Jeff PfarrJeff Pfarr, 52, Sanborn, ND died Monday night, November 19, 2012 at Essentia Health in Fargo, ND after a short battle with cancer. Jeff Pfarr was born February 24, 1960 at Jamestown, ND, the son of Carl G. Pfarr and Betty Lou (Miller) Pfarr.
Jeff Pfarr, 52, Sanborn, ND died Monday night, November 19, 2012 at Essentia Health in Fargo, ND after a short battle with cancer.
Jeff Pfarr was born February 24, 1960 at Jamestown, ND, the son of Carl G. Pfarr and Betty Lou (Miller) Pfarr. Jeff was raised to be a good, kind man. He received his education in the Jamestown school district and graduated from Jamestown High School in 1978.
He and Eileen Schmidt were married July 15, 1989 at Jamestown, ND. They made their home in Sanborn, ND. He worked for many years for Mayer Truckline before establishing Pfarr Trucking. His steady haul was for Northern Plains Steel out of Fargo. Although Jeff’s work life was spent behind the wheel of his big rig, he was always content to turn any other driving over to his capable wife, Eileen.
Together they enjoyed all outdoor sports, horses, and visiting with many close friends and relatives.
He is survived by his wife, Eileen, Sanborn, ND; father, Carl Pfarr, Jamestown, ND; 1 sister, Pamela Pfarr, El Paso, TX.
He was preceded in death by his mother and his infant sister, Penny.
The memorial service will be at 11:00AM Saturday November 24, 2012 at the First Church of the Nazarene with Rev. Richard Reynolds, officiating.
The arrangements are with the Haut Funeral Homes in Jamestown, ND
Online Guestbook: www.hautfuneralhome.com
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