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The Family Tree - August/September 2004
Past President of Sarasota St. Andrew Society


FLOWERS OF THE FOREST:

----- TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN - John Anthony "Tony" Fellows, 72, of Traverse City, died Tuesday, July 6, 2004,  Formerly of Englewood, Fla., he had been a resident of Traverse City for the past six years.
      Tony was a 1951 graduate of the Taft School in Watertown, Conn., and received a bachelor's of arts degree from Denison University in Ohio. He was employed in marketing and distribution by AC Spark Plug in Flint from 1955 through 1969. From 1969 through 1985, he was co-owner and operator of the George T. Zipp Lumber Co. in Petoskey. Mr. Fellows served as township supervisor of Resort Township in Petoskey for 10 years.

 He was  president of the Sarasota Scottish Club (the St. Andrew Society).

      Born Sept. 15, 1931, in Flint, he was the son of David Aitken and Ida Mary (Hicks) Fellows. On June 26, 1954, in Cleveland, he married the former Joahne Turk, who survives. Also surviving are two sons, Jack A. (Margaret) Fellows of Traverse City and Mark J. (Jean) Fellows of Portage; a brother, David Aitken (Jane) Fellows of Crystal River, Fla.; sister-in-law, Kay Morris of Tampa, Fla.; three grandchildren, Melissa, Nathaniel, and John; and four nieces.
      He was preceded in death by his parents.
      Memorial services was held this Saturday, July 10, 2004,at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Beulah. The Rev. Thomas C. Nelson will officiate the services. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery in Petoskey.
      Memorials may be directed to the building fund of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, any local Humane Society or to the charity of your choice.


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