The building, at 1801 Quebec St. in Regina, was constructed in 1909. It has a unique architectural style that makes it stand out. Wrap around signage and a classic neon calling card. They tell you that you have arrived at Fellinger’s Meats. The third level dormers, green metal roof, and shutters on the second-story windows. The 45-degree slice that houses the front door. Styling that looks like it belongs in 18th century Europe. People that drive by for the first time usually do the double-take. Welcome to Fellinger & Son’s Meat Inc.
Lynden and Ron Fellinger are now at the helm of the Regina location. Their uncle opened the business in 1959. Ron & Lynden’s dad John took it over in 1987. The Moose Jaw location has been operating since 1969 and then John took over in 1975. Two Fellingers currently run the business in Moose Jaw and two in Regina. Lynden has been in the Regina store since 1987. Both Ron and Lynden grew up around the business. They are self-taught butchers. You might say the business was in their blood.