Farnell Donald William

March 26, 2018 11 Condolences Print Obituary

On Saturday, March 24, 2018 Don Farnell of Edmonton passed away peacefully at the age of 74.

Don was a man who was in conscience and constant contact with God, he is now enjoying His Full Presence.

He leaves to mourn and is sadly missed by his loving family; his daughter Cheryl-Anne, son Greg and his wife Cathy. Don's loving grandchildren Spencer and Paige will greatly miss their Poppi. He also leaves his brother Allan (Jeanne), his sister-in-law Barbara. Predeceased by his brother Bruce. Don will be profoundly missed by the hundreds of people whom he touched and whose lives he transformed.

Although gone from this plane, his teachings and legacy will live on with those whom he has shown "The Path".

Celebration of Don's Life and Legacy
Friday, March 30, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at
Trinity Funeral Home
10530 116 Street Edmonton, AB

Flowers are gratefully declined, if desired donations are requested to Hope Mission, 9908 106 Ave. Edmonton, AB T5H 0N6

  1. Thank you for showing me the path thus far, and yes I will remember ‘no buts’.

  2. Cheryl-Anne, Greg/Cathy, Allan/Jeanne, Barbara, and family: Sorry for your loss and may the love of family and friends help you through this difficult time. It has been some time since I have seen Donnie (and many of you), however I will always remember his smile, his wit and humour, the twinkle in his eye when he would laugh and the kindness he showed to me and others. He made an impression on me at an early age and into my adulthood. Rest with God now.

  3. God bless you all! I am sorry for your loss . Kimmy

  4. My deepest sympathy to you all. I hope you find comfort in knowing how loved your father was and how many people he helped! God has prepared a place for him. I will miss my friend. Kimmy

  5. My deepest condolences to the family. Don was a special man who helped change the lives of many people who sought help. He was a kind and loving man who was loved by many. May God’s peace be with you. Mary Lou

  6. Goodbye my old friend. We will miss you. Thanks for leading the way.

  7. In your glofified body in glory Don. Love you man thanks for taking the time and laying down your life. Your Best Friend and brother Big (Spiritual) Bob Munroe

  8. My deepest condolences to Don’s family. I have only met Don on a few occasions but my life has been deeply impacted by his kindness and commitment to many of my friends. May he Rest In Peace.

  9. Condolences, thank you Don for mentoring my mentor and leading the way. May you rest easy in paradise.

  10. Today was the first time my call went unanswered. I knew the moment it said this line was disconnected….you’d gone home…point to point. He called your number and you answered. Friend, you forever changed my life and my boys lives! Though I missed it all-your celebration of life and seeing your beloved family-I know you’d say its just as its meant to be. I’m sorry I missed you dear trusted friend. I took for granted you’d always be around…I’ve a broken heart today as Im sure we all do. And Heaven has been singing glorious songs since your arrival-they too are now Blessed! Love you to the moon and back! Heartfelt love and condolences to your beloved family Don Don! Love Shell

  11. Don was my best friend from age 5 to 20. Growing up together in the east end of Toronto. Attending Bowmore Rd school and Danforth Tech. I lost touch with Don after he moved to Alberta but have wanted to connect with him again the last few year. I should not of put it off. I put his name into google today and found his obituarie. I know it has been 2 years but I hope you get this message and also say hello to Allan. Don was a good friend to grow up with. we had a lot of good times at school and going to Grand Bend and other places as wild teenagers

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