OBITUARY

Lynn Carter Farmer

March 13, 1937March 3, 2019
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Lynn Lee FARMER, 81, of Houston, Texas passed away on Sunday March 3, 2019. Lynn was born in Houston on March 13, 1937, to Dewey and Lillian Carter. She graduated from Reagan Highschool where she was the Drum Major of the Red Coats. Lynn loved working in her yard, traveling, cooking, sewing, bible study and spending time with her family and friends. Lynn is survived by her beloved husband of 60 years, Sidney Farmer, children Rusty Farmer and wife Pam, Lee Ann Schultz and husband Kyle, and Stacey Sickel and husband Steve; twelve grandchildren; a niece, Mary Brennan, a nephew, Joseph Bredehoeft, and other family and dear friends.

A Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Katy First United Methodist Church, 5601 5th St. Katy, TX 77493. A reception will follow at Gables Tanglewood, 5740 San Felipe St, Houston, TX 77057. Burial will be private.

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

Services

  • Funeral Service Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • Reception Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, March 7, 2019
REMEMBERING

Lynn Carter Farmer

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Judy Warren

March 12, 2019

Sid and family,
I saw a star last night, brighter than all the rest. That is Lynn. Lynn's star shined throughout her lifetime. I knew Lynn when we were in Redcoats together but more so when you and Lynn moved in across the street from me. That's when I knew Lynn was really special. Our berry picking days were hilarious. I will never forget my friend Lynn.

Judy

Letha Howell

March 9, 2019

So sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. Really enjoyed having lunch with Lynn and the old Heights group when I was visiting in Texas. She was always so much fun to be around.

Woody Williams

March 6, 2019

Mr Farmer, I want to let you know that I have always looked up to you ever since I was a little boy. You are a fine man and have set an amazing example for many people. One thing that stands out to me is the way you loved Mrs Farmer. She never had to worry where your heart was and you loved her so tenderly. Mrs Farmer was beautiful, kind and very caring. She will be missed by our entire family. I will alway cherish the trips to New Braunfels. We love you and your family. Woody

G ene Wofford

March 6, 2019

I was so sorry to see that Lynn had died. I have such fond memories of Dewey and Lil, and Lynn and Sid. You were and are very special people. Thank you for the impact you had on my life.
Lovingly,
Gene

JOE SHAFFER

March 6, 2019

Sid:
"Bennie" and I are sad to hear of Lynn's death; but, we are happy that you two, and your great family, had so many years together. I still recall our days in the District Attorney's office, when you and I conducted examining trials in the Harris County Justice Courts. We had some great basketball games at the Houston Police gym; and, touch football on Saturdays. Your children should know the name Judge Erwin Goree Ernst "pinned" on you. Remember, he called you "Mr. America", and it was an extreme compliment. Congratulations on your sixty years together. Lynn will be greatly missed.
Joe and "Bennie" Shaffer

Nancy Schultz

March 5, 2019

We are so lucky to have enjoyed special occasions and holidays with Sid and Lynn. Their affection for each other and their family was always obvious. Sharing our grandchildren with them made lasting memories for all of us. She made every event so special!
Frank and Nancy

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