|Birth: ||Dec. 22, 1929|
|Death: ||Oct. 12, 2011|
Weep not for me now that I have passed. remember the laughter,the affection, the joy not just the recent tears. Cherish the memories, our hopes and dreams. hold fast to the love that we shared, be happy with the time we spent together and begain anew. for I am not really gone. I am closer than ever before. As the morning sun rises and throughout the busy day....I am with you. until the setting sun disappears on the horizon and we watch the day turn into night...I am here. you may feel a faint breeze stir round your head, while you slumber,as I gently kiss your forehead,"good night" the stars that shine so brightly in my heavenly sky help me watch over you and keep you from harm. I am the wind in the trees and the song of a bird. I am a butterfly flying overhead and a puppy happily at play. i am a smile on a stranger's face, a gentle touch, a warm embrace. listen to the wind for my message of love. Watch the sun rise and set in the sky with me. Feel my essence encircle you with warm memories. open your heart to know...I am not gone. reach deep into your soul...you will find me. I am here. have no fear. I am with you, always.
Junior was born in Sycamore, Ga. The son of the late Roy M. Farmer Sr. and Pauline Bruton Farmer. He was a member of the Rebecca Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara Brooks Farmer, Sycamore, his children W.L. (Cindy) Farmer, Dennis Farmer and Glenda Farmer, all of Sycamore. Also surviving are his brothers Charles, Talmadge and Robert Farmer all of Sycamore and his sister, Lucille Farmer Brooks of Port Charlotte, Fl. He is also survived by twelve grandchildren and Six great-grandchildren.
Rose Hill Cemetery
Created by: Lucille Brooks
Record added: Oct 25, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79284758