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Stanley Weldon Farrell

September 21, 1935 - April 10, 2017

Stanley Farrell: September 21, 1935 - April 10, 2017

Service Date: April 17, 2017

Funeral Home Nepean - Garden Chapel

Posted by:
Edwin & Keren Conrad-Francis

Posted on:
April 17, 2017

Dearest Kurt, Ashley, Ethan and the rest of the Farrell family, Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. We pray you find comfort in the memories of good times spent with this special man. May his legacy live on for generations to come. Deepest sympathies.

Posted by:
Dave McLeod

Posted on:
April 17, 2017

Dave, very sorry to hear about Stan. He was one of the first, and best, contractors I started dealing with when I joined the RMOC in the 1980's. You and Kurt have carried on a great traditional family business. Take care. Dave McLeod

Posted by:
Laurie (Dunn) Smeathers

Posted on:
April 17, 2017

Dear Dot and Family, I've been taking a trip down memory lane since I heard of Stan's death. I remember all the good times our families had together on David Dr. & Indian Road. A lot of shenanigans went on back in the good old days. Stan was one of a kind. I will always remember his smile, laugh and generosity. He was such a good friend to my dad and I hope they're together in Heaven watching a football game. I'm so sorry for your loss but Stan will not be forgotten by anyone who ever had the pleasure to know him. Love Laurie (Dunn)Smeathers

Posted by:
Joan Brown

Posted on:
April 16, 2017

Mike, Lorraine and family: My deepest condolences in your recent loss. Work through the bad times so you can let them go. Keep the good memories close. They will bring you strength in the coming months. My prayers are with your entire family.

Posted by:
Jan Stewart

Posted on:
April 14, 2017

David and family I am so sorry for your loss, having been through this so recently I understand the range of emotions and regret. Your Dad was such a great friend to my Father and an individual he so enjoyed spending time with. I fondly recall our weekly family trips to the cottage in Brockville which included a stop at your family "farm" for a quick visit (my Dad called it work but we grew to understand it was a social call). So thrilled you have a grand child to focus on it will be a fun time ahead they grow quickly. Hopefully the Ottawa Senators do both of them proud this year. Jan

Posted by:
Kim (Stirling) Haverkamp

Posted on:
April 13, 2017

Dot & Family, My condolences to you and your family during this difficult time with the loss of Stan. I always enjoyed visiting with Stan and you. Bryan & Kim (Stirling) Haverkamp

Posted by:
Eric SHEWAN

Posted on:
April 13, 2017

My condolences to the Farrell families on the loss of your Dad. Eric

Posted by:
Doug Lee

Posted on:
April 13, 2017

My sincere condolences to the entire family. David, your dad was a pleasure to work with. His gruff but cheerful voice was a pleasure to hear on the phone, as was a visit to the office when he breezed in with his ever present fedora. Ever the gentleman, he was all business, but with a heart of gold. Sincerely Doug Lee

Posted by:
Knox

Posted on:
April 12, 2017

Sincere condolences to Dorothy and all the families. We all hold fond memories of Stan on Mississippi Lake, he was a fine man indeed. Dave, Cathy, Jessica and Mike Knox

Posted by:
Heather Brown

Posted on:
April 12, 2017

Dear Dot and family, I write these condolences with tears in my eyes but with the greatest memories of Stan. He was one of a kind! He was such a part of my childhood memories that I will never forget him or all the fun we shared together. From hanging out with him at your old farm in Oxford Station to riding the Tea Cups with him at Walt Disney World. He turned green from all the spinning but I am not sure which one of us was spinning the Tea Cups faster, him or me. Sending all of my love from Maryland to the extended Farrell family, Heather Brown

Posted by:
Yvette Norman

Posted on:
April 12, 2017

My sincerest condolences to you and your family David on the loss of your father. I will keep you in my heart and prayers. Yvette Norman

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