Douglas Martin Feuhs

douglas feuhs

May 4, 1962 ~ September 18, 2017

Douglas Martin Feuhs was born May 4, 1962 in Tomball, Texas to Richard and Clara (Taylor) Feuhs. He was a graduate of Madisonville High School in 1980. He grew up on the family dairy farm, milking cows alongside his dad and brother. He held many jobs throughout the years, but found his true passion as the owner and operator of Big County Leather, making all types of handmade leather goods. Mostly he enjoyed regaling his customers with his stories and life tales, because Doug never met a stranger. One of his favorite pastimes was attending the Renaissance Festival every year, always dressing the part and enjoying all the food.

Doug is preceded in death by his father, Richard Feuhs.

He is survived by his mother, Clara Feuhs of Normangee, a son Bryson Feuhs of Bedias, daughter Lydia Miller and husband Randall of Huntsville, and son Heath Feuhs of Normangee. A sister, Patricia Daley and husband David of Normangee and a brother Daniel Feuhs and wife Caryn of Normangee. Grandsons Westyn and Eastyn Miller of Huntsville and numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial Service is set for Friday, September 22, 2017 at 10:00 AM in the chapel of Cozart Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, family asks that donations be made to the American Heart Association in Honor of Douglas.

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  1. Doug was a super sweet classmate. It sadens my heart deeply. Sending my love hugs, & prayers to his family & Friends. RIP Doug

  2. Lydia & Bryson, I am so very sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing.

    Erwin and I saw Doug and Bryson about 2 months ago in College Station , and we had a really nice visit.

    We won’t be able to make the service but please know you will be in our thoughts and Prayers.

    Love Aunt Allyne & Uncle Erwin

  3. My heart is aching. I can’t believe he is gone…his goofiness and quick smile will be missed! He made me laugh.
    Mom, Trish, Danny & Family, my prayers are with you all…

  4. So sorry for your loss & Will keep family in our thoughts & prayers as you all go through this difficult time in your lives.

  5. My heart is heavy knowing we won’t see him anymore at Jewett flea market. We spoke every month he came. He was always so very nice. I truly can’t imagine not seeing him there anymore. He personal made arm guard for my daughter, custom made me a purse and wallet my husband ordered and always so cheerful. You could not ask for a more caring friend. May he rest in peace knowing he was loved by many. I know his family will miss him more then anything. Praying for their heavy hearts and praying they know how much he loved the. Doug you will truly be missed.

  6. My deepest sympathy to the family and I’m sorry I could not be there for the memorial. Praying for healing for the family and friends, I will always remember Doug as a friend and great story teller and cousin. Go rest high on that mountain Doug

  7. Doug has been my good friend for as long as I can remember. I have many wonderful memories of the times we spent together. He was always caring and giving. He called just last week to make sure we were ok after Hurricane Irma hit Miami. He went and visited my Dad in the nursing home and would let me know how he was. Doug you will be missed more than words can say. I pray you knew how much you were loved. May you rest in peace with the Lord. Edwin Dossett

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