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Infinite variety of if training ever answer any questions sister and for his children and all who knew him. He had entrepreneurial spirit, analytic mind, and of learning. Combined with his strong work ethic, this led him to develop innovative processes, procedures and efficiencies during his six decades of farming. He and his beloved wife worked hand--hand as a dedicated team raising their family and running the farm. Mr. McFarland was deeply loved and be exceedingly missed. Mr. McFarland's parents, D. McFarland Sr. and McFarland and his brother, preceded him death. Mr. McFarland is survived by his wife, five children, nine grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren, as follows: Bippus of Ind., and her sons, of Grand Rapids and of and grandchildren R.J., and of Grand Rapids and and of Price of Indianapolis, and her children, Linderman and both of Indianapolis and grandchildren, and Linderman and and all of Indianapolis. O'Rourke of Canton, Mich., and their D. McFarland III of and their sons, of Fort Smith, Ark., and of McFarland of and their children, Kurth and and their grandchildren, and Kurth, all of He is also survived by a sister, Bowen of Services be held Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. at the Federated Church and officiated by Pastor Nyhuis. The family receive visitors at the church on Monday, Oct. 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. and at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, prior to the service. A luncheon be held at the church following internment at Hill Cemetery Memorials be made to the Federated Church. Our Dad always be our hero. She was born Maywood Illinois and was raised She moved to Fennville 1952. She then moved to Holland, 1996. She worked for Overtons South Haven, for years she also worked for Fennville Public Schools over 10 years until retirement 1984. She was a loyal Cub fan and time Square Dancer. She was a member of Central Park Reformed Church of Holland, former member of Fennville Methodist Church and also Evergreen Commons. Her family includes: Husband of 59 years Willerton of Holland, daughter and Adams of Greenbrier, AK., and Haynes of Grandville, and Willerton of Fenton Missouri, daughter Willerton of Zeeland; four grandchildren, two great grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. A memorial services be held 11 a.m., Saturday October 18 at The Central Park Reformed Church of 614 Ave Holland, with The Rev. Landegent officiating. Memorials be made to The Central Park Reformed church Building fund. Arrangements were made by The Northwood Chapel Dykstra Life Story Funeral Home 295 Ave. Holland Please visit to sign 's online registry, share a photo, or read her life story. 59, of South Haven, formerly of Keeler, passed away suddenly on Monday, Oct. 13, while at work Bangor Township. The family meet friends from 12 to 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 17, at the Bangor Chapel, D. L. Funeral Home, where the funeral service be at 2 p.m. Friday. Interment follow Keeler Cemetery, Keeler Township. was born Oct. 27, Decatur, the of and and had worked for the past 15 years at Berrybrook Farms. He loved riding his motorcycle, reading and watching Westerns, and animals. He was a person that was willing to help whenever anyone needed him, was loved by his nieces and nephews. Surviving are his three brothers of Decatur, of Bloomingdale, and of Fairbanks, Alaska; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded death by his wife, 2002; and two brothers, Nate and 85, of passed away Monday, Oct. 13, at Bronson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Lawton. was born July 19, Senath, Mo., She was the daughter of and Damron, both of whom precede her passing. married on 12. She went to work at V.M. Corporation and was a loyal employee for