Lonnie Feller on the mend

Lonnie, eldest brother of Tom Feller (Feller and Hill) is in need of prayers. He was admitted early Monday morning to University of Cincinnati West Hospital with chest pains where doctors discovered immediately a 100% blockage. A stent was placed which immediately helped make him more comfortable. He was then transferred to downtown UC hospital, in the intensive care unit, for recovery.

On Wednesday, Lonnie was moved from ICU, after his heart showed a ten percent increase in blood flow. There doesn’t appear to be any long-term damage and he may get to come home today and return to work as soon as next week. The prayer requests seem to be working and we ask that you continue to pray and show support.

Lonnie Feller

Over the past 30+ years, Lonnie has quietly learned and mastered the banjo stylings of Sonny and Wynn Osborne, JD Crowe, and Sammy Shelor, and continues to play locally, at many churches across the area. He helped to form the bluegrass gospel group Crimson Hill several years back. Lonnie just turned 49 in September and has been in the flooring business most of his adult life, while playing music in his free time.

Lonnie has recently added lead singing to his arsenal and a fine singer, he is. The video link below features him at a recent performance at Hope Baptist Church, in Dillsboro, Indiana, with Pastor Tom Holt and Jeremiah Gabbard on guitars.

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10203737586133773&set=vb.1041878292&type=2&theater

Prayers, card and letters for the support of his speedy recovery can be sent to tom@fellerandhill.com, or:

Feller and Hill Music, LLC
c/o: Lonnie Feller
527 Ridge Ave
Greendale, IN. 47025