Lloyd Fegans, Jr., affectionately known as "Pete" was called from earthly labor to heavenly rest on Thursday, July 5, 2018, at University of Maryland Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly, Maryland. He was born May 7, 1959, to the late Lloyd Fegans, Sr. and Nellie Tisdale Fegans in Kenbridge, Virginia. He was the oldest of four siblings.
Lloyd was educated in the District of Columbia Public School System. He attended Carver Elementary then went on to Roper Junior High School. In 1977, he received his high school diploma from Phelps Vocational High School.
On December 5, 1979, Lloyd was blessed with a son, Antwain. Antwain would grow to continue the Fegans "tradition" in being an athlete, exceling in just about every sport. On June 10, 1994, he would receive another blessing, his daughter Jere Alicia.
In December 1994, Lloyd joined the Second New Saint Paul Baptist Church, Washington, DC under the leadership of the late Rev. Dr. Edgar L. Williams. He later rededicated his life to Christ under the leadership of the Rev. Nathaniel Benjamin, Jr.
Lloyd was employed by different agencies; FEMA, All Star Utilities, and his last place of employment EBA Engineering to name a few. In 2014, Lloyd was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Pete loved sports and was quite the athlete; his passion was baseball. He played on various baseball teams from childhood (Ardmore Boys & Girls Club) well into adulthood; he played for "The A's" for over 20 years. He was a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan prompting a lot of trash talking between he and his daughter Jere who is a die-hard Washington Redskins fan.
Pete loved his family; especially the children. He loved traveling down to the country for family reunions, to make the famous Brunswick stew or just to get away. He loved to tell stories of driving the tractor, picking tobacco, and helping Uncle John Nelson in the garden. Pete was a great cook, he also enjoyed baking, painting, and shooting fireworks for the family on the 4th of July.
Left to cherish his life and memory, his son, Antwain and daughter, Jere Fegans; five grandchildren Kaprice, Sincere, and Treasur Stewart; Kamari and Ramelo Fegans; three great-granddaughters Lay'Yanna, Lauren, and Octavia Stewart; loving mother Nellie Fegans; two brothers Wayne (Genevieve) and Ardie (Sabrina) Fegans; a sister Tanya (Sheldon) Brown; godfather John Hill, Sr.; three nephews, Nathaniel Williams, Sheldon and Shalen Brown; four nieces, Teshawna Miller, Katrina Lewis, Latoya Thompson, Kayla Rollins, and K'lani Morton; special cousin Deborah Newton; devoted friends Sandra Smith and Teresa Stevenson; nine aunts, Mary Triplett, Marion Ghee, Dorothy Hatchett, Mary Mingo, Luevenia Jackson, Florid Brown, Bessie Fegans, Blanche Fegans, Norma Fcgans; four uncles, James Tisdale, Willie G. Taylor, Sam Mingo, William Hatchett, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends.