Andrea farrington obituary: Andrea Farrington, 20 of Cedar Rapids, once of Montezuma spent away appallingly Friday evening, June 12, 2015, in Coralville, Iowa. Burial service administrations will start at 10:30 am on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at the Community Hope Church in Montezuma. Similar to her desire, her body will be incinerated following the administration. The appearance will be held Tuesday, June 16, 2015, starting at midnight at the Community Hope Church with the family present to welcome loved ones from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Commemoration commitments might be made in Andrea’s name to be resolved sometime in the future. Companions may sign the online guestbook at https://www.dailywebpoint.com. Holland-Coble Funeral Home of Montezuma is accountable for plans.
Andrea Farrington, the girl of David and Cheryl Farrington, was conceived on June 23, 1994, in Phoenix, Arizona. She moved on from Montezuma High School with the class of 2012. After graduation, Andrea went to Hawkeye Community College, Iowa Valley Community College and Kirkwood Community College before finding her fantasy work at the Iowa Children’s Museum in Iowa City as a palynologist and a visitor invite master. Andrea adored her activity and working with youngsters. She connected with everybody; get to know them with her infectious snicker and irresistible grin. In 2014, Andrea had twofold bone jaw medical procedure that she was thrilled for, and it transformed her. She was an enthusiastic Iowa Hawkeye and Chicago Bears fan. She cherished her long stretches of cheerleading, playing loud music, grain, Snapchat, or more all-vehicle rides with her closest companion, Cassie.
She was gone before in death by her fatherly granddad, Jim Farrington, and two cousins, Tony Farrington and Shawna Hicks.
Andrea is made due by her folks, Dave Farrington of Montezuma and Cheryl Farrington of Grinnell; her sister Cassandra Farrington of Grinnell; her fatherly grandma, Norma Jean Farrington of Montezuma; her maternal grandparents, Leigh and Barb Wilcox of West Des Moines; her uncommon companion, Connor Sirovy; her uncles and aunties, Chad (Tara) Wilcox, Nancy (Walter) Hagist, Alan Farrington, Rebecca (Skip) Fatzinger, Pam (Mike) Benelli, Scott Farrington, and James Farrington; her cousins; and her many, numerous companions.