The best mother anyone could ever ask for. Mom I am so glad that I could talk to you about anything.
I love you and miss you!!!! Give Daddy a hug and kiss for me❤️❤️💕💕
I have so many great memories of Aileene. I remember the family get togethers we had celebrating holidays, to the many camping trips our families took together and the weekend cookouts, with our parents throwing horseshoes, while us kids played. What I remember most about Aileene was her laugh and her great smile. David and I want you to know that we are sorry, that we are not able to be there with you to celebrate Aileene’s life. Please, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. David and Lana Nellis.
You were the best Grandma anyone can ask for. I have so many memories of my childhood being at your house running around the yard playing games , playing with LOVE and the board game Pay Day with all my cousins. I remember doing puzzles and watching your favorite soap opera; “Days of Our Lives”. and of course will never forget the famous snack drawer… As I got older the memories were more precious and funny “of course with a few bush light” ..and our love of many reality shows such as BIg Brother , Bachelor and Bachelorette. and last but not least Survivor. You will be missed dearly but am so happy you are able to finally rest and have peace.. Love your Grandma,
Grandma you always made everyone feel at home. Your house was always home to us all. I always wanted to be at your house when I came to town. I will miss you so much.
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Aileene Farmer, 97, surrounded by her loving family for her last few days until she peacefully passed over to the Lord on September 12th, 2020. Aileene was born in Huntingburg, IN on June 29th, 1923.
She had a long career in the hospitality industry working many years at Central Turners and the Executive Inn. She was a lifetime member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Aileene loved horseracing and going to the casino. Aileene also enjoyed taking bus trips to Tunica. Above all else, she loved spending time with her family and friends.
She is survived by her children: Rodney (Judy) Farmer, Sharon (Everett) Miley, Brenda Keister, Debbie (Roger Fuchs) Russell, Brian (Julie Vavrik) Farmer; brother Gerald (Karen) Pfaff; 14 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, 19 great-great grandchildren and nephew Bob (Brenda) Helming.
Aileene was preceded in death by her husband, James Farmer and granddaughter Cindy Huffman.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday September 16th from 12:00 – 3:00 at Sunset Funeral Home with graveside services immediately following at Sunset Memorial Park. Officiating the service will be Father Ted Temple.
The family would like to thank the very professional and caring staff of the Deaconess Gateway Telemetry Unit for the wonderful care they provided for our mother.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to her favorite charities; St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital or the Disabled Veteran’s National Foundation.
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