Dec. 18, 1912 Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah, USA
Aug. 10, 2010 Orem Utah County Utah, USA
Update Aug. 10th. Aunt Lou passed away this morning, August 10, 2010 peacefully in her sleep with her family by her side. The past couple of days she was able to sit up and look into the eyes of each person who came to visit her and say their goodbyes. She would squeeze our hand with all the love she had for each family member. It is a blessing that she had this time and was not suffering in anyway. She often looked up into the corner of the room and I'm sure her beloved Bish and family was waiting for her on the other side.
Update: Aug. 7th. Aunt Lou had a stroke on Aug. 5, 2010. She is not doing to well. She can't speak but she can squeeze your hand and look into your eyes.
Update: July 11, 2010 Louise "Lou" Farley is very much alive, even though we have created this memorial for her. Together we talked about it because she liked the memorial for her husband, Bish and wanted one for herself and all the family. She said she wanted the photo on her dresser, the one of her and Bish, to be included.
At 97 years of age, she still lives at home and gets around with her walker. She asked me to take some pictures of her future grave as she hopes to join her beloved "Bish" soon. She has been living alone for 33 years this month.
She is the last of all her brothers and sisters which you can find by following the links to her parents.
I told her today that I never knew her real first name was Ora, she looked at me a little startled and said, "Well, I never really wanted people to know about that." I always liked to be called "Lou."
Note: Since nobody, even most family, knew of this name, I have changed it in this memorial to reflect how she was known with Louise as first name, for search purposes. But it should be noted her correct name is:
First Name: Ora Middle Name: Louise Maiden Name: Clark Last Name: Farley Nick Name: Lou
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Louise you will be truly missed. You were a great land lady and friend! Becki -
Becki Millet Added: Aug. 12, 2010
Aunt Lou, the time you have waited for is here at last. I rejoice at your reunion with all those who have gone before you. We will miss you and remember always of our love for you. -
Mark Morgan Added: Aug. 10, 2010
It is so sad to see you in bed. Wish you could just jump up and go. Maybe you will soon jump up, indeed, and go to all those who are waiting for you. We will miss you. Love and Kindness. -
Mark Morgan Added: Aug. 7, 2010