John S. Fal­let Jr.

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CHURCH HILL — John S. Fal­let Jr., 80, went to be with the Lord on Fri­day, April 29, 2016. He passed away sur­rounded by his lov­ing fam­ily at Rar­i­tan Bay Med­i­cal Cen­ter in Old Bridge. Born in Lake Lynn, PA, to John S. and Ida Mae Fal­let, John grew up in Belle Ver­non, PA, and lived in Avenel, NJ, El­iz­a­beth, NJ, and with his daugh­ter Michele in Church Hill, MD.

A Vet­eran of the U.S. Navy, John served dur­ing the Korean Con­flict and was hon­or­ably dis­charged on Jan. 26, 1961. He worked on the Assem­bly Line for the Gen­eral Mo­tors Corp at the former Lin­den plant and re­tired in 1995 after 30 years of em­ploy­ment. John was a mem­ber of the Avenel VFW Memo­rial Post 7164 as well as the Iselin Amer­i­can Le­gion Nutly Post 471. An avid fish­er­man and out­doors-man, John loved go­ing to the moun­tains, watch­ing Sun­day foot­ball, spend­ing time with his fam­ily and grand- chil­dren, and mak­ing oth­ers laugh. He never failed to light up the room.

He is pre­de­ceased by his sis­ter Mary Jane and a step­son John.

Sur­viv­ing are his wife Anna Dymko Fal­let of El­iz­a­beth; daugh­ter, Michele L ynn and her hus­band Matthew of Church Hill, MD; son, John J. Fal­let Sr. and his wife Ann of South Plain­field; brother, Ron­ald Fal­let and his wife Ethyl of Mones­san, PA; seven grand­chil­dren: Brit­tney, Sean, Jesse Michael, John J. Fal­let Jr., Rachel Ann, An­drew, An­thony; and two step­sons, Krzysztof and Hen­ryk Dymko.

Cre­ma­tion ser­vices will be held pri­vately. To leave your con­do­lences, please visit John’s in­ter­ac­tive web page at­criskin­fu­ner­al­ chil­dren, Deb­bie Rock­wood, Terry Lewis and Fred­er­ick C. Jar­rell Jr., four grand­chil­dren, Cody and Tara Rock­wood, Heidi Shaf­fer and Jaren Jar­rell, and two great-grand­chil­dren, Sky­lar and Buddy Shaf­fer. She also leaves be­hind a brother Charles Sparks.

Visi­ta­tion will be at the Flee­gle and Helfen­bein Funeral Home on Mon­day, May 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral ser­vices will be pri­vate.

In lieu of flow­ers, the fam­ily has re­quested that do­na­tions be made to Tal­bot Hospice, 586 Cyn­wood Dr., Eas­ton, MD 21601-3805.

To of­fer con­do­lences and share mem­o­ries, please visit www.flee­gle­and­helfen­bein. com.

Sa­muel be­gan work­ing on a farm at a young age and then started work­ing with his fa­ther as a car­pen­ter. He later worked as a water­man crab­bing and oys­ter­ing. Sa­muel then went into con­struc­tion and worked over 40 years in Marine Con­struc­tion with L&H Pile Driv­ing, the com­pany that he started with Dave Hor­ney. After Dave re­tired, Sam con­tin­ued the busi­ness now known as Sam’s Marine Con­struc­tion. He loved tin­ker­ing in the garage, work­ing and be­ing on the wa­ter.

Sa­muel is sur­vived by his wife, Mar­garet Lowery of Cen­tre­ville, MD; son Martin Robert Fre­burger of Cen­tre­ville; daugh­ter Terri Lee Kessler (Mike) of Milling­ton, MD; son Brian Neil Lowery (Kathy) of Cen­tre­ville; daugh­ter Brenda Cather­ine Lowery of Ch­ester, MD; sis­ter Edith Turner of Stevensville, MD; seven grand­chil­dren; and six great grand­chil­dren. In ad­di­tion to his par­ents, he was pre­de­ceased by his brother, Thomas Lowery.

A ser­vice will be held on Fri­day, May 6, at 11 a.m. at the Fel­lows, Helfen­bein & New­nam Funeral Home, P.A. in Ch­ester, MD, where visi­ta­tion was held Thurs­day. Burial will fol­low the ser­vice Fri­day in the Stevensville Ceme­tery.

On­line con­do­lences may be made at www.fh­n­fu­ner­al­



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