McDonough, GA Lindy Farmer, Sr., age 89, of McDonough, Georgia passed away December 20, 2020. A native of Fayetteville, North Carolina and a long time resident of Henry County, Mr. Farmer was a true southern gentleman. He served 30 plus years as a deacon in the church. He was currently affiliated with Liberty Baptist Church. Mr. Farmer retired from Olivetti Underwood after working for over 20 years as a service technician.

He is survived by his children, Lindy Farmer, Jr. of Ellenwood, Donald (Margie) Farmer of Stockbridge, Dale Farmer of McDonough and Joy (Tim) Pippin of Stockbridge; 9 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; loving family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Luther Farmer; mother, Debbie Barber; daughter-in-law, Patsy Farmer and his loving wife of 66 years, Sara Brooks Farmer.

Words of Comfort may be offered at www.horisawardfairviewchapel.com.

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