John Franklin Fewell

John Franklin Fewell, 58, of Winchester, Virginia passed away on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at Winchester Medical Center.

Services will be at a later date.

John was born on June 1, 1963 in Virginia to the late, William Fewell and Shirley Davis. He is also preceded by his nephew DD Southers and his niece Jessica Baker.

Surviving John is his siblings, Kathy Southers (Dannie) of Winchester, Virginia and Peggy Baker also of Winchester; and numerous nieces and nephews.

John was one of a kind. He was the family clown and loved by many.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Maddox Funeral Home 105 W Main St. Front Royal, Virginia 22630

  5 comments for “John Franklin Fewell

  1. Sharon
    October 11, 2021 at 2:20 pm

    Johnny you will truly be missed, you always made us laugh with your silly, crazy ways which was one of the things we all loved about you besides your kind loving ways.
    I sure missed the times we all spent together and was sadden when the family seemed to had gone their separate ways.
    Rest easy my loving cousin, spread your wings and fly high. 😥♥️🙏

  2. Sherry Robinson
    October 11, 2021 at 2:46 pm

    Oh John Boy where do I start? It’s so hard to believe your gone, I will always cherish our fun times here at Fourwinds and as kids growing up with family gatherings, you always made me laugh and put a smile on my face no matter how I felt.. May you Rest In Peace and fly high, spread them wings.. give everyone a big hug for me there in heaven. I will always love and miss you! 😢💔❤️

  3. April Harris
    October 11, 2021 at 7:59 pm

    Uncle johnny im so lost 4 words i dont know even know where 2 start except 2 say your whole entire family loved you more than anything in this world u were most definately the family clown you were unique there will never be another one like u i will always cherish our memories
    especially when u went 2 ocean city with us
    My heart is shattered n my life will never
    be the same fly high my beautiful angel
    And tell all my loved ones i love them
    and miss them

  4. Gary Hensley
    October 12, 2021 at 10:41 pm

    I wasn’t ready for a call from Danny, when he called and said you had passed away. I have a lot of memories of all the crazy times we had growing up from Elementary School when you were giving everyone the answers on a test we had from the teachers desk. We had a lot of good times fishing with Grandad and Grandma, especially when we drink all his beer and he was Hot!! You always had me laughing! I’m going to miss you, and I will always remember the Good Times!! Love you! Gary

  5. Angel
    October 13, 2021 at 8:45 pm

    John boy, oh tucker. How you hated that but you was always Granny’s tucker boy. The BEST uncle anyone could have asked for but more like my brother and best friend. Life is never gonna be the same. My heart doesn’t wanna believe this. Why did you leave me? It’s an answer I’ll never get. You are with all of our loved one’s and I hope when you seen Dd you two had a blast finally meeting up again. Life will never be the same down here and I won’t have my person to be my saving grace. The memories we made I’ll cherish forever and please watch over us all. We loved you deeply and I hope you knew that. Thank god, my babies got to have you for a short period and Rino will always remember you and I pray Brae does also. I hope you tear heavens floors up because they got a good one. I know you are at peace and this is something I’ll never get over. Till we see each other again I’ll carry your wildness along with me. I love you so much. RIP Johnny and please give everyone I miss tons of love from me. Forever and always the greatest uncle in the world. 😘❤

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