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Loretta Sue Farrar (Crumb), 45
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In loving memory of Loretta Sue Farrar (Crumb) of McMinnville, she was 45 years young, passed away on Sunday Sept. 13 at her home, was affiliated with Jehovah’s Witness faith.

Loretta was born July 25, 1975 in Morris, Illinois to mother Sandra K Ricketts (Kenneth R Ricketts Jr.) & father Curtis F Crumb I (Christine Crumb).

Ms. Farrar is the oldest of five siblings, Lynn Carter, Ann Bishop (Tony Bishop), Jodie Nunley (Rex Nunley), Curtis Crumb II.

Loretta was blessed with four amazingly hard-headed children as herself, Brittany Marsh (Cody Marsh), Bradley Hawkins (Breana Hawkins), Kaitlin Farrar, Dayanna Short.

One of her greatest days was not only becoming a Mom but getting to be a MeMe, she adored each and every one of her grand-babies Brielle Meyer, Audra Hawkins, Laeci Marsh, Levi Hawkins & Kellen Marsh. 

If Loretta wasn’t at home you could bet she probably had her family at the lake camping and fishing or at the grocery store waiting for her to check all her coupons. She loved music and dancing; she would even try to sing along as loud as possible even though she couldn’t carry a tune. Her smile would light up the room with a laugh that was irresistible you couldn’t help but join in yourself. Loretta was a hard worker, she even saved up to buy her own land and home where she could raise her zoo of animals and try every craft idea Pinterest had.

She had a love for life with ideas bigger than the universe and even if days got rough she never stopped being that little girl who Dreamed Big. 

Ms. Farrar will be cremated and no services will held at the funeral home.

Southern Standard

(McMinnville, Tenn.) Sept. 20, 2020