Nancy O. Farrell

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Nancy Oliver Farrell, 73, of 134 Hanover Rd., Martinsville, Va., passed away at herAi??home Tuesday, March 15, 2016. Mrs. Farrell was born on August 11, 1942 inAi??Washington D. C. to the late Inez Duncan Oliver and the late John Crane Oliver.Ai??She is predeceased in death by one daughter, Jeanette Kathleen Farrell and oneAi??brother, James Lake Oliver.

She is survived by her spouse, Thomas Patrick Farrell; epimedium donde comprar en bs as buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada, buy lasix online canada. . four daughters,Ai??Lydia Jane St. Peter (Jim) of Tazewell, Va., Jennifer ai???Jennyai??? Farrell Lynn (Scot) ofAi??California, Maryland, Theresa Joy Jannone (Darryl) of Canton, PA and Emily JoAi??Farrell of Highpoint, NC; two sons, Daniel James Farrell (Elizabeth) of Midlothian,Ai??Va. and Christopher John Farrell (Crystal) of Spotsylvania, Va.; nineAi??grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Nancy was a graduate of George Mason High School of Falls Church, Va. SheAi??attended Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, prior to that she was a member ofAi??Chatham Heights United Methodist Church. Mrs. Farrell was the President andAi??CEO of Commercial Transfer Systems of Woodbridge, Va. Nancy cared aboutAi??people. She was founder of ai???Thou Shall Prison Ministryai??? where she correspondedAi??weekly with sixty clomiphene citrate 50 mg kaufen. inmates and families in seven states. She was especially proud ofAi??encouraging the transformation of souls otherwise forgotten.

Source: Martinsville Daily

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