donation to the Kim Foundation will prevent this from happening to another family.
From a very sad parent, Lene’ Larson
Doug, Debbie and family,
We are so incredibly sorry for your loss of Joe and wish there was something more we could say. Please know we will always hold fond memories of your family and the times we shared in the balcony at Countryside. We are holding you in our thoughts and prayers.
Debby and Doug, Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Thinking and praying for your during this very difficult time.