John-Farrington-Obituary

John Henry Farrington

Phoenix, Arizona

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Farrington, John Henry 60, of Phoenix, passed away December 29th, 2009. He is survived by his sister Renee M. Poston, aunt Lorraine Farrington, and many nephews, nieces, and cousins. He was born in Chicago, IL. He had a talent for baking and cooking, and won numerous awards for it while...

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John was a great guy, I had lived with John an my father for sometime. John always had some great cooking tips for us while we wre making dinner. John will never be forgotten by me. God Bless

John was a great guy, I had lived with John an my father for sometime. John always had some great cooking tips for us while we wre making dinner. John will never be forgotten by me. God Bless

John, you are missed by so many of us at General Dynamics. I really enjoyed talking sports, especially the Suns, Diamondbacks and Cardinals. My prayers are with you and your family.
Your friend, Scott Goss.

Divinity. When I was young, John made outstanding divinity. His was the first I ever had and I love it to this day. Now, he is among the divine.

I'm retired now, but really enjoyed joking with John at our Breakfast break. No body ever made me Chorzo buritos like John. Big, and full of chorzo. Bless you john, you are now in the arms of the lord.
G.D. retired employee.

John was a great guy! He was the best cook and cracked us up so many times. He will truly be missed by General Dynamics.

John, some of my fondest childhood memories include you, Renee and Francine. I especially remember all of us going swimming at Falcon Pool, walking to U-Totem store for cola Icees, riding our bikes all over the neighborhoods, the scary nights on the farm, and staying outside until ten o’clock at night on those hot summer nights. It was a privilege growing up with you, John. I will truly miss you. Please pray for us, John. You are in glory now with our Lord Jesus.

Cindy

With deepest sympathy. John will be missed behind the food bar. We looked forward to seeing him --- smiling or serious... He was a great cook. with flare.. Thank You.......
A Moto / GD fellow worker -- Ingrid

John was good dude. We will always think of John every morning going to the cafe for break here at GD. I am sure he is in heaven making omelets for all the angels. He was the best breakfast cook we had here at Roosevelt. He will be truly missed.