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James Aaron Farmer

Fairforest, South Carolina

Age 74

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James Aaron (Jim) FarmerFairforestJames Aaron (Jim) Farmer, 74, went home to be with his Savior on Monday, August 31, 2015. Mr. Farmer was married to his loving wife Joyce Simmons Farmer for fifty-four years and was the son of the late Cecil and Jeanette (Gaskin) Farmer.He was a member of the...

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Joyce, please know that our love and prayers are with you and family. We are so sorry for your loss. Jim was always so kind to our family (as was you). We regret not knowing he was so near to death. Please keep in touch with us. Love, Charles and Patricia Jennings and family

To all the family of Jim Farmer. I knew Jim through golf and he was certainly a Christian Gentleman. I have played many rounds with Jim and always loved his company and friendship. He was a wonderful person and will be dearly missed. I was the golf pro at Links O' Tryon and he was such a great player and competitor, he was my friend, you all have my sincere sympathy.

Terrie and family,
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
~Charlotte Ledbetter

My prayers are with you and your family.

Joyce, I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was always such a cheerful and positive person to be around and I know he will be greatly missed by your family and so many friends! May God comfort you all through this difficult time.

My thoughts and prayers are with the Farmer family during this sad time.

Joyce and Family:
We were saddened to hear of Jim's passing. We have fond memories of our times together in Arcadia. We remember Jim as a devoted Christian who loved his family and friends. May God bring you comfort and peace.

Julie and family, Words are difficult at a time like this- please know I am praying that you find peace as you celebrate your Dad's life today.

Terrie and family I am so sorry for your loss but the greatest thing is you know you will see him again! Thinking of you all today Lynn Hanna