Don T. Farmer

  • Born: July 5, 1918
  • Died: April 21, 2009
  • Location: Shirley, Indiana

Condo & St. Pierre Funeral Home & Crematory

130 South Main Street
P.O. Box 115
Wilkinson, IN 46186

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Don T. Farmer, 90 of rural Mechanicsburg, Indiana passed away April 21, 2009 at Middletown Nursing and Rehabilitation in Middletown, Indiana


Condolence & Memory Journal

i will sadley miss great uncle don! he was such a funny guy! i have many great memorys of listening to my grandpa (Robert Farmer) and my dad (Bob farmer) all telling stories together, sadley all three are gone now but will never be forgotten!

Posted by jennifer farmer - Indianapolis, IN   May 17, 2009

I always enjoyed joking with Don when I was a kid hanging around my dad's and uncle's farm equipment dealership. He teased the heck out of me and any friends of mine who may have been around the store. I'm sure he was a special and attentive grandparent, because he always had time for kids.

Don Farmer, besides being their cousin, was very close to my father, Tom Wilkinson and my uncle, Gene Wilkinson. They've had regular breakfast meetings for as long as I can remember. Don will be greatly missed. He had a lively spirit and always a kind word.

Posted by Michael Wilkinson - Indianapolis, IN   April 23, 2009

To the family of Stacy Harman:
Our family is very sorry for your loss. We will be thinking of you and praying for you in the next several days to come. I hope it was a beautiful service and that you may find peace in knowing that your great grandfather's soul is now at rest. We love you all.
Love, Jamie, Kelly, Cameron, & Tanner Huffman

Posted by Kelly Huffman - Pendleton, IN   April 23, 2009

My thoughts and prayers go to the family of Don Farmer. As a Freedom Team Salute ambassador, I have great admiration for Don's courage and unselfishness in fighting for our country in WWII.He also stood tall as an inspiration to the Masonic order throughout his life. We owe him our thanks and praise.

A lodge brother and Army veteran,
Rudy Nylund

Posted by Rudolph Nylund - McCordsville, IN   April 23, 2009

Dear Karen, Bill, and family,

We're sorry that we could not be with you in this time of sorrow for the loss of your Dad.
I remember reading the following words and thinking how true the meaning was:
"Your father cannot lose the place in your heart - His love is still around you as it has been from the start... So even though you'll miss him, may it comfort you to know his memory will be with you wherever you may go."

With Sympathy,
Love Mike, Judy, and family

Posted by Mike and Judy Sipe - New Castle, IN   April 22, 2009