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Western Slope Obituaries 4-18-11

Harold C. Farley, 76, of Cedaredge, Colo., passed away April 9, 2011.

He was born to Paul E. and Annabell (Brown) Farley on January 14, 1935 in Austin, Colo. Harold lived in Cedaredge, Colo., most of his life.

On May 17, 1959, Harold married Billie J. Ayers in Delta, Colo. The couple would have celebrated 53 years of marriage this year.

Harold worked in the drilling business. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking and spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife, Billie J. Farley of Cedaredge, Colo.; three children Kenna Ashurst of Grand Junction, Colo., Sandra Trotter of Denver, Colo., and Craig Farley of Battlement, Nev.; one sister, Lynn Nielson of Aztec, N.M.; one nephew, David L. Spickert; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Memorial services were held April 14, 2011 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cedaredge, Colo.

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Burial followed at Cedaredge Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made in Harold’s memory to the Rocky Mountain Nurses.

Harold C. Farley, 76, of Cedaredge, Colo., passed away April 9, 2011.

He was born to Paul E. and Annabell (Brown) Farley on January 14, 1935 in Austin, Colo. Harold lived in Cedaredge, Colo., most of his life.

On May 17, 1959, Harold married Billie J. Ayers in Delta, Colo. The couple would have celebrated 53 years of marriage this year.

Harold worked in the drilling business. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking and spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife, Billie J. Farley of Cedaredge, Colo.; three children Kenna Ashurst of Grand Junction, Colo., Sandra Trotter of Denver, Colo., and Craig Farley of Battlement, Nev.; one sister, Lynn Nielson of Aztec, N.M.; one nephew, David L. Spickert; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Memorial services were held April 14, 2011 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cedaredge, Colo.

Burial followed at Cedaredge Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made in Harold’s memory to the Rocky Mountain Nurses.

Harold C. Farley, 76, of Cedaredge, Colo., passed away April 9, 2011.

He was born to Paul E. and Annabell (Brown) Farley on January 14, 1935 in Austin, Colo. Harold lived in Cedaredge, Colo., most of his life.

On May 17, 1959, Harold married Billie J. Ayers in Delta, Colo. The couple would have celebrated 53 years of marriage this year.

Harold worked in the drilling business. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking and spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife, Billie J. Farley of Cedaredge, Colo.; three children Kenna Ashurst of Grand Junction, Colo., Sandra Trotter of Denver, Colo., and Craig Farley of Battlement, Nev.; one sister, Lynn Nielson of Aztec, N.M.; one nephew, David L. Spickert; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Memorial services were held April 14, 2011 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cedaredge, Colo.

Burial followed at Cedaredge Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made in Harold’s memory to the Rocky Mountain Nurses.

Harold C. Farley, 76, of Cedaredge, Colo., passed away April 9, 2011.

He was born to Paul E. and Annabell (Brown) Farley on January 14, 1935 in Austin, Colo. Harold lived in Cedaredge, Colo., most of his life.

On May 17, 1959, Harold married Billie J. Ayers in Delta, Colo. The couple would have celebrated 53 years of marriage this year.

Harold worked in the drilling business. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking and spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife, Billie J. Farley of Cedaredge, Colo.; three children Kenna Ashurst of Grand Junction, Colo., Sandra Trotter of Denver, Colo., and Craig Farley of Battlement, Nev.; one sister, Lynn Nielson of Aztec, N.M.; one nephew, David L. Spickert; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Memorial services were held April 14, 2011 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cedaredge, Colo.

Burial followed at Cedaredge Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made in Harold’s memory to the Rocky Mountain Nurses.