Al Farr / Ali Daneshi'far

Ali Daneshi’far (Al Farr) at Nickelsville.  Photo by Pamela Kliment.

Ali Daneshi’far (“Al Farr”) 1959—2009

Al lived at Tent City 3 before moving to Nickelsville. He was a good friend to everyone in camp. He had been a taxi and limo driver at one time, and owned his own painting company before hard times hit him. He loved his daughter and son, Nicole and Alex.

Al’s Leaf is placed at the Seattle Justice Center. If you have stories or memories to share about Al please post a comment.

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