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Harlie Amber Farino-Bigham

December 18, 1994October 29, 2020

Harlie Amber Farino-Bigham, 25, of Sparta, New Jersey, passed away on Thursday, October 29, 2020.

Harlie was born in Denville New Jersey to Tracy Bigham and Dylan (Tom) Farino on December 18, 1994. She graduated from Jefferson Township high school in 2013 and attended County College of Morris. She worked as a proud receptionist for Skylands Urology Group and was inspired by her colleagues to further her education and pursue a degree in nursing.

Harlie was an amazing daughter, sister and friend. She was kind and compassionate and put everyone’s needs ahead of own. Her unwavering generosity was a true reflection of the beautiful person she was inside and out. Harlie will always be loved, forever missed and never forgotten.

Harlie was a woman of many talents. She was an amazing musician, who mastered 6 different instruments. She was a first chair clarinet player, a drum major and a proud former member of the Fusion Drum Corp. A highlight of her musical career was when she performed at NJPAC. She was an artist at heart and loved to create beauty in this world. She enjoyed baking and cake decorating. Two of her favorite parks were Horseshoe Lake and Station Park, where she would take long walks and enjoy nature. She loved going down the shore and considered the ocean her second home. She adored shopping and watching movies, among her favorites were Disney’s Frozen and anything Marvel. Harlie treasured the time she spent with her dearest friend Veronica and her family. She was passionate about gaming and inspired to someday publish her own video game. To say Harlie was an animal lover would be an understatement, she loved all animals including her dogs and chickens and she had a special love for reptiles. She was the proud mama to 2 geckos, Scarlet & Charlie and posted pictures of them often.

Harlie joins her great grandmothers Ruth Stephens and Rita Wooters and is survived by her loving Mother and Dad, Tracy Bigham and Dean Napoli, her Father and Step-Mother, Tom & Jennifer Farino, her sisters Madison Napoli, Katelyn, Kloe & Kiera Farino, her brother Dean Napoli, her Grandparents, Dora and Joseph Bigham, and Barbara Wooters and John Farino, her Aunts and Uncles, Kim and Joe Bigham, and Barri and Lenny Stelmack & their daughter Nicole, and her best friend Veronica Aguilar-Bravo and family, as well as her large extended family and friends.

Visitation will be on held on Thursday, November 5th from 1 – 5PM with a prayer service being held at 4:15PM at Goble Funeral Home 22 Main St., Sparta, NJ 07871. Cremation will be held privately.

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Steven Szell

November 9, 2020

I'm so sorry ,condolences and prayers for family members ,I saw this and had to say rest in peace for her although I didn't know her I wanted to say good bye God bless all .

Lori Napoli

November 4, 2020

Dear Tracy and Dean,
I am sorry about the loss. We send our deepest condolences to you and to your family. Please let us know if there’s something we can do to somehow lessen the pain you feel in your hearts. We will always be there for you.
My love and sympathy to you and to your kids
Love,
Lori, James, and Rocco

Rebecca Marin

November 4, 2020

I’m lost for words. Harlie was such a beautiful amazing person always with a smile on her face . We will never forget snow days and shaving cream fights in the kitchen she will never be forgotten. We will miss you Harlie. Love you always Becky, Antonio and Isabella xoxo

Sydney Cron

November 3, 2020

Harlie was a very kind hearted coworker,mentor, friend she was an outstanding trainer with teaching me at work. We all are family and I am so saddened to have lost her. My prayers are with your family thru this very difficult time. Work will not be the same without you. We miss you so much. She was so dedicated to her work and her love for her co workers. We love you and miss you harlie. Gone but never forgotten ♡ May you rest in the sweetest peace.

Janet Lemma

November 3, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with your family always.

Diana Smith

November 3, 2020

You will all ways be in Our Hearts , Love Uncle Ralph and Diana

Joe Bigham jr

November 3, 2020

Tracy , Dean , Deanie and Madison ,

We are so sorry for your loss! Words cannot express how much we love Harlie . Our hearts are absolutely broken. It's hard to imagine our lives and this world without Harlie in it and you wonder how it's possible to survive it. I think the only thing that will help us through this is to remember her every day, remember her love for everyone and everything , her laugh and her smile, and her beautiful soul. We will miss her forever.
We love you Uncle Joe and aunt Kim!

Meredith, Peter, Kayla, Brooke, and Chase Johnson

November 3, 2020

We are so deeply saddened by the loss of such a beautiful young woman. Harlie was warm, kind, and always there to help. She was a fabulous babysitter for us, and the kids adored her. May you always find peace in her memories. Harlie will be sorely missed and never forgotten!!

Edna Pearson

November 3, 2020

Harlie left a light of joy with everyone she meet. Harlie will always be in my heart.❤

Helen Gomez

November 3, 2020

My heartfelt condolences to Harlies family , she was an amazing young lady . May she Rest In Peace , sending strength and prayers to you all . My deepest sympathy 💜
Helen Gomez and family
Dover , NJ

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