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Jason Wayne Farr

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Jason Wayne Farr, age 47, died at his home in Roswell, NM on July 18, 2017, after a long battle with his health. At his side was his best friend and life partner, Robbie Rogers, who survives him. His children Raquelle, Justin, Tyler, Amanda, and Austin also survive him, as well as his precious grandchildren. His father Allen Farr, sister Mary Grace, Uncle Edward Peterson, aunts Glenda Turner and Betty Cazzassa, nephew and nieces, numerous cousins, as well as countless friends he made throughout his life.
He is preceded in death by his mother Judy DeYoung, grandmother Hazel Peterson, grandfather Charles Peterson, brother Don Farr, and aunt Carol Peterson.
Jason was born May 22, 1970 in Fort Worth, Texas, where he lived for many years of his life. He loved the area and will be missed by many friends and family members there. Having family roots in New Mexico he moved to Roswell in the year 2000 where he settled and established his life. Jason made many friends who became his chosen and loyal family. His chosen family included all ages from young children to the elderly.
Time was never an issue if someone needed a shoulder to cry on, an ear to listen, or just good company. Whether it was 2 p.m. or 2 a.m. Jason was always ready to sit down with you. No matter what your worry or problem in life he had a way of making you feel everything was going to be all right and put a smile on your face.
Besides spending time with those most important to him he enjoyed going to the casino, texting, Facebooking with his friends, had a great love for music, enjoyed 4 wheeling and mudding, and was always up for the next road trip. He loved talking smack and he was a smooth talker too! He always had a story to share with whoever would listen and he definitely could tell it like no other. He was always the life of the party and if he could make you laugh then he had accomplished his goal! Throughout the years some of his happiest moments were spent out in his garage tinkering with his latest project or looking to make his next deal. He loved taking apart or putting back together anything that had a motor of any kind. He had a great love for cars and motorcycles whether it was driving, racing, or fixing them.
A memorial celebration of Jason’s life will be held Saturday, August 5, 2017, at West Alameda Church of Christ, 2807 W. Alameda. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. Services start at 1 p.m. Everyone is invited and welcome at that time to share stories or anything about your love for Jason.
Although so many of us are left behind with a hole in our heart and missing Jason, may we find comfort in the following:
I know he is up in Heaven watching over us. When our time on Earth is done he will be waiting to greet us with a smile and open arms, where we will once again enjoy his company. For now he is healthy and whole again. He has joined his faithful dog Peanut (Terd) and they are walking around together loving this new journey. “Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal”
Donations to cover expenses for services are needed. If you are able to make a donation please contact Robbie Rogers at 575-317-9700.