William Harvey Fallaw Jr.
Bill and I had a long friendship that dates back to August 1, 1968, the date when we both began work with the C&S National Bank in Athens, GA. For ten years, from 1972 until 1982, I worked for his father in Gwinnett County and grew close to the family during those years. I also worked with Bill, Jr. during the brief time that we had become NationsBank and later at BankSouth. I only found out about his very untimely death today while talking to another long-time colleague from C&S and NationsBank and am shocked at his passing. He was a good man and a good friend and I will miss him. I am so sorry for Bill, Sr., Martha and Carole. At the top of the list of wonderful attributes of Bill's were his merits as a father, grandfather and all-around family man. My deepest condolences to all the family.
I m so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I always looked up to Bill and admired the closeness of your family. We had to move from Atlanta almost 4 years ago and lost touch.
I am so sorry to only have learned of Bill's passing so late. Bill was my friend and a great mentor in the banking business. He will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Bill and his family.
Chris & Teri Pridgen
Thank you so much for making us aware of Bill's untimely death. We had failed to see the announcement in Sunday's paper.
We remember fondly the football days long ago and your kindness in attending Trey's and Katie's wedding in Jekyll Island in 2006.
We assumed his death may have been caused by cancer since you mentioned Georgia Cancer Specialists with whom we have a relationship for LaTrelle's cancer issues since 2007. We can only say that we may understand some of the trials you have been through and will keep you all in our prayers during this time of dealing with your loss. God Bless You.
Carol, Terry, Tom and the wonderful Fallaw family.
I am so sorry Bill is gone. Bill was one of the best men I have ever known.
He touched and brightened the lives of so many people over his life time.
I'm especially grateful for the many wonderful memories I have of Bill teaching all of those kids how to be the best football or baseball player they could be and that will never leave me.
I am also grateful for witnessing the love and guidence he bestowed on Terry and Tom. And, for his absolute love and caring for Carol.
God bless you Bill Fallaw, you were one of a kind. You will be missed but not forgotten.
And, God bless the Fallaw family for sharing such a remarkable man with us.