“My dad was a great man,” Randy Feger’s daughter Taylor Ann wrote about her father. “He was standing up for one of our family members when this guy did what he did to him.”
Feger died last month after he sustained injuries in a physical confrontation at Pirates Cove Bar & Grill.
Taylor went on to say that her dad “wasn’t one to start fights,” and that he didn’t drink a lot, adding that drinking had nothing to do with what happened to him.
“I know a man who saw the other man run away,” she said. “It hurts, seeing as though I have no parents anymore and seeing that both my parents were murdered. We buried my father yesterday. What if it had been your dad?”
Other family members commented as well, one noting that Feger’s family didn’t have any hatred for the suspect whose actions ultimately caused his death.
Taylor said she feels differently, though.
“That was my grandma speaking (Randy’s mom),” she posted. “I have different opinions. That man took my only parent away.”
“I don’t know what really happened but let the truth be told, God knows and will handle business.” Derrick Frazier, who said he has known Feger and his brother Scott for 30 years, said. “I would hate to be the person that has to answer to God for that crime on judgment day.”
Feger’s cousin, JT, posted that Feger was one of the strongest men he has ever known.
“What happened to him was uncalled for, it was terrible,” JT said. “Words cannot express the feeling we all have knowing that someone took his life. I hope and pray the police do not stop until they get justice for this terrible crime.”
Read more about Randy Feger on Patch
- Florissant Man Injured at Washer Tournament Taken Off Life Support
- Police: Florissant Man Beaten in Bar Fight Has Died
- What Really Happened to Randy Feger?
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