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January 06, 2014
My Dearest Marilyn and Family,
My heart was broken when one of the LH gang told me that Bill had passed away. He was always my Angel and he will always continue to be my Angel. The only difference is that he is now living in Heaven, surrounded by blessings and the glory of God. I am so sorry that I didn't know about the passing of "Our Bill." I would have been there for you, my dear, sweet friend. I take comfort, only in the fact, that Bill is no longer in pain. He is a man that will always be a hero to so many.....myself included.I send you, and your family, my deepest sympathy and infinite love. Please keep in touch when you are ready. God bless you ALWAYS.
Love you,
Mare
January 04, 2014
You will be missed my friend, we shared many great times together...
January 04, 2014
I knew you as " Billy" from the days when our two families would gather together in New Haven or Westport or Pine Orchard from the late 50's through the early 70's. We shared a history that made an indelible impact on our lives and often spoke of our past experiences with meaningful and humorous reflection.
You can rest now dear Billy. Your family and friends will remember you with loving hearts.
May God Bless You Billy Falsey.
January 04, 2014
You will always be in our hearts Uncle Billy. Rest in peace.
January 03, 2014
RIP, Bill. Condolences to your immediate family. I will remember the good times we shared for a brief period during 1975-1977, hanging around Westville, i.e.the Edgewood Club, West Rock Park, etc. enjoying the neighborhood and catching a buzz with our mutual friends. Of course you were famous for living at the base of Grassy Hill where we would sled ride into your back yard and drive your Mom up the wall over the years. I hope you are at Peace now and hanging with the rest of the Westville crew who departed way too early.
January 03, 2014
TO THE FALSEY FAMILY, I AM SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. BILLY WAS A GOOD FRIEND OF MINE GROWING UP IN WESTVILLE. I HAVE GREAT MEMORIES, SLED RIDING DOWN 'GRASSY HILL', PLAYING FOOTBALL AT THE EDGEWOOD CLUB, AND SPENDING TIME ALL OVER WESTVILLE. BILLY WAS A GOOD GUY. HE WILL BE MISSED. GOD BLESS BILLY FALSEY. REST IN PEACE.
-JONATHAN SMITH
January 03, 2014
Billy,
I can recall many great childhood days we had together when we met after school and on weekends. We had a strong friendship then, a friendship I valued, and it was always good to periodically reconnect as our lives took us in different directions as we got older. I will always admire you for your passion and success in reaching out to assist others whenever the opportunity presented itself.

You were a true friend to many, and always had a kind word for others. You were a class act. I am sure that your advocacy on behalf of others will continue eternally. You will be missed by those who had the benefit of your caring ways and friendship.

Rest in peace Bill, you have earned your place in Heaven.
January 03, 2014
I am so sorry to hear of Bill's death. I wish all his family my sympathies at his passing, including his AA family. He will be missed.
January 03, 2014
My condolences to your family for your loss. We pray for God's kingdom matthew6:9. It will end all death and pain.
January 02, 2014
Billy Falsey was a great guy. He and I were very close for many years. We had many good times together. He would call me every so often when I lived in CT and MA to chat about what was going on in our lives, what our old friends were doing and the good ole days in Westville. I have many fond memories of Woodbridge Avenue and St. Aedan's School. Rest in Peace, my friend, you are surely missed and fondly remembered.
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