J. Clarence Felciano died peacefully at home in Sebastopol, December 23, 1992. He was a practicing architect for 40 years with projects in Northern and Central California, with an office in Santa Rosa. A native of Sebastopol, age 84 years. A graduate of Santa Rosa High School 1926, Junior Certificate Santa Rosa Junior College 1928. AB Degree in Architecture University pf California Dec, 1931. Past President Active 20-30 Club of Santa Rosa #50, Santa Rosa member Knight of Columbus #1324 and Past Grand Knight, 4th Degree member, Archbishop Edw. J. Hanna Assembly Knights of Columbus. Former Santa Rosa Planning Commission for 13 years, chairman for 9 years; former Director Santa Rosa Savings for several years. Knighted a Knight of St. Gregory by Pope John XXIII in 1963. President of Santa Rosa Medical Supply Co., Inc. from 1968 to 1971; President of Bennett Valley Shopping Center, Inc. from 1971-1975; elected to College of Fellows American Institute of Architects 1979; past member of Sonoma County Parks and Recreation Commission for 20 years, chairman for 15 years; member of the Santa Rosa Diocesen Building Committee.
Mr. Felciano is the beloved husband of Teresa A. Felciano of Sebastopol. Loving father of Renee Felciano jaf Santa Rosa, Julie Ann Morris of Mill Valley. Adrienne T. Ammen of Palo Alto, Antoinette Miller of Sebastopol, Michael L. Felciano of Santa Rosa and the late John (Jack) C. Felciano, Jr. and Marc E. Felciano. Also survived by 18 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to attend a Vigil Rite Service on Sunday, December 27, 1992 at 7 00 p.m. at LAFFERTY & SMITH COLONIAL CHAPEL, 4321 Sonoma Hwy., Santa Rosa. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated for Mr. Felciano at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, December 28, 1992 at St. Eugene’s Cathedral with interment following at Calvery Catholic Cemtery. Friends may call at the COLONIAL CHAPEL after 12 Noon on Sunday, December 27th, for visitation. If preferred, contributions in his memory may be made to Hanna Boys Center, Cardinal Newman or Ursuline Memorial Fund.
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