Antoinette Feyder lost her battle with multiple sclerosis on Sunday, July 22, 2018. She passed peacefully in her beloved Idyllwild home with her family by her side.

She was born June 11, 1945, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She traveled as a young adult, teaching English in Montreal and New York. She moved to Miami to manage a large tour company specializing in the Caribbean.

She married in 1975 and the new couple enjoyed the Florida lifestyle, travel and their home on the water in Dania until relocating to Los Angeles in 1979.

There, Antoinette raised her two children and re-discovered her passion for art. As a member of the Torrance Art Guild, she was recognized as Artist of the Year and received art show honors.

The Feyders moved to Idyllwild in 2006 where Antoinette reveled in the four seasons, her white Christmases and her daffodils at the coming of spring.

Antoinette is survived by her loving husband Michael, daughter Jennifer Enoch of Harbor City and son Christopher of Long Beach. She was grandmother to Mia, 4, Hudson, 2-1/2, and Madison, 2.

A celebration of her life was held at the family home.

Antoinette’s family is extremely grateful for the love and care she received while in hospice care. They are indebted to the nurses and caregivers provided by Visiting Nurse Association of Riverside County.

Antoinette Feyder lost her battle with multiple sclerosis on Sunday, July 22, 2018. She passed peacefully in her beloved Idyllwild home with her family by her side.

She was born June 11, 1945, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She traveled as a young adult, teaching English in Montreal and New York. She moved to Miami to manage a large tour company specializing in the Caribbean.

She married in 1975 and the new couple enjoyed the Florida lifestyle, travel and their home on the water in Dania until relocating to Los Angeles in 1979.

There, Antoinette raised her two children and re-discovered her passion for art. As a member of the Torrance Art Guild, she was recognized as Artist of the Year and received art show honors.

The Feyders moved to Idyllwild in 2006 where Antoinette reveled in the four seasons, her white Christmases and her daffodils at the coming of spring.

Antoinette is survived by her loving husband Michael, daughter Jennifer Enoch of Harbor City and son Christopher of Long Beach. She was grandmother to Mia, 4, Hudson, 2-1/2, and Madison, 2.

A celebration of her life was held at the family home.

Antoinette’s family is extremely grateful for the love and care she received while in hospice care. They are indebted to the nurses and caregivers provided by Visiting Nurse Association of Riverside County.

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  1. I am sorry to hear this. Although I did not remember her, I was told she was my Mother’s sister. My Mother was Jean Katherine Breneman , daughter of Leroy and Hazel Breneman of Lancaster, PA. Any information you might be willing to pass onto me, I would appreciate knowing. Thank you. – Robert Yard Jr

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