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Jerrry FARMER Obituary
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October 17, 2019

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October 17, 2019

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October 13, 2019
JERRY WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON ,HE AND I COUSINS AND CLOSE IN AGE JUST LOVED TO TALK AND REMINESS.THE DAYS OF OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS MEMORIES OF OUR DAYS IN TENNESSEE OUR PARENTS IN COAL MINING DAYS OF FORK RIDGE .WE ALL KNOW HE IS IN A PLACE CALLED HEAVEN.LOVE YA'' NOOTS
October 10, 2019
Deanie and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Our loss is Heaven's again, and the assurance that we will meet again some day is a sweet undertone to the sorrow we feel at his passing.

Michael and Noats were not only cousins but friends for life.

Great memories of all the Farmers. You are all in our thoughts. Wish we could be with you .

Suzette and Michael.
October 8, 2019
Jerry(Noots) was a beloved first cousin to me, but in my youth we were raised up near each other in a coal mining camp in Tennessee. I was born near Ann Arbor, Michigan but as a baby dad returned to the coal mines and Jerry, his brothers Roy Jr, Dale and myself hung around together. We had some rough times back then but we were equally poor and did not know the difference. Loving parents and God's love kept all of us
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