OBITUARY

Edna C. Farrell

June 16, 1924January 30, 2019

Edna C. (Detrick) Farrell, age 94 of Greenville, Ohio arrived in heaven at 5:00 AM Wednesday January 30, 2019 at the Village Green Health Campus of Greenville. Edna was born June 16, 1924 in Kearny, New Jersey and the daughter of the late Edwin and Mavena (Parker) Rieck.

Edna was retired after 33 years as the Clerk of the Darke County Probate Court, a member of the First Presbyterian Church and the Moose Lodge, both of Greenville and the Darke County Seniors. Also had worked as a volunteer at the Brethren Retirement Community and Wayne HealthCare and a couple of her favorite hobbies was playing cards and bowling.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her first husband Gerald Detrick; sister Marion Jones; brothers Edwin Rieck, Charles Rieck and Walter Rieck.

Edna is survived by her husband William Joseph Farrell of Greenville. They were married October 15, 2006. Also her children Barbara (Richard) Hocker, Jerry Detrick and Paul (Cathy) Detrick, all of Greenville and Steve (Susanne) Detrick of Winchester, Indiana; step children Thomas Farrell of Florida and Vicki (Marvin) Wilson of Springboro, Ohio; 7 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; sister Lois Burek of Pennsylvania as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Private Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Funeral arrangements by Zechar Bailey Funeral Home Greenville, Ohio.

It is the wishes of the family that Memorial Contributions be given to Danny Thomas’s St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, Tennessee, 38105

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Gary Cloyd

February 5, 2019

Bill and Tom,

Jane and I were so saddened to hear of Edna's death on Monday. We so enjoyed taking breaks and visiting with you while we were working on our cabin. She was such a sweet and encouraging soul. Bill, the two of you simply seemed like sweethearts the many times that we would see you sitting together on the patio enjoying the view of the lake and simply being together. May God be with you in this season of loss.

Tom, sorry I didn't know about this when I waved at you Saturday. I would have come and talked with you. That is two losses for you in a brief time.

God's best to both of you.

Gary and Jane Cloyd