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Sheila Kay Farrar

Sheila FarrarSheila Huff Farrar, age 75, of Crockett, passed away Tuesday, May 26, 2020 in the Palestine Regional Hospital. Sheila was born November 24, 1944 in Crockett to parents, William Rashe Huff and Earline Louis Richardson Huff. She was a 1963 graduate of Crockett High School where she was a twirler and drum major. Sheila worked for Houston County Electric Coop for over 31 years as the office manager and was a member of the Good Shepherd Fellowship Church.

Sheila is survived by husband, Jerry Farrar of Crockett; daughter, Marla Reeves of Crockett; grandchildren, Shelby Kay Reeves of Lufkin and Seth Mitchell Reeves of Lufkin; great-granddaughter, Chandler Kay Purvis; step-grandchildren, Troy Farrar and wife, Debbie of College Station, Stacey Pugh and husband, Dave of Albuquerque, NM, Kyle Farrar and wife, Anissa of Houston; step-grandchildren, Joshua Pugh, Joseph Pugh, Elizabeth Pugh, Anna Pugh, Jonathan Pugh, Luke Farrar, Izzy Farrar, Cooper Farrar, Ellory Farrar, Gage Farrar. She was preceded in death by parents, William and Earline Huff.

A private graveside service for Sheila Huff Farrar was held Friday, May 29, 2020 at the Dailey Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Moore, Frye, Echols Scholarship Fund, c/o Susan Park, P. O. Box 1248, Crockett, TX  75835

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

12 Comments
  1. I use to live next door to Sheila when I was a child on Terrell street. I loved her name Sheila and I vowed to name one of my children after her. My daughter is Sheila Gaye Hutsell Baker of Lovelady. After I moved back to Houston County I made it my mission to look this lady up. She was a most kind and gracious lady and I was so glad to have named my second daughter after her. She will be missed Wanda Cutler Alderman

  2. Jerry, Marla and family,
    We are so sorry to hear this news, keeping you all in our prayers during this time.

  3. Shelia was our second mom, she raised us as her own. So many great memories with this amazing woman. We will never forget her smile, infectious laugh and fun loving soul! She was always up for anything and put up with our shenanigans. We find comfort that Shelia is with Dobba and Gandy. We love you Marla and family!

  4. Marla and Jerry, I am so sorry for your loss of your beloved mother and wife. She was a dear dear Christian lady. She will be missed by so many. My heart aches for you and your family. Know that my prayers and deepest thoughts are with you today and many tomorrows.

  5. So sorry for your loss, Jerry, Marla and family. She was so sweet and she used to bring the church office a delicious cheese ball at Christmas time. Very thoughtful and generous. My prayers are with your family, during this very sad time.

  6. Marla and family, Shelia was a beautiful lady, always looking for fun, with an infectious laugh! I will remember her fondly. Although I haven’t seen her in years, she always remembered me at Christmas with a personal card. I will miss that! My prayers are with you! Leigh

  7. Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Sheila Huff Farrar. We will miss her very much, but are so thankful for the time we had together. I was fortunate enough to go through twelve years of school with Sheila.
    I remember her as kind and thoughtful at all times. It was obvious that she valued her family,friends and community. A beautiful person…inside and out. God bless you Sheila and thank you for all the love and friendship you’ve left with us!

  8. We are so sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing . Keeping you all in our prayers . Tom and Becky

  9. Jerry, so sorry about Shelia, she was a real sweet friend

  10. To Sheila’s family.
    Known her since her high school days and she never changed from the beautiful young sweet and kind person God gave us all to have as a friend.

  11. What a sweet lady I remember; Sheila was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Hugs to all her family.

  12. Sheila accepted me as a newcomer to the ladies class at First Baptist Church here right away. She was one of the most accepting,outgoing, and friendly of the class.This made her so special to me because I needed a friend so badly. Now, I will miss her sweet accepting smile and radiant warmth as a true child of God who wasn’t afraid to make a stranger feel welcome.
    I am so sad to just learn of her passing. Because of the pandemic and isolation,and with out regular church not meeting inside, I just didn’t know about her passing. My heart is broken and goes out to her family. May God bless you all and have mercy on you during this most difficult and sad time.

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