Paul Farrer, 45, of Dover passed away unexpectedly Monday, April 12, 2021.
Born June 23, 1975, in Cleveland, he was the son of Carolyn Murphy Farrer of Dover, and the late Edward Farrer. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his three sons, Dominic Snowden of Cleveland, and Logan and Tanner Farrer, both of New Philadelphia; his sister, Janet (fiancé, Jeff Clark) Farrer of Dover; and his nephews, DeAndre, Daylen and Dante.
“Paulie,” as he was often affectionately called by family and friends, was a self-described comic book nerd and an avid collector of anything Batman, which was by far his favorite comic book character. He never met a stranger and was a friend to everyone. Paulie was always willing to help or lend a hand in any way he could.
He tried to be the best dad he knew how to be. He loved his boys more than he loved himself, and he could not have been more proud of them.
Paulie faced many obstacles in life and was able to overcome them. One of these obstacles though was addiction, which was a years’ long struggle – and he fought so very hard against it. Sadly, he had plenty of life left but no more fight.
Paulie will be missed by all who knew and truly loved him.
His family and close friends will gather privately to remember him. To sign an online guestbook and share a fond memory of Paulie, please visit the Tribute Wall link at the top of this page.
Donations are suggested to the family to help with final expenses, and may be made by visiting the Tribute Fund link, also on this page.