We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Scarponi-Bright Funeral Home, Inc.
Paul “Farmer” Frank Jr. grew up in Califon NJ and was born to Paul Farmer Sr. and the late Dorris Frank from Califon NJ on April 30th 1951. Paul is survived by his son Michael Frank, Sister Patricia Jones and Husband Chris Jones, Sister Lora Harris and Husband Tod Harris. Paul has also been survived by 4 nephews, and 2 nieces. Predeceased By: Mother Doris Frank, Father Paul Farmer Frank Sr. and Wife Barbara Frank.
Paul was a Union Laborer in the local #472 and had acquired the nick name “The Hippie” on job sites. He worked as a construction worker on various project all local to NJ from the age of 17 and included such projects as major gas lines coming through NJ, high rise bridges such as Landing Lane bridge, to interstate construction projects all over the North region of the state of NJ.
Paul loved his family time, and enjoyed being with loved ones first. His family time and free time was spent catching up with ones he was closest with on the phone and in person, having band practices, visiting local markets, and trips to see family whenever possible.
Farmer was a guitarist and musician part of country music bands: Freedom Rode, Honky Tonk Deluxe, Fallen Angel, and Dixie Highway since the early 1980’s. Paul also was an audio engineer, producer of musical recordings, and enjoyed learning about how all components of music are important.
Farmer enjoyed Motorcycling though out his life, and also set up charitable benefits for the motorcycle organization A.B.A.T.E. Paul was an advocate for motorcycle awareness and safety on the roads. Paul enjoyed motorcycles as a pass time even more so in his later years
Having fun was always what Farmer would prefer to have with anyone he was present with and lived life to the fullest.
A Celebration Of Life service will take place on Saturday, Oct 23rd at the Clinton Elks Lodge from 1 -4pm.
Arrangements by Scarponi-Bright Funeral Home in Lebanon, NJ.