August 17, 1944 – December 13, 2022
Source Girdner Funeral Chapel
Lou Ann Farmer went to meet her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on December 13, 2022 at the age of 78 after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Lou Ann was born in Flathead, Montana on August 17, 1944 to Ted and Annabelle Fox. She moved to Weaverville at the age of 17 and met her husband, Richard Farmer, her junior year. She was a cheerleader at Weaverville High School and Richard was a football player. They moved to Scott Valley in 1976 with their three children and were married for 56 years.
She was preceded in death by her parents Ted and Annabelle Fox and by her husband, Richard Farmer. She is survived by 3 children, Michael (Shanna) Farmer of Etna, Debbie (Brent) Ballow of Sutherlin, Oregon and Scott (Dianne) Farmer of Medford and four grandchildren, Skylar, Jackson, Kennedie and Anthony. She is also survived by her brother Bob Fox, sister-in-law Katherine and nephew Rob of Weaverville.
Lou Ann worked for Etna Elementary for many years as a teacher’s aide and was an active member of the Callahan Community Church. She loved deer hunting, crafts, painting, gambling, shopping and she loved her chocolates. She was always ready to hit the road and go at a moment’s notice. She was a beautiful loving, giving person to her friends and family and she surrounded herself with beautiful, loving, giving friends and cherished all their friendships and adventures. She will be truly missed by all who were privileged to love and know her. She had a heart of gold and she loved to laugh.
No services are planned at this time. Donations can be made at parkinson.org, michaeljfox.org or apdaparkinson.org dedicated in memory of Lou Ann Farmer.