Mark W. Farlow
Word was received last evening by Mrs. Walter FARLOW of 204 N. 16th Street,
of the death of her son Mark W. FARLOW of Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. FARLOW, 52,
was on a hunting trip in Maine, accompanied by his wife, Florence, when he suffered
a fatal heart attack. Mr. FARLOW had been a research chemist in the experimental
station of the Dupont Company in Wilmington, Delaware, for thirty years. He received
the Bachelor degree from the University of Illinois, and the M. S. and PhD from the
university of Wisconsin.
He is survived by his wife, Florence; two sons, Frank and Kent; two daughters,
Anne and Frances; two brothers, Major Allan W. FARLOW of Commerce, Texas, and
Victor FARLOW of Wilton, Connecticut; three sisters, Grace BROWN of Mt. Vernon,
Bernice WHIPPLE of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Frances TOWNES, Norfolk, Virginia.
Funeral services will be held at Wilmington at one o'clock on Saturday, November 17.
Source: The Register News
Date: Wednesday, November 14, 1962
Submitted by: Mary Zinzilieta