Ralph Jerrald Feddernan, of Pocomoke City, MD, began his story of life on July 15th, 1943. He departed this life at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital, in Onley, VA, on Tuesday, August 25th, 2020 after losing his battle with a lingering illness. He was born to the late Lawrence Harmon and Elsie Fedderman, both of Atlantic, VA. Mr. Feddernan had been a member of St. John’s United Methodist Church, since he was a young boy. He was also a member of the United States Army, where he served during the Vietnam War. He was proud of his service to this country and spoke of it in some manner daily.

Prior to retirement, he worked as a truck driver, waterman and doing various other jobs, as he was in love with the idea of being his own boss. He had a big heart and would help anyone he could, and never said no.

Left to cherish his memories are his two daughters Lavion (Kevin Sr.) Bratten of Pocomoke City, MD and Fawn (Jason) Wallace of Norfolk, VA; and one sister, Althea Goodwine, of Pocomoke City, MD. Alongside his children, he will be greatly missed by his five grandchildren: Kiara and Kevin Bratten, Jr. of Pocomoke City, MD and Amy, Jason Jr., and Sophia Wallace, of Norfolk, VA; three friends like brothers: El Sayed Abuzaid of Ocean City, MD, Curtis Wright of Berlin, MD, and James Drummond, of Georgetown, DE; a host of nieces, nephews, and other family. In addition to his father and mother, Ralph Feddernan was preceded in death by one daughter, Kelly Harmon, three sisters, Eliose Harmon, Winnie Fedderman, and Mildred Savage, and one brother, Milton Fedderman.

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