Glenn R. Farley, 57 of Danville (formerly of North Salem), passed away December 6, 2019 at home with his wife by his side. He was born on July 29, 1962 in Indianapolis to the late Freda (Burden) and Erskine James Farley. He married the love of his life, Lamonda Spears, on October 6, 2018. Glenn was a veteran and he served 9 years in the Indiana Army National Guard. He was a man of many traits but retired as a tree trimmer. He enjoyed woodworking, building many birdhouses, feeders, and other pieces that he proudly displayed in their yard. Glenn was an avid fisherman who could really tell some stories and he loved bow hunting with his dad and also his best friend, Brad Carr.
Glenn attended the First Assembly of God in Danville, and was one of the kindest, gentlest men, who loved helping others and rarely put himself first. He battled his cancer with a fierce attitude. He is survived by his loving wife, Lamonda Spears of Danville; his children, Kyle Mischler of Florida, Tommy Farley of Utah, Tiffany Spears Ritchey of Kentucky, Mickey Lutz of Danville; his brothers, Craig (Donna) of Massachusetts, Ken (Karen) of South Carolina, Tim Farley of North Salem and his sister, Robin Brooks of Danville. He also leaves behind his 3 darling fur babies who will miss him deeply, Hope, Franko, and Rogan.
Glenn and his wife had an awesome love story and he liked sharing it with others. They dated in high school, he went to the army and they lost touch. Both married and divorced and then found each other again 40 years later. They never skipped a beat and picked up right where they left off. He truly loved her very much and he loved his family and friends with his whole heart. You will never find a better man in our eyes. He was an exceptional God loving man who will be greatly missed and never forgotten.
Services will be at 2:00 pm on Saturday, December 14, 2019 in Baker Funeral Home, Danville, with burial to follow in the New Winchester Cemetery. Brother Phillip Bilyeu will officiate. Visitation will be from 11:00 am until the service in the funeral home.
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