OBITUARY

George Alfred Faulstich

January 25, 1921May 9, 2018

Burial with Military Honors at Sarasota National Cemetery, Sarasota, Florida

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George Alfred Faulstich

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Mary Latham Goedel

May 16, 2018

My beloved Godfather. I am so sad to hear of your passing. I have many wonderful memories of visits out to your home on Long Island May you Rest in Peace. Say hello to mom & dad for me. Love you.

Dennis & Arleen Marnick

May 15, 2018

To Our Dear Uncle George..We will miss You but will always remember our Visits with you over the years. You always had
funny stories for us. I (Dennis) remember the fun we had when the Family was all together when You lived in Canarsie and then in Franklin Square, L.I. You will be missed, Our Love and Prayers to Aunt Margaret, Joe & Tony & all Your Family.

Jane Faulstich

May 15, 2018

Dear Dad and God Father,

May you Rest in Peace !

Joseph Petrone

May 13, 2018

Dear grandpa
I am lost for words rite now grandpa you are missed every second of every day since May 9th everywhere I turn there's memories of you I'm taking care of grandma as I said I would you weren't only my grandpa but my friend we became very close you mean n meant alot too me I would've done anything for you you Kno that I'm honored to have met such a great man and to have spent your last days here on Earth with you I love you with all my heart i miss u dearly but I know God needed you now to be free of pain and gain your wings to fly high and watch over your family to protect us from harm n evil I salute you sgt George faulstich jr may your soul rest in peace 😇🙏

Linda & Glenn Ketcherside

May 13, 2018

Dear Dad, You will forever be in our hearts, a part of each us left with you. Our last talk just last week we were able to tell each other I love you. Joe, Tony, Glenn and I will keep our promise to you and protect and take care of Mom. She is missing you so much but knows you were getting tired. The care you needed in the final months was Joe and Tony's honor to take care of you and never burdensome as you thought. You are our hero and we miss you terribly, until we are all together again. Rest peacefully. Love Linda, Glenn, Joe, Tony and most of all your wife of 74 years Mom (weasel) xoxoxo

FROM THE FAMILY