Craig Flagler Palms Funeral Home & Flagler Memorial Gardens
511 Old Kings Road South, Flagler Beach, FL
Lou E Farlow
January 22, 1936 – May 7, 2020
Funeral Services celebrating the life of Lou E. Farlow, 84, of Palm Coast, FL will be held on Saturday, May 23rd in Flagler Palms Memorial Gardens, 511 Old Kings Road S. Flagler Beach, FL. For family and loved ones a private visitation and memorial service will be held at an outdoor venue with the Rev. Jeff Beebe Pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church officiating. Mrs. Farlow a resident since 2004 coming from Indianapolis IN passed away on Thursday May 7, 2020 at Advent Health Palm Coast, under Advent Health Hospice Service. She was born on January 22, 1936 in Glasgow, KY, a daughter of the late Chester Edward and Ruby Nanny Fish. She married January 8, 1956 to Donald L. Farlow and resided in Indianapolis, IN where they raised four children. After raising her children Mrs. Farlow began a new career as a personal fitter and sales agent for Bali Bras, a Sara Lee Corp., where she excelled and made longtime friends. Mrs. Farlow enjoyed cooking, baking, crocheting, singing, playing and winning at bingo, mosaic artworks, bowling, hanging out with friends and family. She was truly a people person. She loved crocheting chemo caps for the Advent Health Foundation and the Hope 2 Help Foundation, and was a proud member of the Material Girls of the Grand Haven Women’s Club. Always eager to learn or try something new, she enjoyed all the places her family would take her. She loved her Pekinese dog, Sugar and found great love and peace in being the matriarch of her family. Preceded her in death were her parents, her husband, Donald in 2009 and a sister Donna Neal. Surviving are her three daughters, Brenda Tunny and her husband Mark of Oldsmar FL, Amanda Davis of Largo FL and Kelli Jebbia and her husband Nick of Palm Coast, her son Donald Farlow Jr. of Largo FL, her three grandchildren, Brook Cohen Orum. Austin Davis and Conner Davis and his fiancée Allison Epperson, her three great grandchildren, Destiny Cohen, Mikael Orum and Parker Davis, and a great-great grandchild, Jaylen Cohen. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House, 150 Memorial Medical Parkway, Palm Coast FL 32137. Arrangements are in the care and trust of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home.
Private Outdoor Funeral Service and Visitation for Family and Loved Ones, Saturday, Flagler Palms Memorial Gardens
Saturday, May 23, 2020
Lou E Farlow
May 21, 2020
The first time Mamaw met her Great Great Grandson Jaylen Ezra Ortiz !
May 21, 2020
I love you forever & always Mamaw
You were always the light in the room & I will forever remember your laugh ..
Love , Destiny Cohen
Your Great-Granddaughter .
May 16, 2020
Lou was the mother of a friend of mine from Hammock Dunes. I will always remember her contagious laugh, which she shared many times when I was with her. Always positive and always honest, Lou was very content with the simple things in life...a cup of tea and a cookie were always good enough for her when I had her over. My mother enjoyed her so much and has been so saddened by her loss. To Kelli, and Lou’s other children I extend my deepest condolences. As Kelli said to me the other night, “this is tough.” I know girlfriend, I know! May your sweet mother rest in the Lord’s loving and protective arms. I know she does.
Yvonne (Goad) Barton
May 15, 2020
I knew Lou for sixty plus years. At 10 years old my parents were neighbors to the Farlow’s. Lou and my Mother became very dear friends. I became the number one babysitter for the four children. Oh, what stories we all have!!
Lou was also like a second Mother to me. We were always in touch through the years. We could chat like we had not been apart at all!!
Lots of memories that will be well kept in my heart!!!
Love you Lou, Yvonne
May 14, 2020
Lou was like a neighborhood mom to a lot of us back then. A very good friend of my mother. She always had a young spirit, and never met a stranger! Many prayers to the Farlow family, and to the many lives she touched with her humor, and carring ways. 🙏💕
May 11, 2020
Lou crocheted beautiful chemo caps and adorned each one with a lovely pin she purchased to complement the yarn colors. I enjoyed talking to her at our Material Girls get togethers and then delivering her lovely caps to two Cancer Centers at the hospital.
I’ll miss her very much!