The Life of Oliver George Feldman
Oliver George Feldman, 16, of Berwyn, PA died Monday, January 7, 2019, after a 9 month battle with osteosarcoma. He passed peacefully at home, surrounded by his family and beloved dogs. Oliver was a Junior at Conestoga High School, active in the Boy Scouts, robotics team, was a member of the marching band, loved music, making art, and being outdoors. He had a clever wit, amazing sense of humor, and was always looking for the fun in each day. His friends and family meant everything to him.
Prior to living in Berwyn, he lived for 7 years in Havertown. He is survived by his parents, Jason and Lauren (nee Granade); brother Connor; grandparents: Joseph and Diane Feldman, Margaret Georgiann and Richard Barnes, Warner Granade and Nancy Covert; great grandparents: Mary Ellen Granade, and Betty and Travis Hardy; and uncle David Feldman. Interment is private. It was Oliver’s wish that no more children would have to endure what he went through in battling this rare disease. His family requests that you do not send flowers, but instead help fund osteosarcoma research by donating to the Osteosarcoma Collaborative at https://www.oscollaborative.org/
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In our hearts forever
We remember Oliver as a little boy visiting his grandparents at their home in Boca Raton. They loved sharing time with him, traveling and exploring. Two weeks with every moment filled with activity, hiking swimming and fun. We enjoyed watching him grow and we loved hearing about every adventure. Oliver was always happy, and he brought his grandparents so much joy, love, and pride in of all he accomplished.
We are so sorry for your loss. We have your entire family in our hearts and in our prayers. With our deepest sympathy,
Richard and Patti Abramowitz
Missing him tons
Oliver and I had class together. He always was politive and always had a smile on his face. He never complained and I always knew when he entered the room because I could feel the atmosphere light up with his positivity. Oliver and I didnt really know each other well but I do know one thing: He always said hi to me when we passed eachother in the hallways. This was always the highlight of my day. Oliver was an amazing person with the personality of the happiest person on Earth. Even though he is not with us anymore, doesnt mean that we need to act like he is gone forever. Oliver will always be with us and we will always keep him alive within our memories of him and just by knowing him. I remember coming home from church one day and my mom stopped at a store to pick up a stocking we had made for my dog. The owner was talking about how Oliver wanted to become a Eagle scout before he passed away. With the help of friends, loved ones, and family, Oliver made his dream come true. Oliver might be gone now, but the memory of him will never fade... ever.
With tons of love and hope,
Conestoga High School