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Kindra Ann Fegley

February 26, 1962 - December 6, 2016


Kindra Ann Fegley, 54, passed away Tuesday December 6th at Salem Hospital.  She was born February 26, 1962 to parents Vernon E. and JoAnn F. Casey Coates.  She married John Fegley on May 6, 1989 at the Woodland Chapel in Salem.  She was a registered nurse and was well-known for providing excellent care to patients and exceptional support to fellow co-workers and staff.  In her leisure time, she enjoyed reading, baking, sewing and cross stitch. 

Kindra is survived by her beloved husband, John; parents Vernon E. and JoAnn F. Coates; daughter Krista (Ian) Campbell; brothers Mark Allen (Diane) Coates and David Michael Coates; 3 nieces and 2 nephews.  Kindra was delighted to be welcoming her first Granddaughter, who is due in February 2017.

A Memorial Service is planned for 3:00 pm, Saturday, December 10th at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. 

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John I am so very sorry for your loss. I also lost my dear wife in her early 50's. it is so hard to start your life over. What can help is being supported by family and friends. The Bible calls death our enemy at 1Cor 15:26 "And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing". John please visit the website JW.org there on the home page click on bible teachings than bible questions answered. You will be surprised at what the Bible teachings on subject of death. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time. 



John and Krista,
My heart goes out to you two on the loss of your lovely wife and mother. I have no idea how much this must hurt, but, I hope and pray that you will find peace and healing in this time of grief.
 Bob
Champaign, IL