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Roberta Feagans

In Loving Memory

Feagans, Roberta Frances (nee Falleri)

July 17, 1935 - September 3, 2023


Sunday September 3, 2023.

Beloved mother of Butch (Lisa) Feagans, Amy (Jim) Sullivan and the late Vicki (surviving Denny) Simonavice; dear grandmother of Eric, Sara, Benny, Jake, Nick and Chris; dear sister of Frank (the late Carol) Falleri; dearest neighbor for over 40 years of John and Vicki Sioumcas; dear aunt, cousin and friend.

Known for being a wonderful cook with a flair for desserts, Bobbi was always introducing coworkers to a new recipe.

She was a Mopar woman whose favorite car was her ’74 Cuda.

Bobbi worked for St. Anthony’s Medical Center, both Hyland and Hyland Adolescent Centers for over 30 years. She started her career at Hyland in the dietary department. She concluded it 31 years later as a Unit Secretary at the Adolescent Center. She was friends with everyone at Hyland.. Her humor was timeless, and she was witty until the end.

She never turned down the opportunity to travel. Whether it was flying to Sweden or driving to Tunica.

Services: Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois, Saturday September 16 10:30 AM until services at 12:30 PM.



13 thoughts on “Feagans, Roberta Frances (nee Falleri)”

  1. RIP to The OG, best unit secretary, best dessert maker & best road trip buddy. One of the last things you said to me Bobbi was “I want to go home.” and now you are.

  2. Bobbi and I hadn’t seen each other in several years. I will be forever grateful to Amy for contacting all of Bobbi’s former Hyland co-workers. The times we visited together in the last few weeks are times I will cherish forever. Bobbi was funny, sarcastic, smart, and an incredible cook (especially her legendary desserts). The time we spent together at work made a very difficult job much easier. Our shared love of Elvis and Freddie Mercury will bond us forever! Bobbi has a wonderful family and I was fortunate to spend a Christmas with them. I’m not even sure how that happened. But to be included in her family Christmas was a high honor! I will miss you Bobbi, but I can’t help thinking about all the incredible desserts that are being enjoyed in heaven right now. I’m sure as soon as Bobbi arrived a long line formed for some of her many delicacies!

    • I am so glad you were able to get together and reminisce! And she was so delighted when the whole gang showed up. She truly was surprised.

  3. Bobbi was such a kind & thoughtful lady! I will always remember her and the wonderful impression she made on everyone. Rest in Peace!

  4. Bobbi will be greatly missed by everybody at DeGreef, absolutely everybody loved her. She was the sweetest person, had such a great sense of humor and was always a pleasure to be around. Bobbi really was a special person, there are some patients that you never forget, I know Bobbi will be one of them. Thank you for letting us get to know her.

    • What a wonderful tribute! Thank you, Rachel. To the entire DeGreef team, please know that your support and kindness will never be forgotten.

  5. Bobbi,
    I enjoyed every minute when we worked together. We had a great team and I think you were the glue that held us all together. You showed compassion to the clients we served. I loved hearing stories about the grandkids you loved so much. Some of your coworkers would tease each other about who you liked the best. I believe it was me but everyone else thought it was them. This is because you made everyone feel special. Everyone was your favorite and you there’s
    Rest in peace my friend.

  6. Love you and always will remember you for the love you gave to my brother, myself, Amy, and Mom. I’ll never forget going to the fairs with you at Kimswick or St Genevieve. The old black and yellow Cuda will never be forgotten! Your grandson will always think of you with love and joy in my heart. Thank you for everything Grandma!


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