Jeffry Wade Farrow 4-15-73 ~ 6-17-2011

-Jeffry Wade Farrow, 38, of Aurora CO, passed away at home on Friday, June 17, 2011. Jeff is survived by his parents, Robert and Phyllis Farrow, siblings Catherine (Dan) Hearn, Christopher (Vikki) Farrow and Jason Christopher Farrow, nephews Ryan Seal, Adam Seal and Chance Farrow, and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Jeff has also left behind his soulmate, Dee Dee Hutsell and their “kids”, Wynta (an Australian Shepherd) and Bella (a Bernese Mountain Dog).

-Jeff was happily employed at CTDI where he loved his work and the friends he made there. Although Jeff was an excellent cook, a great artist and a huge Rush Fan, his greatest passion was his dogs and all animals. Jeff and Dee Dee were “parents” and Foster parents (through the Dumb Friends League) to many dogs over the years, offering them love and sanctuary they would not otherwise have received. He always enthusiastically shared stories of his animals with family and friends, encouraging all of us to remember the plight of animals everywhere.

-We know Jeff will be missed terribly by all of us, but we are comforted to know that he is now with his best friend, Coda (canine son of Wynta). He was also preceded in death by his grandparents, Herb and Julia Farrow and Lucille Vaccareillo and his Great Aunt, Carole Fatica and Uncle Rick Vaccareillo. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to Dee Dee Hutsell for the continued care of Jeff’s “babies” or the Dumb Friends League.

Dee Dee Hutsell

16236 E. Perdue St.

Aurora, CO 80013

720-833-8797

[email protected]

Dumb Friends League

www.ddfl.com

2 Comments
  1. jrf2112 11 years ago

     THE METH  TORE UP HIS HEART, AND AFTER FINALLY GETTING ON TRACK HIS HEART GAVE OUT. 

     

    NOT SEEING MY BABY BROTHER AGIAN CAN'T WON'T COMPUTE

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  2. jefwheels 11 years ago

     I am very very sorry to hear of your loss my friend. Things like this will never make sence. You and your family are in my prayers tonight. I lost my younger brother to the disease of addiction is the very sane way – he was only 40. Hang in there. Johnny wheels   

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