My condolences to the Farr family. I regret that I was unable to say goodbye to my cousin in which I hunted & fished with for a lifetime. Dwight Sr. always made me feel as though DR and I were more than cousins, but brothers. At this time, I too was having cardio issues. Ron Burnley
RIP Dwight. Although we sat on opposite sides of the Table, I remember you as an Honorable and Professional Representative. May your Family find peace.
-Ralph D. Holley, Labor Relations Supervisor, Guide Corporation, Monroe, LA.
Words cannot express how sorry we are to hear of D.R.'s passing. He had become a dear friend to our family. We looked forward to his visits during deer season. He truly loved to hunt and spend time in the outdoors. I was so amazed when he returned a few years back that he remembered the day I (Sami) killed my first deer from 20 plus years ago, he remembered as much about it as I did. Our family is proud to have given D.R. and the boys and families a place to stay together in Arkansas for them to have quality family time. We will miss him. Each of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Dennis, Sami, Colton, and Brooklyn Kelley
Dear Becky, Rusty and family. So sorry to hear about Dwight (D.R.) as he liked to be addressed. We had some really good times at the UAW and he will be missed by many many friends and families in this area. My thoughts and prayers go out to you at this time. Know you are loved....Gerri Gullion
To Rusty and Steve, you are in my thoghts and prayers. May you be in peace.