Alton Joseph Faul
December 24, 1957 – July 5, 2018
Alton Joseph Faul was born on December 24, 1957 and passed away on July 5, 2018.
- A Gathering to Share Memories of Alton Saturday, August 4, 2018
Alton Joseph Faul
Chris and Mari Schenck
August 23, 2018
You were the gentle guardian and welcoming diplomat whenever we would visit in our little Piper Cherokee"Friendship Airship." We appreciated your warm greeting and genuine love of all people. I don't believe, in the aviation world, that you ever met a stranger! May you enjoy the eternal wings, as light as air, unbound from the fetters of gravity for evermore! Chris and Mari Schenck and our Aussies Coco and Ellie
July 10, 2018
Alton, I got to know who you were through my husband, Norman Reynolds when he proudly served as Police Chief of Lumberton, Tx. for almost 20 years. Your Heart, your Testimony, your Love for Blue Bell Ice Cream.....You never let your Handicap hinder you when it came to your Job, your Friends, your Family and all the Lives you touched or changed just by being your Beautiful Self. We All need People like you in our lives because your life taught all of us what True Strength was. We will never know how you struggled in this life because you were No Sissy, for sure! I hope you know now how much you meant to us and how much everyone loved you. Now you are FREE, no Wheelchairs and no limits in Heaven for you! Thank You Lord for sharing Your Precious Angel with All of us! God Bless his Family! I know they have lost their Beautiful Alton and Hearts are hurting! Bless Them Father God! Fly High Friend, Gwyn Reynolds
July 8, 2018
My dear Alton I will miss you but know you are with Mom and your (best friend) Dad jumping with joy because you are now free of the worldly things.
Please tell my baby brother Terry hi.
I will pray for your family I know they will miss you.
I will not say goodbye I will say until we meet again MY FRIEND
July 6, 2018
Since you took your last breath there has been such an outpouring of love for you. It is clear that you touched so many in your lifetime and that you will be remembered for your kind, compassionate and caring ways. Although Blue Bell Dutch Chocolate overall consumption will surely drop and the flagpoles of Hardin County will be much safer, this world will be much more lonely without you. My friend, I will miss joking around with you and talking about all those little things that we shared. I am comforted knowing that you now know what it is like to walk through those pearly gates and are in a place where your soul shall run free for eternity. Farewell for now. Godspeed.