FREEPORT — Barry E. Farrington, 68, of Freeport, went to the Lord on Feb. 11, with his family by his side.
He was born in Farmington, Oct. 18, 1943, to the late Helen L. (Clement) and Vinton H. Farrington. Barry attended the Jay schools.
Until his retirement, Barry was the owner of Farrington Logging, having worked side-by-side with his son, Larry.
Barry knew hard work, but he also knew how to enjoy life. He loved being outside, whether it was hunting, fishing, attending state fairs or taking his beloved dog, Ralph, to Winslow Park. Barry was a member of the Harness Racing Association and owned many race horses. Barry always looked forward to family gatherings. He enjoyed having a garden and watching the birds. He also loved watching the Red Sox, old westerns on TV, along with listening to the music of George Jones and Elvis Presley.
He is survived by his wife, Janet (Ottolini) Farrington; one son, Lawrence (Larry) Farrington and his wife, Sue, of Sebago; two daughters, Lisa Michaud and her husband, Norman, of Wells and Lyn Farrington and her companion, Anke Gee, of Acton; four grandchildren, Tyler Farrington and his wife, Katie, of Tennessee, Crystal and Grace Farrington of Sebago and Ryan Labbe of Wells; along with stepchildren, Eric and Lauren Ferron; stepgranddaughter, Addison Jones; one sister, Janice Rackliff and her husband, Mickey; one brother, Allen Farrington and his wife, Penny, both of Jay; and his trusted companion, Ralph.
Barry was predeceased by his parents; his brothers, Arnold and Keith; along with the apple of his eye, his daughter, Laurie.
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