Tim Farr

Tim Farr was born in Horton, Kansas in 1958. The family moved to Topeka when Tim was in Grade school. Tim Graduated from SHHS in 1976 lettering in football and wrestling. Tim then went on to the USMC,for 4 years.

Tim worked for the Railroad for 20+ years. He somehow always found animals along the tracks and brought them home as pets. Which goes to show how much he loved animals. He had owned many pets in his life, however snakes may have been one of his favorites.

Tim married Gerry in 1982, meeting through friends, then divorced in 2003.

Tim was a lifetime member of ABATE of Kansas at one point was the District Rep of ABATE district 4. You may have know him from his award winning rat bike, full of bumper stickers that Tim loved. He always loved running Toys 4 Tots, the Bike Show, Raising money for a good cause, and The famous Labor Day Rally’s. If there was a problem he was always there to help.

Tim married Wauneta in December 2008, after meeting through ABATE. Wauneta loved riding bikes with Tim and all the member’s of ABATE. Bikes were life. Wauneta passed in 2012.

Tim was a life time member of Flint Hills Girl Scouts, where he helped his daughters troop. Countless camping trips, and teaching girls how to fish. Always with a smile on his face even when doing dishes. Tim also coached his daughter softball team growing up.

Tim volunteered to help at Rossville Nursing home while his father was there. Always helping with Bingo, or Karaoke.  Tim had a passion for Karaoke, he was a fan of all sorts of music. He even knew how to play guitar in his younger days.

Tim had a passion for guns and knifes. Over the years he had quite a collection.

Tim was very proud of his family especially his Grand kids. He loved showing them all to all of his friends, and bragging about all of their accomplishments.

Tim will be loved and missed by everyone who knew him.

Tim’s Family:

Daughter Tymothie (TJ), and Braden, Grand kids: Cortlin Kral, Kya, Atlee, and Justus Spicher.

Daughter: Tanya (Bomber) and Brandon, Grand kids: Greyson, Dawson, and Carson Marsolf.

Son: Robert (Robbie), and Tonya Dugger, Grand kids: Robert T Clark, Sabastian, Jesse, Brodie, and Charlotte Clark.

Daughter: Amber Shutts, and Adam Huggins, Grand kids: Akira Shutts, Alize Davis, Damon and Nathan Huggins.

Daughter: Melissa, and Blake, Grand kids: Caden and Makayla Johnson.

Son: Casey, and Nicole (Nikki), Grand kids: Joseph (Joey), and Casey Jr Shutts.

Sisters: Tami and Don Sheets, and Tonda Keeler.

Brothers: Terry(Joe), and Thomas (Frank) Farr, and Nancy.

And countless Nieces and Nephews.

Tim was a very beloved Friend, a mans, man. His family also includes Abate members of district 4, Patriot Guard, USMC, and countless others that Tim had helped in his life.

Proceeded by Death: Parents Tom and Eva Farr, Wife: Wauneta Farr, Son: Thomas (Ira) Farr, Grandsons: TJ Clark, and Griffin Spicher.

Memorial services will be held February 23, 2019, 3pm at Whitey’s Place, 9500 T4 Rd Hoyt, KS. Bring a chair.

Donations can be made to Midland Hospice House or the VA.

Flowers can be delivered to at above address.

18 “Tim Farr

  1. Tim and I served served together in the Marine Corps ( Topeka Marines ). Sorry to hear of his passing. Semper Fi from the Sgt. Maj.

  2. My sympathy goes out to Tim’s family. He will really be missed, I will sure miss him. Could always talk to him and know he understood me, he was that kinda guy. I will still have my talks, Tim, I know you will hear me.

  3. To all of Tim’s family & friends, Elena & I extend our hearfelt thoughts, prayers & condolences to all on Tim’s passing.
    His passing is hard, because he was such a nice guy!!!! Missed will be those bear hugs, bearded kisses, those pierced boobies, that rat bike & foremost that everpresent smile!!!! We don’t believe that Tim ever met a stranger or after you met him that there wasn’t a hug when you would meet up! I could go on & on, but basically, Tim you are missed my friend, we are all better off for knowing you & you will never be forgotten, my friend/brother!!!!
    Rest now, brother, enjoy your reunion with family & friends that have gone before you. Please give eveyone a hug for us & save me a margarita!!!

  4. Sorry to hear about the passing of Tim. We were classmates at SHHS. He passed away on my Birthday, so I will not forget this.

  5. We rode together, Tim and I….
    And a camping tent, we did spy…
    With three young maidens thereby,…
    The problem was there were three.
    And we were two, Tim and me…
    Like many problems, we solved this too…
    I bucked one and Tim buck two…

    Love you Brother, until we meet again, Valhalla, Sköl .

  6. Once again we lose a great man. It was an honour to know him and I am happy I was able to spend some time with Tim during my short trips through the States. He will be missed. Eternal respect.

  7. I will always Love and Miss Tim. He was my Big Bear and protector. I 1st met him in the late ’80’s through his brothers and then again later we became ABATE Family. I once asked about one of his stickers on his rat bike and he kindly sat me down and told me the stories for different ones on the bike. You all are in my thoughts as you go through this rough time. Please know you have a wonderful angel in heaven watching over you all in him.

  8. My prayers are with the family Tim was a person with a generous and caring soul he will be greatly missed ride high in the sky Tim love you POPCORN

  9. R.I.P. Brother!!!
    You will be missed & remembered fondly by the many that knew & loved you.
    To your family, friends, and brothers & sisters in the biker community our thoughts, prayers & condolences!
    Ride free forevermore!!!
    Respectfully
    Kim & Colleen

  10. Rest in peace Tim. Our deepest condolences and prayers for your family; you will always be in our hearts. Ride free & fly high ! Richard & Connie Prock

  11. I first met Tim in High School when I wrestled him for third place in a tournament. I Wrestled for Seaman High School. He beat me. Then a couple of years later we both served in the same company in the Marines. Tim was always fun and a great person to be around.

    My condolences toTim’s family and friends …Semper Fi

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