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Felycia K. Bearden

Felycia K. Bearden

April 30th, 1985 February 4th, 2020

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Obituary for Felycia K. Bearden

BEARDEN, Felycia K., of Arlington, passed unexpectedly on February 4, 2020. Beloved daughter of the late Ann Marie (Duggan) and David G. Bearden. Wife of the late Timothy Droz. Proud mother of Jayden Provenzano, and Thomas and Taryn Droz. Loving aunt to Colin and Nolan Wilson, Chase Blades, and Tessa Young. Loving sister of Cassey Wilson and her husband John, and Shannon Young and her husband Dennis. Felycia is also survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Visiting Hours will be held from the Keefe Funeral Home, 5 Chestnut St., (Rt.60, adjacent to St. Agnes Church) ARLINGTON on Tuesday from 5-8PM. Her Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday at St. Agnes Church at 11:30AM. Burial in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Arlington. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Felycia’s memory to the American Diabetes’ Assoc., www.diabetes.org.

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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 | 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    Keefe Funeral Home - Arlington
    5 Chestnut St.
    Arlington, MA
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    Tuesday, February 11th, 2020
    5:00pm - 8:00pm
  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, February 12th, 2020 | 11:30am
    Saint Agnes Church
    51 Medford Street
    Arlington, MA
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    Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
    11:30am
    Relatives and Friends are kindly invited to go directly to the Church before Mass.
  • Interment

    Mount Pleasant Cemetery
    Medford Street
    Arlington, MA
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Sandy Bearden

Felycia you are loved and will be missed. The struggles of this world now no longer exist. I pray that you rest in peace🙏
Comment | Posted at 02:46pm via Condolence
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MaryBeth Bearden

Our dear Felly - when I met your Uncle Tony, he spoke of his 3 nieces who had moved to Boston and his heart ached from missing you. He spoke of the oldest, Felycia and how he would babysit and take any heat if you had been mischievous. Years later, I was finally able to meet you and it was as if I had known you all along! And Uncle Tony was still covering for you lol - he let you drive my Thunderbird and you had bumped something and dinged my fender. But he took the blame - I still have no clue what happened that day. I remember when I flew to Boston for Cassey and John's wedding; I was only just meeting Cassey and Shannon for the first time! You and Jay picked me up from the airport and I met baby Jayden; I have a picture you snapped of me talking to him on the bed. I remember the chats on the phone and the way you called me auntie; how you doted on Savannah, you called her your baby sister. I laugh now recalling the bucket challenge (I have the video saved somewhere); Uncle Tony up in the back of his truck to pour a bucket of ice over your head.

So many memories, so much laughter and love. These are the memories I will hold of you forever.

Rest easy now sweet girl and know you held a piece of my heart and will miss you so very much.

Love always, Auntie MaryBeth
Comment | Posted at 07:17pm via Condolence
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Leilani Kay Bearden Rue

She was my first grand child, my first granddaughter. I was so in awe of her beauty, her vivacious personality even as an infant. Her hair was intense, and her eyes were breath-taking. She was adored by all of her Georgia and Bostonian family. I flew to Boston just as soon as David and Anne were back in the states. David told me she cried the whole flight from Germany. She had dual citizenship because she was born in Germany when David and Anne were young parents serving in our United States Army. She loved Mickey Mouse and I threw her a 4th birthday bash. Mickey of course was there. Little did she know her Uncle Tony was dressed up as Mickey. They danced and ate Mickey Mouse ice cream and didn’t miss a beat. I am so thankful and amazed that no matter the length of time or the distance that separated the two families, the memories of myself and her Pop never faded from her mind. She would give the best hugs and kisses. As a young child here in Georgia, I took her everywhere with me. We went to see “All Dogs Go To Heaven” together. Once I had a puppy when Felycia was visiting and of course, she kept it inside my house when I wasn’t home. (Guess who cleaned up the mess when I got home.) My family always loved and enjoyed those 3 little girls with their “Grandma” - She grew up with my daughters and became “Felly” - She spent time with her Aunt Judy and crazy Uncle Pete and all of the cousins. She knew she was loved. Tough love sometimes, yet loved no matter the circumstance.
She loved my pot roast and mashed potatoes made southern style. She knew my favorite color was red, so usually when I bought her some clothes, I made sure she would receive something red always keeping my memory alive. After Shannons’ wedding this past year, there was a post about Massachusetts Ave that Felycia had placed on Facebook. I responded with my experience about Massachusetts Avenue. Soon I received a call from Felycia and she was laughing so much, she couldn’t talk. I just concluded we had not been on the same street called Massachusetts Avenue!
Time flew by and we have laughed and cried together throughout the years. Today, I cry for that baby I held so many years ago. And yet God has blessed me with the pleasure of holding two of her babies. I walk by faith and not by sight. I believe in miracles and expect miracles from God in his time. My expectation and prayer is that I will get to hold her other two babies in my lifetime.
I burst out laughing of recent times and situations. She loved all of her of Georgia family and we hold onto that love as it is the tie that binds.
She was welcomed to her heavenly home October 3, 2020 and there is no more pain and no more sorrow for my first grandchild. She will be held in high esteem and loved by all of us forever and ever.

Until we meet again, Pretty Girl!
I love you,
Grandma 💔❤️🙏✝️
Comment | Posted at 03:06pm via Condolence
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