Michael Anthony Farmer

24 septembre 195513 mai 2021

Michael Anthony Farmer, age 65, of Bonneau, South Carolina passed away on Thursday, May 13, 2021. Michael was born September 24, 1955 to the parents of John and Vivian Farmer at Roper Charleston. He is pre-deceased by his parents John and Vivian Farmer, brother Frank Farmer, nephew Adam Farmer and his uncle Buddy Stone Survived by his loving wife Laurie, Beloved father of Angelet Alexander of Sandston, Virginia, Steven Farmer of St. Augustine, Florida and Amanda Farmer of Bonneau, SC. Cherished brother of John Farmer Jr. of Birmingham , Alabama, Virginia Butler of Richmond , Virginia, Randall Farmer of North Charleston, SC and Daniel Farmer. Grandfather to Lucy Rouse, Angel Rouse, Cameron Farmer, Maddie Childress and Lilah Farmer. Michael was a retired Air Force Master Sargent serving for 23 years. While in the Air Force he was a Biomedical Engineer and received his AA degree at Trident Technical College. After retiring he joined Roper Charleston Hospital and worked there for twenty-one years.

Visitation will be held on Sunday, May, 16, 2021 from 4-6 pm at the Carolina Memorial Funeral Home. A Life Well Celebrated Service will be on Monday, May 17, 2021 at 11 am in the funeral home chapel. Burial with Air Force Honors will follow.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.carolinamemorial.com for the Farmer family.


services précédents:

  • Visitation at Carolina Memorial Funeral Home, 7113 Rivers Ave. North Charleston

    dimanche, 16 mai , 2021

  • A Life Well Celebrated Memorial Service at Carolina Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

    lundi, 17 mai , 2021

    services précédents


  • Burial to follow at Carolina Memorial Park with Air Force Military Honors


Michael Anthony Farmer


Vohn Busby

26 mai , 2021

God Speed, Goat!

Patti Musial

17 mai , 2021

My sincere condolences. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless you. 💖
Patti (Ginny’s friend)

Patrick Frazier

17 mai , 2021

I briefly worked with Tony while at St Francis but got to know him better meeting up occasionally at the SC Biomed Association. Tony was one of those rare people that spending just a few minutes with him made you feel like an old friend, a rare quality indeed. Always had a infectious smile on his face, I will miss that smile.
May God bless his family and loved ones

Herbie West

16 mai , 2021

I’m so sorry to learn of Tony’s passing and for not being able to attend his services. Tony and I worked together for many years at Roper Hospital. He was always a hard worker with many effective ideas on how to make the Biomed Shop the best it could be. He was dedicated to his work and always went the extra mile to ensure his assigned department’s equipment was in top notch working order. But, beyond his equipment service he built loyal relationships within the Biomed Team and the customers he served. Tony was well liked, and I received numerous positive comments on his daily work performance. Tony loved to help others and always had a big smile when he spoke of his family that obviously meant so much to him. It was a joy to work with Tony and to have him as a friend. I can’t get by without mentioning the wonderful banana pudding that he made and brought to share with the staff. Many good memories that I will have from such a good man. Love and comfort be with you Tony as you start on your next journey. May God bless and comfort all the family members that he leaves behind!

Kristy Ragsdale

15 mai , 2021

Thinking of you all and sending hugs to Tony's family. Tony was the nicest person at Roper, and I will miss chatting with him. So very sorry for your (our) loss.

Edward Shafer

15 mai , 2021

Tony Farmer was a great guy! As a Biomedical Engineer at Roper St. Francis, he was the best at troubleshooting problems impacting patient care. He would not stop until the problem was solved. And he worked with a humor and knowledge not otherwise seen today.
Men like him are now in short supply. My God, where will we find today such knowledgeable and persevering men as Tony Farmer?