Coy Lee Farris, 70, of Evening Shade died Feb. 25, 2005, at his home.
Born Oct. 21, 1934, at Franklin, he was the son of John and Estel Tadalock Farris. He was a factory worker and member of Piney Fork Church of Christ.
Survivors include his wife, Pat Farris of the home; a daughter, Lanette Treadway of Cave City; a stepson, Rob Poetzel of Sullivan, Mo.; four brothers -- Bob Farris of Cave City, Floyd Farris of Batesville, Ted Farris of Sidney, and Eddie Farris of Evening Shade; a sister, Mamie Couch of Nashville, Tenn.; three grandchildren -- Derek Treadway of Cave City, Misty Farris of Cave City, and Jason Farris of Evening Shade; two great-grandchildren -- Hunter Farris and Jadon Farris of Cave City; and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Marty Farris; a brother, Claude Farris; and a sister, Amie Grimes.
The funeral was Feb. 28 at Piney Fork Church of Christ with Jack Richardson officiating. Burial followed in Wiles Cemetery at Ash Flat.
Pallbearers were Derek Treadway, Tony Farris, Bryan Bower, Brett Farris, Barry Farris and Rodney Bowser.
Honorary pallbearers were Bob Lassiter, Clifford Wright, James Simmons, Fred Arnold, Noel Arnold, Tom Qualls, Junior Runsick and Ronnie Qualls.