Thomas Farrell

Thomas Farrell

October 27, 1945 April 2, 2021

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Obituary for Thomas Lynn Farrell

In Loving Memory of Thomas Lynn Farrell 1945-2021

Thomas Lynn Farrell, 75, formerly of Kenhorst, passed away peacefully in his Paoli residence by his wife's side, Friday, April 2, 2021.

He was the loving husband of Sandra L. (Kachel) Farrell. They celebrated 53 years of marriage on Sept 21st.

Born in Allentown, he was the son of Geraldine (Silfies) Farrell, Kenhorst and the late Donald Farrell.

He was a graduate of Governor Mifflin High School in 1963 and proudly served his country in the U.S. Navy.

Thomas worked as an electronics technician at Met-Ed for many years until his retirement in 2014.

Tom enjoyed time with his grandchildren and playing golf. He mostly loved playing cards with his friends, attending his daughter's high school sporting events, his granddaughter's soccer games, lounging on a warm sunny beach, dancing with his wife and taking his dogs for walks.

Thomas is survived by his mother Geraldine Farrell; wife Sandra; daughter, Sloane Farrell LePage, married to Alexander LePage, Berwyn; two grandchildren, Margaux and Pierce; and two brothers, Jan, married to Lynn Farrell, Mohnton, and Mark, married to Pam Farrell, Exeter Twp.

Services and burial at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to CurePSP . Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc, West Reading is honored to assist the Farrell family. Condolences may be expressed at

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    Ft. Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
    Indiantown Gap Road
    Annville, Pennsylvania
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Erika M Haas

Dearest Farrell family,
Please accept my heart felt condolences on the passing of Tom. I had to opportunity to meet you all when Donald passed and shared the beautiful moment of Tom seeing Geraldine for the first time in several months. Your entire family is so loving and caring, I know you are grieving deeply. But what I remember most about all of you is the laughter. It truly is the best medicine.

In case, I am not able to attend the services, I send you hugs, kisses and prayers.

God Bless,
Erika M Haas, Kuhn Funeral Homes

Comment | Posted at 11:51am via Condolence

Joann DiFederico

Dear Mr. Tom,
I will always remember you and our times together, laughing, singing (especially The Chantelles), and eating all your favorites! I am blessed to have known you and although I will miss you so much, I am happy that you are at peace and rid of that terrible disease.
Sloane and family: my sincerest condolences for your loss. I will hold you close in thoughts and prayers.
Comment | Posted at 10:19am via Condolence

Eileen LePage

So very sorry. But we are all better people for having known him. With love, Eileen
Comment | Posted at 09:12pm via Condolence

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