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Felicia Marie Eads
Felicia Marie Eads, 39, of St. James, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 10, 2020, at her residence in St. James.
Felicia was born on November 11, 1980, in Rolla, a daughter to Michael Olms of Steelville and Etta (Wilkinson) White of St. James.
Felicia was a 1998 graduate of St. James High School. She served in the United States Army.
Felicia was employed at Silverstone Nursing Home in Rolla as a CNA for 4 years. She enjoyed being outside in nature especially fishing, frogging, camping and hunting. Her greatest enjoyment was spending time with her children and family.
In addition to her parents, Felicia is survived by; two children, Austin Lee Canaday of Rolla and Skye Marie Eads of Rolla; an adopted daughter, Jazmine Brinkley of Rolla; her fiancés Tim Baker of Rolla, one brother, William Olms of Steelville, Stepfather, Benjamin White of St. James; step mother, Shannon Olms of Steelville; her paternal grandmother, Venita Olms of Steelville; five aunts, Victoria Lynn Keys of Steelville, Deborah Ann Wilkinson of Steelville, Rena Stulce of Cuba, Donna Combs of Bourbon and Valley Becker of Steelville;; one uncle, Ercil Wilkinson of the State of Kentucky and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.
Felicia was preceded in death by a brother, Johnathon Tucker; maternal grandparents, Johnnie and Rilma Wilkinson; paternal grandfathers, Jack Olms; three aunts, Charlotte Jean Sanders, Janet Mullins and Pam Land.
Memorial Service will be held at a later date and will be updated on our website once it has been set.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family of Felicia Marie Eads in care of Rolla Cremation and Memorial PO Box 1602 Rolla, Mo 65402.
Arrangements are under the direction of Rolla Cremation and Memorial (573-341-0220) www.rollacremation.com
Every time I go to Silverstone to visit my mother my heart breaks a little. We loved Felicia; she was the best CNA the facility ever had. She made everyone have a better day because of her spunky, quirky positive personality. I loved her! When someone is good and kind to your invalid mother you cannot help but love them. To me, she seemed like a kid. I was sure she wasn't more than twenty-so young at heart. Will treasure her memory.
Linda Wells Jul 3 2020 12:00 AM