James Falconer Obituary, Death – Mr. Falconer was a generous, kind, and caring man. Mike was at his best when he was with the people he cared about. Mike’s witty personality made everyone he met want to be his friend. Being involved in his community at Haveloch helped to keep his spirit alive. Mike enjoyed catching up with all of his friends there on a daily basis.
Mike spent a significant amount of his life at Crossroads Church in Oakdale. Mike was a member of their choir, an usher, and he enjoyed spending time with his church family. Mike, being the dedicated man that he was, never missed a choir practice or service. Even when told to take it easy, Mike’s knee replacement couldn’t keep him down.
Nothing was more important to Mike than his family. His most important roles in life were father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and brother. He was particularly proud of his grandchildren and, more recently, his great-granddaughter. He devoted himself to his family and was always concerned about their well-being. He was always available to assist those in need. Mike enjoyed going on family vacations and spending as much time as he could with them. Mike relished his recent trips to Baltimore with his nine siblings and to St. Thomas, VI for the wedding of his grandson.
His children, James “Mike” (Noelle) Falconer Jr, Mandi Falconer, and Kayla (Jason) Stack, grandchildren, Andrew (Gina) Falconer, Autumn Falconer, Hope, Gage, and Wyatt Stack, great granddaughter, Elena Noelle Falconer, and siblings, Patti (Bob) Longstreth, Lisa (Mike) Vugrinovich, William “Backhoe” (Terra) Falconer, Karen (late Fred Friends and family will be received at Thomas-Little Funeral Service, Inc., 314 W. Lincoln Ave., McDonald, on Friday, February 3, 2023, from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. (724-926-2800). On Saturday, February 4, 2023, at 11 a.m., a service will be held in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to help with funeral expenses to James Michael Falconer Jr, P.O. Box 341 Cecil, PA 15321, in Mike’s memory.