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October 17, 2018

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February 15, 2018
Jack Royder loved Gene. There were great stories of hunting and tales when they were much younger. He will be greatly missed by many.
February 14, 2018
I feel privileged to have known him and work with him professionally. He always had a cheerful disposition and a great temperament. Condolences for your loss Mary.
February 8, 2018
I was also mentored by Gene, originally at Greiner. His insightful stories and encouragement were invaluable. How fortunate we are to have shared our lives with him.
February 7, 2018
To: Mary, Todd and Molly,
I was so saddened to open the newspaper this morning and see Gene's obituary. During my 32 years in aviation, Gene and I often crossed paths - sometimes on the same side of the issues, sometimes not. He was amused one time when I introduced him as a colleague and also "my friend." He asked if he could have a recording of that statement.

Gene was loyal to the principles of his employer and to his own. He was proud of his family. He had the quickest sense of humor I've ever known.

When he retired from FAA, the City of Fort Worth issued a Commendation for his years of service. The resolution was read, and approved unanimously. Gene responded saying, "That's the fastest vote I have ever seen this City Council take."

I am proud to say, "Gene Faulkner was my friend."

May you be comforted by the many fond memories.