Photo courtesy of Riverside Memorial Chapel

Farley Granger

Jul 1, 1925 – Mar 27, 2011


Riverside Memorial Chapel Obituary

Arrangements under the direction of Riverside Memorial Chapel, New York, NY.

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Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Fair winds and following seas sailor.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

After seeing you in " Strangers on a Train " I was a fan, not only handsome your talent made the screen. I wish we could have had words before your passing. Prayers to your family. May it be that you are not suffering but in a better place. In God.

I became a big fan after seeing "They Live By Night." Watch your movies over & over on TCM. Thank you for your talent!

Mr Farley Granger: beautiful, talented, and charming...a gentleman! You entertained many, many people and made them very happy indeed. Thank you!

You entertained many, many people and made them very happy indeed...Thank you!

I know I'm very late in saying goodbye. I can't begin to explain how shocked I was when I heard that you were gone. I fell in love with you when I first saw the movie " strangers on a train" and I wasn't even born when you made the movie. You always remained that beautiful young man on the train in my mind and always will.

Forever a huge fan, simply the best! Farley took his acting to a different level. Always wanted to learn more to be the best and for that we are grateful. Your movies were the best. I loved the book too. What a full happy life. May you rest in peace now. You will be missed by many. God Bless the Granger Family
Debbie Quigley, Langhorne Pa.

My deepest condolences. I didn't know he was dead until I went on google, July 18, 2011. I just loved him in "They Live By Night", "Strangers on a Train" and "Side Street". May he rest in peace. Thomas Wilkins (New York City)