Takarra Deannea Farrington, commonly known as “Karra” was a person whose life profoundly impacted many others. She was a resident of 14 Waterfall Drive in Freeport, Grand Bahama. Takarra was a beloved student at the university known for her contagious personality and generous heart, according to her Facebook profile.
The tragic news of her passing rapidly went viral online, as countless admirers and friends expressed their sympathies.
How did Takarra Farrington Jones Die?
We are saddened to share with you that Takarra passed away at 38. Her premature death at a young age left her family and friends in a terrible state of grief.
Her family posted a notice on Facebook announcing her death. However, the main reason for her death was not made public.
On Saturday, April 9, 2022, at 11:00 a.m., the funeral service for Takarra Deannea Farrington-Jones, also known as “Karra” was held. Takarra Farrington’s loved ones and family take comfort in their treasured memories of her during this difficult time.
You can see her funeral services in the post provided below:
Takarra lived at 14 Waterfall Drive in Freeport before she passed away. Reverend Harrison Butler presided at the funeral. Following the funeral, Takarra was buried in The Pavilion Mausoleum and Burial Site on Cathedral Boulevard in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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Takarra Deannea Farrington commonly known as “Karra” was a person whose life profoundly impacted many others. Sadly, there is little information accessible regarding her history and private life. We offer our sympathies to her family and friends. Additionally, you can pay tribute in the comments section below.
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