We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Fort Worth
Jackie "JR" Boy Feaster Jr, 60, died Thursday, September 15th, 2022, in his son's home from heart disease. Jackie died peacefully in his sleep. Jackie was born in Fort Worth, TX. He was raised in Ft Worth and Mansfield. He graduated from Mansfield High School. He followed his passion for driving as a Commercial Truck Driver for 20+ years. In his later years he owned a dump truck business and enjoyed driving for ride share companies.
He enjoyed playing pool, poker, and riding motorcycles. Taking long trips on his motorcycles with his brothers was one of his favorite past times, as well as poker games with family and friends. He enjoyed watching football - notably any team Tom Brady played for. Fishing was also high on his priority list. He enjoyed movies and television - especially westerns, action, and police shows. He enjoyed eating his brothers BBQ, and his favorite lunch was a baked potato with brisket on top. His retired days were spent with his family in Arlington - usually playing phone games, coloring with his granddaughters, and playing with the family dogs. He enjoyed collecting and showing off his coin collection.
Jackie was the kindest soul. He was extremely generous and would help anyone in need. He was a loving grandfather, father, son, brother, and uncle. He loved all our holiday get-togethers and catching up with family. He was always the first person to volunteer if you needed a ride somewhere or you needed vehicle help - you could always depend on him.
He was preceded in death by his father - Jackie Feaster Sr, stepmother - Carolyn Feaster, stepfather - Jerry Schoonover, and his brother Steven Hilliard.
He is survived by his son Logan Feaster, granddaughters Kimber and Cambria, his mother Sharon Schoonover, brothers Michael and Jason Elliot, sisters Janet Dobranich and Josie Feaster.
"I will miss my baby every day, every moment, every breath. He was the best son, father, grandfather, brother, and uncle anyone could have wished for." - Love Mom.
Services will be held privately.