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William Falarski

February 9, 1935 - September 18, 2010
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William \”Pops\” Falarski Jr., 75, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, surrounded by his loving family: a son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Julie and grandchildren. William was preceded in death by his wife, Roselyn \”Sis’ Barness Falarski, in 1976. He will also be missed by his beloved dog, Max. PopsContinue Reading

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Barb & John left a message on September 23, 2010:
In Memory of Bill. We always loved your zest for life and your appreciation for those around you. Your beloved Pitt Panthers are playing tonight ...you have the best seat in the house there watching from above. I believe we will see you again...until then we hold you in our hearts. Rest easy, Bill. God holds you in his arms.
David Solomon left a message on September 22, 2010:
I will always remember him at his granddaughters soccer game cheering her and the team on with him smiles and kind words. God Bless him and the family.
Bob and Becky Meuser left a message on September 22, 2010:
Dear Tim, Julie and kids, we were so sorry to hear about this news. Our thoughts and prayers to you and all your family. May God's peace be with you. Love, The Meuser family
Semovoski Family, Ken Linda & Nathan left a message on September 21, 2010:
Tim, we had the pleasure of meeting and spending time with you dad at the softball field this summer. He was a great and funny man, we shared a lot of laughs with him. May his soul rest in peace. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Mark Mikulich left a message on September 20, 2010:
Tim, I want to wish my condolence's on the passing of your father to you and the rest of the family. He truly was one of a kind. I'm glad you put in the times obituaries that he was a huge Pitt Panther fan beacause he really was an alltime fan of the panthers. I always enjoyed not just seeing him at the football games but also when i went to his house to watch old tapes of the Pitt games. He sure had a collection of tapes of the games, besides other tapes he had. It also was a pleasure when he came with you to watch us play basketball at St Peter@Paul. He would shoot hoops with us at halftime. In closing, I know that you willmiss him but you yourself was the apple of his eye. You did a great job with him. It was a pleasure to know him. Timmy, take care and may God bless, Kools
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Lynette Barness left a message on September 20, 2010:
In Loving Memory of My Uncle Bill... Thanks for all the fun times and laughs. When you babysat us we were always so happy and felt your love. Will miss your humor and silly ways. It was great to spend the time with you I did at the last 4th of July picnic. Rest In Peace Uncle Bill, Much love. I will miss you!
Debbie Bohon left a message on September 20, 2010:
Tim & Julie, My deepest sympathies. I pray for God's peace & comfort to surround & fill your family during this difficult time. In Christ's Love, Debbie
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