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|Posted by: JONATHAN SMITH|
Wed January 01, 2014
|TO THE FALSEY FAMILY , I AM SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. BILLY WAS A GOOD FRIEND. MY MEMORIES OF BILLY ARE MANY - SLED RIDING DOWN 'GRASSY HILL', PLAYING FOOTBALL AT THE EDGEWOOD CLUB,
AND JUST SPENDING TIME TOGETHER ALL OVER WESTVILLE.
BILLY WILL BE MISSED. GOD BLESS, REST IN PEACE BILLY.
|Posted by: Ann Marie Luongo|
Thu January 02, 2014
|I was so pleased to meet and work with Bill during the last few years of his life. My condolences to his family.|
|Posted by: Sr. Danielle|
Fri January 03, 2014
|Hi Marily, John, CJ, Melanie and Jennifer,
I am sorry I can't be there with you all today or Monday, but know that I am praying for you and believe that Billy is without pain, limits or any kind of constraints. I am grateful for his presence in our family and wish for you all peace and strength over the next few days especially.
|Posted by: Anna Mauro Lombardo|
Sat January 04, 2014
|Marilyn and family,
I am sorry I cannot be with you a this time but please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. I know that it is hard to lose a loved one so early in life, but know also that your brother is now at peace and free from any more pain. Stay strong and well.
|Posted by: Paulette|
Wed January 08, 2014
|So sorry to hear about Bill's passing. I had the pleasure of working with him at Birmingham Group. He was a kind person who really cared about people. I will always remember his great sense of humor and nice smile.|
|Posted by: Rick Preissel|
Thu July 02, 2015
|Bill Falsey was a great friend and neighbor in Westville, New Haven, CT, on Woodbridge Avenue for all the years we lived there 2 houses away from each other. We had great times and Jon Smith said it best about sliding down "Grassy Hill" and playing football at the Edgewood Club. The Falseys took me to Pine Orchard in the summer to go to the beach and swim. They treated me like a member of the family. Bill always stayed in touch when I lived on Irving ST in New Haven, in Killingworth and even after I moved to MA. He would call periodically to catch up on any news, tell me what was going on in New Haven and reminisce about the old days in the neighborhood. We had a lifelong bond even though we hadn't been in touch for years after I moved to Florida. Brian Smith kept me apprised of what was going on in New Haven since I moved to Florida in 1998. Well, Bill, thanks for being such a great and loyal friend. You are surely missed. Hope to see you in Heaven some day. Keep a place open for me. The whole neighborhood should be up there eventually to party like it's Friday night all over again. RIP and Godspeed.|