Adolph H. Felder

Adolph H. Felder, died April 28, 2011. Beloved husband for 62 years of the late Eunice Felder; dear father of Barbara Felder of Miami, Fl., Madeleine Kreysar, John (Pamela Nomura, D.D.S.) Felder, Ph.D. of Saratoga, Calif., Merrick Felder, Stephen (Wendy Wallbrunn) Felder, Ph.D. of Tucson, Ariz. and Stephanie (Ram) Naor of Ramat Efal, Israel; dear grandfather of Monica (Jose), Mark (Jennifer) and Loren (Kelly), Adam (Tina), Douglas (Dawn) and Jessica, Jared, Zachary (Jenn), Sean and Lora, Laurie, Benjamin and LeeAnn, Maia (Ofer), Gidon and Eli; dear great-grandfather of Casey and Sydney, Hailey and Whitney, Luke, Corinne, Marissa and Seth, Jett, Rocco and Lucky; dear brother of the late Mollie (the late Jay) Brown; our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, cousin and friend. Mr. Felder was a leading midwest hospital architect and a partner in the firm of the Wischmeyer Architects. He was the architect who designed the East and West pavilions of what is today the Barnes-Jewish Hospital complex, as well as St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Louis Regional Medical Center, which was created from the old St. Luke’s East, St. Joseph’s Hospital-Kirkwood, Cox Regional Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, several libraries, including the original St. Louis County Headquarters on Lindbergh, Washington University’s Compton Physics Building, homes, schools, churches, apartment buildings, and the original Young Israel Synagogue on Olive Blvd. Funeral service Sunday, May 1st 1:00 p.m. at Berger Memorial Chapel, McPherson at Walton. Visitation Sunday 12:30 p.m.. Interment Chevra Kadisha Cemetery. Contributions to the Jewish Federation of St. Louis or the charity of your choice. Berger Memorial