Donald Clyde Farber died at Newton Medical Center on Monday, Dec. 23, 2019. He was 73.
Born to Clyde and Julia Farber in Franklin, N.J., he has been a resident of Dingmans Ferry, Pa., for many years.
Donald served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War then worked as a delivery driver for Region Oil in Franklin, N.J., before retiring. He was a member of the Tri-State Rod and Gun Club, enjoyed driving tractors and motorcycles and bowling in his bowling league.
Donald is predeceased by a brother, Frank Farber and a step-daughter, Mary Recchio and is the devoted father of Donald Farber and his significant other, Christine Stires of Hamburg, N.J., Darren J. Farber and his significant other, Valerie Johnson of Marion, KS, Tim Farber and his wife, Kristen of Wantage Township, N.J., Nichole Douma and her husband, Scott of Bushkill, Pa., and Jamie Farber and her Fiancee, Nick Dellavecchia of Dingman’s Ferry, Pa. Loving grandfather of Joshua, McKaden, Shane, Paige, Scott, Nicholas, Krystal, Megan and Adam; great-grandfather of Lena; stepfather of Philip Recchio and his wife, Kathy of Wantage Township, N.J., Tammy Griffith and her husband, Chris of Sumter, S.C., and Amanda Costa of Green Cove, Fla. Dear brother of Wayne Farber and his wife, Carolyn of Franklin, N.J.
Visitation was held at F. John Ramsey Funeral Home, Franklin, N.J., on Dec. 30. A U.S. Army Flag Presentation Service followed. Cremation was private.