— A woman who died of a suspected meth overdose in a nursing home in northwest Indiana said her boyfriend, a former inmate who died a few months before her, had been a “monster.”
Nancy Farrar, 89, of LaFaye, died Monday after a month-long struggle with an infection, the LaFayette County coroner’s office said.
Her boyfriend, Richard Goss, died in October.
Farrart, who lived at LaFleur nursing home before she died, was the only inmate in the facility.
The couple had been married for 46 years.
LaFleur was a former prison at the end of a strip mall in downtown LaFee, and Goss and his wife were there at the time of Farrars death.
Fardar was an inmate at the LaFleurs home when her boyfriend died.
The couple was married for 50 years, according to the La Fleur Daily News.
They had a 3-year-old son together.
Farrar had recently moved to Florida and was living with her sister, the newspaper reported.
FARRAR’S FRIEND WAS A CUSTOMER WHO WORKED AT A LAFA TEAHOUSE When she died in January, FarrArs boyfriend, who worked at the prison in the early 2000s, was at home working, Fardars sister told WKYT.
“He was there and he was just a nice guy, just like his father,” she said.
“He was a good dad.”
FARRAR WAS ALSO A COUPLE WHO SAID THEY WERE ALIVE IN FEDERAL PENALTY-RAISE STATES FARRAR WAS A PATIENT OF THE LAFAYETE COUNTY CORONER’S OFFICE FOR 14 YEARS, WISHING TO SEE HER DAYBOOK FROM HOME FORT WAYNE, Ind.– The funeral will be held at 10 a.m. “
I can’t believe it.”
FARRAR WAS ALSO A COUPLE WHO SAID THEY WERE ALIVE IN FEDERAL PENALTY-RAISE STATES FARRAR WAS A PATIENT OF THE LAFAYETE COUNTY CORONER’S OFFICE FOR 14 YEARS, WISHING TO SEE HER DAYBOOK FROM HOME FORT WAYNE, Ind.– The funeral will be held at 10 a.m.
Monday at La Fleure Baptist Church, where family members are expected to attend.
A candlelight vigil is planned for 10 a:m.
at the home.
Farrows sister, Lora Siegel, told The Indianapolis Star that Farrarrs death has left the family devastated.
She said the death of the man she loved was a shock to everyone.
“It’s just a big shock to everybody, because it’s the biggest loss for our family,” she told the newspaper.
“We don’t know what happened, but it hurts us a lot.”