John Fegueroa, age 82 of Belle Fourche passed away from Covid on September 14, 2021 at the Ft. Meade VAMC in Sturgis. It was a horrible death. John regretted his choice to not be vaccinated on his deathbed. Please get vaccinated. It could save your life or someone you love. Private family services were held with Leverington Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche. John was born July 8th 1939 to Antonio and Helen (Delatore) Fegueroa. He joined the Marines as a young man and was always proud of his service to his country. He always had the most interesting and entertaining stories of his time as a Marine. He was married to his first wife Ethel and they lived in California. He spent many weekends set up at the San Jose Flea Market selling anything and everything. All the while teaching his 3 daughters how to be great salesmen. John eventually ended up back home in Belle Fourche and worked many years for the Chicago Northwestern Railroad. He met his second wife Doris and became a stepfather to her 5 children. Together in 1990 they moved to Rock Springs, Wyoming and ran their own cleaning company for many years until moving to New Orleans, Louisiana. John ran the Algiers Flea Market there and always had a love for auctions and garage sales. After Doris passed away John once again returned home to Belle Fourche where he stayed until his death. John loved to play pool and was a long-time player in leagues in South Dakota and Wyoming. He always had a pool table in his home for endless hours of practice and lessons. He was an avid reader, inspirationalist, inventor, bargain hunter, gardener, fisherman, hunter and enjoyed a good game of poker with family and friends. He had the most infectious laugh and loved making children laugh with his humor and card tricks. They had so much fun with him. He loved his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren and he is a hero to them all. John is survived by his daughters, Debra (Tim) Davis of Deadwood, Bryce Fegueroa of Rapid City, Laurie (Rex) Burtis of Colman all in SD.; Stepchildren, Wade, Tama, Leona, Michael and Patrick; 6 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, 1 great great grandson Hudson. 2 Brothers, Joseph of Sioux Falls, Edward (Lorraine) of Michigan and his Sister Isabelle Sagar of Watertown, SD along with numerous nieces and nephews. He will be reunited in Heaven with Doris, the love of his life along with his parents and 2 brothers, Albert and Antonio (Junior). His grandson, Antonio said it best when he wrote "I'm gonna miss all of the fun times that we had." All of the souls lucky enough to consider and call John Dad, Grandpa or Great Grandpa echo those perfect words.