Everett Robert Farmer Jr.

On 11-26-2022 Everett Robert Farmer Jr. peacefully passed at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. He was born on April 29th 1937 in Lawrence Kansas. He dedicated 22 years of service to the city of Lawrence maintenance Department. He was married to Virgie M Farmer for 63 unforgettable years of his life. His daughters; Virgie K Farmer, Dorothy F Farmer, Linda L Cosco and son, Robert D Farmer.

Visitation will be Monday December 5th 2022 at 6:00 pm at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, 601 Indiana Street, Lawrence, Kansas 66044.

Messages & Condolences

From Matt M Montgomery...

Sorry for the loss of Bob. He was a true great man.
The entire family is in my prayers.
I remember many mornings hanging out drinking coffee and breakfast.

From Shawn Barnes...

Virgie I heard of passing my deepest sympathy. I remember you two come into Target waking and stopping to talk. He was a great guy. Prayers and hugs .

From James Wisdom...

Bob was a joy to work with, he always had such a calm personality and could a laugh about any situation. Bob did a great job for the City of Lawrence and worked well with all the departments and the Central Maintenance Garage fellow employees. I have many fond memories of talks with Bob, he was a great person, and I am sure will be missed by everyone.

From Cammie (Mische) Garrison...

My Deepest sympathies to all

From Dawn...

You, by far, were one of the brightest lights in this family. There will always be a hole that can not be filled. Miss you Uncle Bob.

From Matthew oshel...

I will miss you uncle Bob you it was always great visiting you and Aunt Virgie you always had a lot to talk about and when I was a kid I enjoyed coming to your house and watching Sunday football with you and my dad Marvin

From Roy Alan Barnes...

Uncle Bob was my favorite Uncle. Even stayed at his house one summer. He always made me feel like family even though I was alot to deal with at that time. I will miss you Unc!

From Erma Kay (Barnes) Opper...

I first meet Bob when i was 5yrs old,He lived next door to us.He started dating my sister Virgie Barnes.He was the Best Person Ever.I will miss him,But i know he”s in good Hands.Love Kay Opper.

From Carrie Evinger...

You hold time within your hands, and see it all, from beginning to end. Please keep and carry this precious family in their sadness and loss. Cover them with your great wings of love, give their weary hearts rest and their minds sound sleep. Lord, lift their eyes so that they can catch a glimpse of eternity, and be comforted by the promise of heaven. Virgie, Linda, and family, I am so sorry for your loss. ~Carrie

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