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Robert "Bob" Farrell

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Robert "Bob" Farrell, who co-founded
a popular chain of ice cream parlors that were the home of countless children's birthday parties, died Friday August 14th, 2015, in Vancouver, WA after an extended illness. Mr. Farrell passed away with his wife, Ramona, and family by his side. He was 87. Farrell, who was originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., opened the first Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour in Portland in 1963. By 1970, he had opened 55 shops throughout the West. The chain later expanded to more than 130 shops after it was sold to the Marriot Corp. in 1973. Please click here for the full obituary.

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