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Paula Marie FarmerFarmer, Paula Marie, 3/19/17, age 73. Mother of Julie Paulette (Charles) Kelley, Terri Jolene Justice and Brian Lee Farmer. Sister of Irma Colleen Prickett, Paul Arnold Lewis, Glenn Irvine Lewis and "Kenny" Kenneth Roland Lewis. Grandmother of Renee Nichole Mouser, Jesse Roy Justice, Jenna Marie Justice, Jacob Brian Farmer, Dylan Robert Farmer and Julia Grace Justice. Great-grandmother of Ellie Kate Justice and Ezekiel Wayne Justice. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Paula was so nice to me when I was a little girl & I only have fond memories of her. So sorry for your loss Brian, Julie, & Terri. There's no one like your mom. I'm sure my mom welcomed her to heaven. Love, Helen Setty
Helen Setty Mar 31 2017 5:21 PM
Thank you for sharing.
terri justice Mar 26 2017 7:32 PM
Thanks for sharing Kel. Mom loved you and was very proud of the woman you became! We miss you.
terri justice Mar 26 2017 7:31 PM
When I lived with my Grandparents on Clark street in Batavia, Paula was my next door neighbor and childhood buddy! We shared a secret Tarzan talk, super secret code, that only we knew! Great fond memories! Louie F. Kinner
Louie F. Kinner Mar 25 2017 3:38 PM
When i was 17 I came to work in Ohio for the summer and stayed with Paula and her beautiful family. She treated me like a member of the family and was the kindest, most generous lady at that time. Since that summer 26 years ago there have been many trips and correspondence. I got to know you all, babies were born and grew up, lots of laughs, tears and lessons in life. Paula (and all of you) will remain a big part of my life and my heart. I am so sorry she is not with us but Heaven has gained a beautiful soul. Rest in peace Paula - I will always hold you in my heart as honing my shopping skills to phd level, your cooking of pancakes with the syrup in the bottle shaped like a lady and your great wisdom of life. You always knew the right thing to do xxx
Kelly west Mar 24 2017 6:35 AM
Paula touched the lives of so many people in so many ways over the years. She was always there to help people, and worked tirelessly, effortlessly, and unselfishly to make the lives of others easier and less stressful. She operated this way, both as a co-worker and as a friend. And, once a friend, always a friend so you could always rely on Paula, when others were not so cooperative. Paula did not select her friends based on their status or stature, or even based on what those friends could do to help her. She selected and nurtured her relationships based on shared values and beliefs. She will be remembered and missed by all of us who had the privilege to know her. Tony and Joan Muto
Tony and Joan Muto Mar 23 2017 10:04 AM
4 files added to the album Paula in Greece 2005 - fun times
Rich Grant Mar 22 2017 3:09 PM
Paula was the most trustworthy and loyal friend and co-work a person could have. We were lucky to have worked with her and we stayed close friends. She was soft-spoken and never said a bad thing about anyone. Our small group of mutual friends will truly miss her. Our only regret is that we have been traveling and preoccupied and did not visit her in Hospice Care before she passed. Rest in peace Paula and your fond memory remains with us. Rich and Larel Grant (former co-workers at Senco/Senmed and great dinner buddies)
Rich and Larel Grant Mar 22 2017 2:32 PM