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Dennis Ferette Farrior

Feb 25, 2018 | February2018, Obituaries |

Mr. Dennis Ferette Farrior of 4980 Delano Road, College Park, Georgia died Saturday, February 3, 2018 at his residence.

The funeral service will be held Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 1:00 P. M. in the chapel of the J. W. Williams Funeral Home in Cordele, Georgia.  The burial will follow at the Antioch Church Cemetery in Lee County, Georgia.

On July 2, 1971, Dennis Ferette Farrior was born in Leslie, Sumter County, Georgia. He was born to Mrs. Katie Farrior and the late Mr. John Ronald Farrior.

He was educated in the public school system of Sumter County.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Garner and Louella Snead of Leslie, Georgia and John Donald and Addie Mae Farrior of Albany, Georgia. His uncle Mr. Tommy Snead and his aunt, Mrs. Mary Johnson, also precede him in death.

On Saturday, February 3, 2018, our son, brother, and friend quietly slipped away from us. Memories of his life will live on in the hearts of his loving and devoted mother, Mrs. Katie Farrior of Leslie, Georgia; four beloved sisters, Ms. Wendy Sampson of Eatonton, Georgia, Mrs. Penny White and her husband, Mr. William White, Ms. Natalie Farrior, and Ms. Denise Farrior all of Americus, Georgia; his beloved aunts and uncles, Mrs. Mamie Robinson and her husband, Deacon Arthur Robinson of DeSota, Georgia, Mr. Garner Snead and his wife, Mrs. Callie Snead of Detroit, Michigan, Mr. Ernest Snead, Mrs. Carrie Snead, and Mr. Willie C. Snead all of Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs. Nancy Clark and her husband, Deacon Willie Clark of Leslie, Georgia, and Mrs. Martha Snead of Americus, Georgia; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends, including a devoted cousin, Ms. Tiffany Clark and a devoted friend, Mr. Carlos Watts.



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January 2018 Vol. XX No. 12