Pauline Wallace Farley
Monday 17th of December 1951 - Saturday 9th of March 2019
Pauline Wallace Farley passed away March 9, 2019, after a brief battle with cancer. Polly was born on December 17, 1951, in Lexington, to the late J.B. “Bernie”, and Dorothy Scully Wallace. She was a graduate of Lexington Catholic High School. During her career, Polly worked at Summit Engineering, Home Builders Association of Lexington, and retired from Clay Ingels Company. Polly is survived by her sisters Sally Stevens, Lexington, and Janie (Mark) Szabad, Port St. Lucie, Florida, her nieces and nephews, Ryan (Casie) Stevens, and Erin Grinstead, great niece and nephew Ellie Stevens and Oliver Grinstead, all of Lexington, and her extended Wallace, Scully, and Fister cousins, including Aunt Lida Rodgers. Polly was an independent woman who was loving and loyal to all her friends and family. She will be sorely missed.
The family expresses deep gratitude to Angie and the Pink2 team of Bluegrass Hospice Care for their excellent care and support for Polly. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Bluegrass Hospice Care or the St. Paul Church Restoration Fund.
Service arrangements are still pending at this time. Please check back later for updates. Thank-you.
RUBY S. ANDERSONsays
POLLY YOUR LEAVING IS SO HARD. YOU WERE TRULY A SPECIAL FRIEND AND MY SISTER. I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER. THOROUGHLY ENJOYED OUR TIME TOGETHER ON THIS EARTH. LOOKING FORWARD TO OUR REUNION ON THE OTHER SIDE. YOU TOLD ME YOU WOULD SEE ME ON THE OTHER SIDE AND I AM COUNTING ON THAT. I HAVE SUCH A VOID IN MY HEART. I KNOW YOU ARE AT REST AND NO MORE SUFFERING. EVEN THOUGH I KNOW THIS I STILL MISS YOU..................