John Knox Michael Farmer

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John "Knox"
Michael Farmer
TRAVERSE CITY, MI - John Michael Farmer, age 39, of Traverse City, Michigan has passed away at home on Dec 30th, 2015 with his mom by his side in Fenton, MI. He was born in Augusta, Ga and raised in Windsor, SC.
He is survived by his fiance Carmen Bakaysa and her loving daughters Hannah Blaser and Bianca Bakaysa & their unborn child who is to be born August 2016 in Traverse City, Michigan, Son of Faye Farmer of Aiken, SC, Boyd Lewis Farmer & stepmother Barbara of Lexington, SC, Brother of Mark & Kim Farmer of Aiken, SC, Sister of Donna Smith of Aiken, SC, and Linda Kelble of Jacksonville, Fla., Nieces Christy Key of Macon, Ga, & Ashley & Vinny Caragine of Yonkers, NY, Nephews Michael Gooding of Long Island, NY, Braydon and Cole Farmer of Aiken, SC, Aunt Jewel Jones of Aiken, SC, Cousin Michael Jones of Taiwan and many great cousins.
He served as a Corporal in U.S. Marines and U.S. Army Specialist in the Army Reserves. He was dealing with PTSD from his time in the service to our country and sought help to handle this but is sadly now deceased. He received commendations for his dedication and bravery.
John enjoyed surfing, outdoor sports, the ocean,as well as movies and spending time with his family and friends. His favorite movie was "Peter Pan," ironically John will never grow old. Everyone will miss his comedic charm and wit.
Details of funeral ceremony to honor him will come at a later date.
In lieu of flowers the family is asking for funds to help mininize financial hardship and care of his unborn child. Memorial donations may be given to aid his infant child
at website We would greatly appreciate any contribution. Thank you so much for your wonderful support and love. Please keep us all in your prayers during this sad time.
Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on Jan. 3, 2016