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Amy Denton Fegan

Amy Denton Fegan, 40, passed away March 8, 2019 after a long courageous battle with thyroid cancer. She was born Nov. 17, 1978 in Richmond, IN the daughter of James Denton and Barbara Phenis. Amy graduated from Randolph Southern High School and then attended Ivy Tech College.
Survivors include her children, Sierra Fegan, Austin Fegan both of Cambridge City, IN; mother, Barbara Phenis of Lynn, IN; father, James (Susie) Denton of Richmond, IN; siblings, Brian Denton, James Denton both of Lynn, IN, Chris (Marcy) Phenis of Winchester, IN, Jamie (Travis) Coats of Portland, IN, Hayley Phenis of Greenville, OH; great grandma, Erlabell Petry; aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews also.
She was preceded by her beloved father, DuWayne Phenis; maternal grandparents, John and Stella Younger; paternal grandparents James and Shirley Denton; and a brother, Todd Denton.
Visitation is 4-6 PM Friday March 15, 2019 at the Reichard Funeral Home Inc., 400 W. Deerfield Rd., Union City, IN. Services will follow at 6 PM with pastor Greg Pruitt officiating. Burial will be held later at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the family to help offset final expenses with envelopes available at the funeral home. Online condolences may be expressed at www.reichardfh.com

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Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. When someone you love dies, you often find some measure of comfort in the memories you have. Something else that can bring comfort is the knowledge that you are not alone in your remembrance of them. John 5:28, 29: Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out... The term memorial tombs as used in this verse carries the implication of preserving the memory of the one who has died. In this context it suggests that the person who died is remembered by God. So overtime you may feel that you are the only one who remembers your loved one, but God has not forgotten then. His memory is not ravaged by time, and he will use his memory to restore life to those who have fallen asleep in death. May this knowledge bring you comfort during this difficult time.

LJ Mar 13 2019 12:00 AM