Lewis L. Farrow

1942 - 2020

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Lewis L. Farrow, 77, of Van Buren passed away at 3:19 p.m., Friday, May 22, 2020, at his residence. He was born in Bath, New York on October 19, 1942, to the late Lewis and Lynn (Griffith) Farrow. He was a 1961, graduate from York Township School in Clyde, OH, he then attended The Ohio State University. He married Nancy Czako and they later divorced. Lewis is survived by two daughters; Rebecca Farrow of Sandusky and Elizabeth Flora of North Lewisburg, OH; and by six grandchildren; Ean Farrow, Ashlee Jones, Shelby (Dylan) Willey, Andrew Banda, Trinity Banda and Rylie Banda. Also surviving are two brothers; Tom Farrow of Swanton and Richard Farrow of San Bernardino, CA. Lewis served in the Army National guard from 1959 until 1965. He drove truck for 30 years, of which 22 years were with Signal Delivery Service where he earned the 1,000,000 mile Safe Driving Award. Lewis was a member of the VFW post 5645, the DAV, and the Ralph D. Cole Post 3 American Legion. All services will be private. Arrangements are being handled by COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, Findlay. Online condolences can be sent via www.coldrencrates.com

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To : Lew
Date :Thursday, May 28th 2020
From : Anne
To Lew’s Family:

Lew was a good friend of mine in our younger days. He was kind and always went out of his way to show his kindness.

RIP Lew.


To : Becky
Date :Wednesday, May 27th 2020
From : Uncle Dick
Thank for all of your help.
Pat N Dick

Rest in Peace Bro

To : Lewis' s Family
Date :Wednesday, May 27th 2020
From : Wes Orwig
My prayers go out to the Lewis's Family. I graduated with Lewis and considered him a good friend. Rest in peace.

Wes Orwig

To : Lewis Farrow
Date :Wednesday, May 27th 2020
From : Michael Hayward
Prayers to Lewis's family. I was a classmate. Hap, as he was known by many, was a fun guy to know. He always had a joke, pun, laugh or smile to share. RIP

To : Becky and Beth Ann
Date :Saturday, June 6th 2020
From : Aunt Pat
Our lives are about how we've loved, the things we've shared, and how we've touched each others hearts. Keep your memories of your Dad close to your hearts and he will always be with you. Uncle Dick and I will miss hearing his funny stories or latest jokes. We loved him and share your sadness.