James Falconer Obituary, Death – Mr. Falconer was known to be a generous, kind, and compassionate individual. Mike’s best self emerged whenever he was around the people he cared about the most. Everyone that Mike came in contact with wanted to be his friend due to his jovial nature. Being involved in the life of the Haveloch community was one of the things that kept his soul alive there. Mike cherished the opportunity to see all of his close friends on a daily basis there and to catch up. Mike was a member of the Crossroads Church in Oakdale for a significant portion of his life. Mike enjoyed spending time with his church family and was active in the choir and ushering at their church.
Mike, being the dedicated man that he was, made it a point to attend every choir rehearsal and service without fail. Even after being instructed to take it easy and rest, Mike’s knee replacement did not prevent him from leading a normal life. Mike’s family was, without a doubt, his top priority in life. Nothing else even came close. The most significant parts of his life were playing the roles of father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and brother respectively. His grandchildren and, more lately, his great-granddaughter were the sources of the utmost pride in his life. He devoted his life to his wife and children and made certain that they were provided for at all times. He was always available to lend a hand to whoever required it