Elizabeth Annabelle Farr (Betty) waltzed her way into Heaven on February 14, 2021.
Born in Chaumont on April 24, 1936, she was the daughter of the late Clarence Elmer and Grace Fredenburg Lane. She graduated from Lyme Central School. On March 22, 1955, she married Harold H. Farr of Brownville and helped run the family farm for 44 years. The marriage ended in divorce.
Betty was an interior designer for many years. She loved to dance and could be found on the dance floor most Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons. She also liked to play cards and go garage “saling.”
Betty was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS), Carthage, where she served as Librarian. She was also a member of the Ladies on the Lake, Theresa; Golden Girls card club; Jefferson County Genealogy Society; Evans Mills and Watertown Seniors; and the Black River Fiddlers.
Surviving are three daughters: Donna Fracolli (David), Newman, CA; Zabeth Farr (Mark L.), Denver, CO; and Kathryn Farr, NY; and one son, Thomas Farr (Kathleen), Atlanta, GA.
Also surviving are half-brother, Eli Lane, San Diego, CA; and half-sister, Tammy Burkard, Springfield, VA;
7 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A brother William Roger and half-brother Ricky died before her.
A memorial service and calling hours will be conducted by Frederick Bros. Funeral Home, Theresa in the fall of 2021. A Celebration of Life gathering will be held in the fall of 2021. An announcement for both events will be publicized as arrangements are confirmed. Burial will be at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Chaumont.
Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Missionary Fund, 21883 Cole Rd, Carthage, NY 13619.
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