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Gerald Faulkner

Gerald Faulkner

Monday May 17, 1943 - Sunday June 28, 2020
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Gerald Faulkner, 77, widower of Mary Jo Jackson Faulkner, died Sunday, June 28, 2020 at Georgetown Signature Healthcare. He was born May 17, 1943 in Bourbon County, son of the late Elmer Ray and Maggie Taylor Faulkner. Gerald was a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, a veteran of the United States Army, and retired from Link Belt.
He is survived by two sisters, Pauline Biddle, Sandra Sue (Bill) Cody; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Wendell Lee and Paul Ray Faulkner.
A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, July 8, at the North Middletown Cemetery with Rev. Phillip D. Ronk officiating.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday July 8, 2020 | 10:00am
    When
    Wednesday July 8, 2020 10:00am
    Location
    North Middletown Cemetery
    Address
    Thatchers Mill Road
    NORTH MIDDLETOWN, KY
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    Officiant
    Rev. Philip Ronk
  • Interment

    Location
    North Middletown Cemetery
    Address
    Thatchers Mill Road
    NORTH MIDDLETOWN, KY
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Pamela Charters

Posted at 12:20pm
Gerald was a good man for sure. He was a 2nd cousin and I spent a lot of time with him growing up. His dad was my grandfather's brother and we all got together to help on the two farms. I loved spending time with Gerald. He called me Pecos Bill because I wore a Pecos Bill hat and he thought it was great. He always made me feel like one of them instead of a kid in the way. One of my jobs was to go to the house to make peanut butter and crackers and a jug of ice water every afternoon and Gerald said no one could get as much peanut butter on a cracker as I did. I think I had to fix another jug of water just to wash the peanut butter down. I never eat peanut butter without thinking of him. He was a kind man and he will be missed. May you RIP. I love you! Pam
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Nicole J Scott

Posted at 07:04pm
Gerald never missed my birthday parties growing up. And he always got me what I wanted no matter how silly it may be. I grew up thinking of him as family, even though we were not kin. Gerald was a good man. He took care of his parents, fought for his country and loved farming. My most favorite memory with Gerald was when he taught me how to drive a standard, 3 in the column. He was like an uncle to me for many years. Rest In Peace.
 
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Jeannie Johnston Posted at 09:50am

I would like to add my condolences to the family. My memories go way back to childhood when we would visit on Sundays. My father ( Si Mattox) was close friends with Elmer. I remember Sandra and I were friends then. Hugs and prayers to all. Jeannie(Mattox) Johnston
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