Timothy Shepard Feiock
Timothy Shepard Feiock passed away peacefully at home on Sept. 13, 2020. A native Pennsylvanian and lifelong resident, he and his three siblings were raised in Allport by their parents, Robert and Dorothy Cromshaw. In 1965, he graduated from West Branch High School as reigning Athlete of the Year and went on to attain a degree in health and physical education from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania. He spent the next 30 years pursuing his vocation as a teacher at Canton Elementary School. He was well-known in Canton as a longtime football, wrestling and softball coach.
He was paralyzed in an accident at the age of 26, but spent the next half-century proving that such a disability needn’t get in the way of living a full and happy life amongst friends and family. He relocated to Muncy, in 2015 where he and his family became part of the Hughesville Friends Church. The fellowship he gained there was a tremendous help to Tim and his family through his later bouts with illness. He was a kind and loving husband, father and friend whose devotion to God came first.
He is survived by wife, JoAnne Feiock (nee Smith); daughters, Jennifer Syed (nee Feiock), Eary Coombs (nee Feiock), Lisa McGuigan, and Laura Noon; sons, Michael Greenberg, Quinn Feiock, Trent Feiock, Benjamin Feiock, and Elon Feiock; siblings, Deborah Streamer (nee Feiock), Francie Connell (nee Cromshaw), and Gilbert Cromshaw; three half siblings, Margo Peters (nee Feiock), Richard Clark Feiock, and Shawn Feiock; and five grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his biological father, Jack Feiock.