Jessie Fallon

Grand Rapids, Michigan

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I was so sad to learn of Jessie's passing. She was such a beautiful and talented lady.
I enjoyed our walks to high school each morning and our nightly phone calls as she tutored me in algebra. I don't think I would have passed without her help and patience.
I'm so glad she got her grandson but
she left us all too soon.
She accomplished so much and left this world a much better place. She is an inspiration to me.

Linda Keen Rinard
Anchorage, Alaska

I am saddened by learning of Jessie's passing. I so enjoyed visiting with her at our 50th class reunion for Jw Sexton last year. What an amaizing pers Jessie was as a friend and class mate. I treasure being one of Jessie's friends. Please accept my deepest sympathies and condolences Frank. The world lost a wonderful person.

Jessie was a beautiful person inside and out. It was so nice to see her again at our 50th class reunion last year.

We are honored to have been in Jessie's company on several occasions when she visited her aging mother in Lansing. We were avid Marian Howell fans and as Jessie's mother, Marion had an immense pride in her daughter, son--in-law and grandchildren. Our sincere condolences to Frank and their children and our congratulations Frank for marrying such an interesting, beautiful and spirited woman.

Cora & Alfred Huguely

Dear Becca-I'm so sorry for your loss.

-Steve Capp

We are deeply, deeply saddened by the news of Jessie's passing. She was an amazing person, friend, mom and neighbor. She had a contagious smile, amazing laugh and a heart of gold. I always loved our intellectual conversations over a cup of tea and I still use my tea cup that she gave me many years ago. She was an amazing person and we feel so blessed to have known her- she was like family. Our thoughts, prayers and love go out to Frank, Jennifer, Becca and David. Love, Michele, Jon,...

Frank and Family: So sorry to hear of Jessie's passing. You and Jessie left an indelible mark on Grand Rapids and paved the way for so many others to succeed. I can't help but think she and Cedric have had a great reunion.

I never met Jessie, but read about her in the Star Tribune. What an amazing woman. Cherish the memories.

Although I didn't know Ms. Fallon personally, I was impressed by the life her obituary highlighted. You all were so blessed to have had her in your lives. May God surround you with his peace as you grieve...


Jessie's Obituary

FALLON, JESSIE A. Jessie Adelaide (Harding) Fallon, age 70, of Minneapolis. January 14, 1943 - June 22, 2013. Survived by husband of 44 years, Frank; children, Jennifer Fallon Montrella (Ben Montrella), Rebecca Fallon and David Fallon; and grandson, Eli Montrella. Also survived by other relatives...

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