- Published: October 14, 2021
Avram Wimer-Farr died of an undiagnosed heart condition on Friday, Sept. 24, at his residence in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He was 26, born Dec. 28, 1994.
Avram attended Yellow Springs High school. He took classes and was a student worker at both Antioch University Midwest and Miami University. He worked for five years at Siebenthaler’s in Beavercreek as a nurseryman, a job that allowed him to work outside and be among co-workers he considered friends. Siebenthaler’s planted a beautiful Kentucky yellowwood tree in his memory.
Avram was creative and funny and always had a smile to share. He loved walking at the covered bridge; spending time with his dog, Lucy; watching the fish in his aquarium; and sitting on his deck listening to music. Most of all, Avram was kind and gentle and loving.
Avram is survived by his family: Jayne and Stephen Richeson, and his sister, Willow, of Yellow Springs; and Brad and Ashlie Farr, and his twin brothers, Shiloh and Truman, of Centerville. He is also survived by his maternal grandma, Carolyn Wimer; his uncle, aunt and cousins, Todd, Terese, Molly and Mason Wimer; and his paternal grandma, Linda Sheets, all of Kettering.
A small family memorial will be held and a gathering of friends will be communicated via social media, once planned.
The world is a lesser place without your light. You’ll be missed more than you could ever imagine, kiddo.
3 Responses to “Avram Wimer-Farr”
Avram was my first born grandchild who filled my heart with so much joy over all the years we’ve spent time together. There will be a hole in my heart until we meet again my sweet boy. I love you to the moon and back.
Love, Mi-Ma ❤️
Hear from was my first born grandchild and the love of my life. He brought so much joy over the years Leaving a hole in my heart until we meet again. He was sweet, kind and so tenderhearted. I love you to the moon and back.
My condolences to you all. I am glad to have known Avram, and he indeed always had a smile. Sending good thoughts your way