Farrell, Stephen

November 13th, 2017

Unexpectedly, at University Hospital on Monday, November 13th, 2017, in his 49th year. Beloved son of Robert “Bob” Farrell and the late Lois Farrell. Survived by his uncle, Peter Fry, his nieces and nephews, and extended family and friends. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Stephen are asked to consider a charity of your choice.  Arrangements entrusted to Westview Funeral Chapel. 

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    Diane LawrenceI have known Steve and his family for many years and I can not imagine the heartache that his Dad, girlfriend and her girls are dealing with right now. He often spoke of his home and job at the marina in the Kawarthas, and being on the water. We spoke often at the London Knights games when I worked there, and we shared a love for the harvards at Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association. He loved fighter jets just as much as I do and would often be seen plane spotting at London Airport during the arrivals for the air shows. He always made sure to say hi to me when he was there. His huge smile, hearty laugh and teddy bear hugs will be missed by many. Rest in Peace Steve. To the family, my condolences.
    Gary NickellWe will miss you Steve you were a very good friend and neighbour. We had lots of laughs especially when we would come over for a swim, bantering over the fence or by walking by your house as you sat on the veranda. You liked talking to Jenny and Kristen when they were around. God Bless!!!
    Eric JacquesHello from Montreal Quebec, I send my condolences and prayers to Stephen family ! I meet him on the Live streaming app called Periscope and we become close friends. I always remember his passion for boats and his friendship. RIP Steve and god bless you 🙏
    John ColemanSteve, we never met but knew each other well. I can't believe you've sailed. The Beautiful Deborah [as you called her] and I will miss you. I hope there's a chip truck up there.
    Christina Fyffe I can't believe you're gone. I never made it up to see you and your family. Oh the joy you had when you spoke about your family. The love you all had for each other was incredible. I smile about all of the times we spoke and you told me you were going to have Chinese food. Because as you said, the Farrells Love Chinese food! Captain Boogaboo you were loved by many people and are sorely missed.
    Lois MacklinWe never met but our conversation's were always about how much family and friends and your passions meant to you. You had such a big heart and cared so much about everyone far and near. Your passions in life made you a one of a kind person. I know you will be a beautiful angel over looking everyone dear to you. I will miss you and our chats. R.I.P Steve
    Judy GearhartI miss you so much Steve ❣ We had started making plans for your trip to Oregon to visit then fly back with you... Buti miss our chats and messages and calls throughout the day,... You'll always have a very special place in my heart ❣ I'm so sorry to all of the family for your loss of a Wonderful man, thoughtful, caring & loving ❣I Love & Miss You Steve ❣❣❣❣
    Lisa BrandtSteve and I never met in person but we chatted on social media. He was always positive and cheerful. My heartfelt condolences to Steve's family.
    Marilyn WallaceDear Steve: My heart aches that you are gone before us "old codgers". I remember your birth, and later on..... when you were such a cute little fellow.....just like the framed picture of you with a gorgeous head of blonde hair. I started calling you "Stevie Wonder" back then. Everytime I got a new car, I headed over to make you the first person to sit in the passenger seat. It was a tradition. It had to be correct. I am so sorry, Stevie, that I missed the last one. I saw the disappointment in your face. Oh, and how could I ever forget "the Attack of the Lawn Chair People"??? LOL!! We have shared so many memories and many laughs with you, your Mom and your Dad, enjoying many a meal/swim together....the February Grosvenor Club visits...the night of the major snowstorm, when somehow, I got to stay at your house and you were stranded at school all night...yikes!! Remember the day I made you burnt pizza boxes for lunch? How about watching you grow up over the years as we spent time in the pool. There were big changes from summer to summer. Oh, and thanks for always helping me with my tires. I am so glad I got to attend two of your "passions" with you and enjoyed the experience of a London Knights game and Hot Air Ballooning. Steve, how glad I am that I got to share in a small way, over a small part of all of your life. I want to say last and not least, I will miss you Stevie and I love you! You are in a better place and I say to you...let the fun begin....and know this, you will always be Stevie Wonder to me! Love....Aunt Marilyn (Stephen always called me Aunt Marilyn...I loved that!) Dear Bob: My heart's desire is that you would have peace in your heart over these upcoming times, knowing that you gave Steve the best you had to give. My loving and deepest condolences to you, Bob, as well as all of Stephen's family and friends. Marilyn Wallace
    Doris & Rob LaneOur thoughts and prayers are with Bob and family. The Oakridge neighborhood will not be the same without Steve's presence. I too will miss that friendly wave from Steve sitting in his lawn chair as I drive by. Take Care.
    Tina StarkSending my sympathies. Could a family member or close friend, please get in touch with me, on my e-mail address? I spoke to Steve a couple of weeks ago and there seems to be confusion with his family members, many thanks, Tim Stark
    John & Lillian HodgeBob, We are so sorry for your loss. I just found out today Dec 16th of Steve's passing. Our condolences go out to you. Your back door neighbours. God bless. John & Lillian
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