Lee E. Farnsworth

Born: 07/22/1977 Passed:

Lee E. Farnsworth

Lee E. Farnsworth, age 39, of Canton, passed away on Thursday June 08, 2017 at Aultman Hospital. He was born July 22, 1977 in Canton, Ohio to Judy Tangler and Robert Farnsworth. Lee was a graduate of East Canton High School.

Lee will be greatly missed, but never forgotten, by many family members, extended family members, and friends. He will always be remembered as a man with a Big Heart and a quirky sense of humor. He is survived by his mother, Judy Crumrine, Step-Father, Rollin Crumrine; brother, Rollin Crumrine (Katie, Mason); sisters, Lynn Preston (Steve, Sheila, Brooke, Morgan, Jacob), Mary Parker (Richard, Ariana, Andrew), and Rhonda Huprich (Josh, Rylee, Kaylynn, Anthony, Sierra); daughters, Emma Lee Farnsworth and Natasza Kowalska; beloved Audry Lin McNutt (Destiny, Harmony); Step-Mother, Viola R. Farnsworth; many nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and step-siblings. Lee was preceded in death by his father, Robert E. Farnsworth. There are not enough words to express the love surrounding this large family, which includes the many extended family members and close friends.

The family will receive friends for a Memorial Service on Friday June 16, 2017 from 6-7 pm at The Sanctuary Church of God, 6535 Maplebrook Street NE in East Canton. The church will be offering a meal for family and friends who wish to gather and celebrate the love of this son, brother, father, uncle, and friend to so many. In lieu of flowers, donations will be greatly appreciated for his children.

Heritage Cremation Society

330-875-5770

 

14 Tributes to Lee E. Farnsworth

  1. Trace Morton Giffin says:

    My deepest sympathies to all of you. Love and prayers for peace and healing. Rest peacefully Lee…

  2. Dani says:

    Every Time I seen Lee he always smiled and told me how much he loved his Girls!!!
    Praying for the family and friends
    Audrey McNutt he loved you with a passion!!

  3. Eric Budinski says:

    I graduated with Lee, class of 1995. He was a great guy, made you laugh, even if you didn’t feel like laughing he’d say something crazy to get ya to laugh. It’s hard to see someone leave this earth before their time, but if God is ready for him, you know he’s doing OK.

  4. Terry and Tom Ritchie says:

    We will miss you our dear friend. Prayers for the family. For Audrey, and the girls. Always in our memories.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for being so kind

  6. Alissa Swartz says:

    My prayers are with all of you. So very sorry for your loss.

  7. Marsha Schrock says:

    I have a few memories he would come get Bub or Ronda at the farm. He never said anything to them even knowing they were not supposed to be in that condition . But I’m sure he said alittle advice to them. Rondasybe at Kim’s too! But I know he was a great person. God Bless him and his family

  8. Brenda Jozwiakowski says:

    Larry and I send our deepest sympathy and love to Lee’s family and friends at this difficult time.

  9. The Brunoni's says:

    Love and prayers to everyone. Gerry, Kathy, Lilly Brunoni

  10. Ann Baldwin says:

    In art class, he sometimes made me crazy, but always made me laugh. He will surely be missed by friends and family. My prayers go out to all his loved ones left behind.

  11. KdM says:

    Please consider making a donation to help support Lee’s family. They’d really appreciate it right now. Thanks so much.

    gofundme.com/help-support-lees-family

  12. Tom and Minnie Metz says:

    Our condolences on your loss. We know first hand the struggles and pray for peace upon your family.

  13. Ricky Crawford says:

    You were one of a kind Lee, a real friend that come few and far between. You were always there for me on the drop of a dime last min to give me a hand with anything from picking a car up to the Rily’s Jo To Go trailer in Youngstown. We always had laughs and a good time doing anything. Loved the great times and memories ill always have had with our girls Tiffany and Audry hanging out, loving life with the baby girls at home to screaming at the top of our lungs at the ignorant owl hahahaha. I just wasn’t ready and neither was anyone else for you to disappear from our lives man. Love ya bro ill never ever forget you. Thank you for being a great friend.

  14. Teresa Welch says:

    My deepest thoughts go out to Audrey and the girls. I pray for God to wrap his arms around you and comfort you. Love and prayers .

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