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Kyle Ross Farrand


Hamlin, NY –  April 9th, 2018, at age 48, after a long, courageous battle with esophageal cancer. He is survived by loving wife, Regina (Ruscio); children Chelsea, Annie (Brian), Ethan; parents Frank and Judy Farrand; brothers Scott (Lisa), Randy (Elaine), Chris (Kristy); in-laws August and Angela Ruscio; brother in-law Michael (Joscelyn) Ruscio; several nieces and nephews; great nieces and nephews. Kyle is pre-deceased by his brother Tom.

No prior calling hours, church service Saturday, April 14th, 11 am, St. John’s Lutheran Church, 1107 Lake Rd. N, Hamlin, NY. Luncheon/gathering immediately following.

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  • I will always remember our laughs and your fatherly talks to chels and I, our many dinners and friendlys ice cream nights. Your loving and strong willed personality is something people find far and few between. The love you had for your family and others and your courage is like no other. You will never be forgotten and you put up one hell of a fight and can now rest peacefully. My thoughts, prayers and love for mom, Chels ,Annie and Ethan will never fail. You are dearly missed already I love you!

    - Shannon
  • For of all of you I wish u peace and the love of our lord. I pray for all of you to begin the healing process and for u to have peace in your hearts. And all of you are in my thoughts and prayers for now and the days ahead of you.

    - Brooke davis
  • May your family and yourself be at peace as he is now at peace as well ! May God guide you through this time of need ! Amen !

    - Billie Jo vanhoy
  • Will always remember our fun times at your mom and dad’s opening walleye season. And we always had our pool for the Kentucky derby. Great guy and we will all miss you. Condolences to the whole family that you may have the strength to get through this. Love you guys.

    - Ann Schell
  • Dear Regina and Family,

    My deepest sympathy to all of you at this time.

    Elaine Marie

    - elaine stroh
  • Chris, Kristy and the entire Farrand family,
    I did not know Kyle, but I prayed for him daily as I would ask Kristy how he was. Words she used to describe Kyle were, kind, gentle, hard worker, family and love. May he now rest in peace. Cherish all the memories they will live forever in your hearts.
    May God hold Kyle in the palm of his hand.

    - MARY GRACE CALLIPARE
  • I lived on Coolidge until 1967. Kyle had not been born, but I spent a lot of time playing down by the creek with Scott, Randy and Chris, and we were all kept in line by Judy and Frank from time to time. Funloving family with raucous boys. My deepest condolences to the whole Farrand clan.

    - Sandra Christine Short-Bartlett
  • It was such a honor and my great pleasure to have been Kyle’s Palliative Care Nurse for the last year. He was always so full of life, never complained and fought the good fight until the very end still fighting the inevitable all the time wanting to be so strong and not wanting to leave his family behind. Know that in these difficult times he is still with you everyday; in your thoughts, mind, memories and more so in your hearts ~ he/you will never be apart.
    I am so very sorry your loss, think of you all everyday and am wishing you peace.
    With much love and share your sorrow,
    Jennifer Schultz RN URMCHC ~ Visiting Nurse Service

    - Jennifer Schultz RN

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