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LouAnn Farrow

June 24, 1955 - April 11, 2024

ANDOVER – LouAnn Farrow, 68, passed away on Thursday (April 11, 2024) at Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua following a lengthy illness.

Mrs. Farrow was born in Perkinsville on June 24, 1955 to Floyd and Rita (Shull) Buchanan. On September 25, 1971, she married Arthur Miller who predeceased her on January 23, 2008. On July 4, 2021 she married Ronnie Farrow, who survives.

LouAnn had a varied vocational career. She worked at Burger King in Wellsville. She was a cafeteria aid at Andover Schools. She enjoyed working at Wellsville Veterinary Clinic as a kennel assistant. Her most satisfying jobs were when she worked at Hornell Gardens and later Wellsville Manor in the housekeeping department. She took great pride in helping the residents have good quality of life in their living spaces. LouAnn retired in 2014.

In addition to her husband, LouAnn is survived by two sons, Arthur J. Miller of Allentown and John (Thara) Miller of Andover; two daughters, Karin Miller of Tonawanda and Kristina (Les) Radsek of Clayton, Wisc.; 7 siblings, Frank Buchanan, Floyd Buchanan, Rita Jacobs, Lola Brown, Cece Drew, LaVerne Greenwood and Sam Jackson; 11 grandchildren, Layton Miller, Kaiden Miller, Cooper Miller, Ella Miller, Laynee Miller, Preslee Miller, Cohen Miller, Nikita (Vee Chavdar) Miller-Radsek; Kegan Miller, Dustyn (Aimee) Radsek and Eryk (Bailey) Radsek; 3 great-grandchildren, Edward Chavez, Al Chavez and Riannon Miller-Radsek and another on the way; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Along with her first husband, LouAnn was predeceased by a brother Fred Greenwood.

LouAnn was a member of the Wellsville American Legion Auxiliary. She also spent a great deal of her leisure time in reading, primarily mysteries, romance and suspense. She delighted in the outdoors by fishing. Family outings just for fishing were some of the best times for LouAnn. She took great pleasure in observing and feeding hummingbirds, and, when she was younger, sunbathing. She put in a vegetable garden each year, and canned the fruits of her labor. She brought the outdoors in by growing houseplants with her amazing green thumb.

According to her children, LouAnn made the best apple pie “ever.” A favorite memory centers on a special get away to Ocean City, Md. LouAnn enjoyed taking drives to search out the deer and, at Christmas, to see the many lights and decorations. Her trips to Niagara Falls and Florida with her husband Art were particular highlights for LouAnn. Most of all, LouAnn cherished the time she spent with her family and friends.

There will be a Celebration of Life at a date to be announced. Arrangements are under the direction of Baker-Swan Funeral Home, Andover. Online condolences may be offered at © 2024 Baker-Swan Funeral Home.

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