Mr. Craig T. Fallon

  • Born: November 3, 1955
  • Died: October 23, 2017
  • Location: Stoneham, Massachusetts

Barile Funeral Home

482 Main Street
Stoneham, MA 02180

Tel. 781.438.2280

Tribute & Message From The Family

Craig T. Fallon of Stoneham, formerly of Medford, passed away on Monday October 23, 2017. He was 61 years of age. Beloved husband of Judith A. (Copithorne). Cherished father of Craig Fallon and his wife Kara, James Fallon and his wife Amber, David Fallon and his wife Lina. Loving grandfather of Grace, Gavin, Gabriel, and Nathaniel. Dear brother of Candy Copithorne and her husband Bill, Keith Fallon and his wife Diane, Kathie Fallon, LuAnn Fallon and her significant other Danny Finley, Tom Fallon and his wife Lucie. Son of the late Thomas and Lorraine (Mizhir) Fallon. He is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews and his family of over 30 years at Material Development Corporation.

Craig loved his family. He enjoyed spending as much time as he could with all of his grandchildren. They were first and fore most in his life. Craig was an active member of Medford Baseball. He was the coach for West Medford Hillside Little League and Medford Senior Babe Ruth for many years.

Funeral from the Barile Family Funeral Home, 482 Main St. (RT 28) STONEHAM Saturday, October 28th at 9am followed by a Funeral Mass Celebrating Craig's Eternal Life in St. Patrick Church, 71 Central St. Stoneham at 10am.

Family and friends are cordially invited to gather and share memories with the Family on Friday, October 27th from 4-8pm in the Funeral Home. Parking attendants and elevator are available.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making donations in memory of Craig to Special Olympics Massachusetts
512 Forest Street Marlborough, MA 01752 or at


Condolence & Memory Journal

You will be missed Uncle, Lilly gets a kick out of it when we tell her how you were always stern with us about "Elbows on the Table" she doesn't believe us because you are so nice. We love you!

Rick, Nicole and Lilly

Posted by Rick Copithorne - MEDFORD, MA - Family   October 30, 2017

Sometimes you don't know what you have until it's gone. I was looking through all my social media pictures to find pictures of Uncle Craig, and I couldn't find any there. He was at my wedding and he met my children. He was at many family functions that I've attended over the summers, but he isn't in my online photos. Due to his health, he was likely sitting down, watching all the fun. And I know he was probably happy by siblings and I were having a blast. I know he was proudly watching his own kids too. Yet, looking back, just about every one of my favorite childhood photos has him or a member of his family in it. There's a particular photo I think of when I think of's my aunt's wedding. I'm 9 or 10 years old, and one of the only kids there. He danced just about every dance with me. I don't know why. Looking back, it was such a selfless act, but I've remembered it forever. Of course, I remember all the softball games, the coaching, the times at Long Pond, the slight fear we had when were were naughty on Greenleaf and heard threats of the "belt" come out (never happened), and hanging out at Chester Ave too too. But when a father of all boys takes time out of a fun grown-up party to make a little girl feel special, that doesn't leave you. I have an awesome dad, and I always tell him that having him made me pick an awesome husband. But now that I think of it, Uncle Craig was part of that too...part of my faith in myself and the knowledge that I was worthy. I wish I could be there to give my respects in person, but Judy, Craig, Jimmy, and Dave, I'm sending you all my love to you from CA. I'm there with you, crying and hugging, in my heart.

Posted by Ami Antonio - Pacifica, CA   October 28, 2017

Remembering our friend Craig who had such strength in the face of adversity and illness- He Was A Champion . Our last time we were all together, sitting around the table, at the joyous wedding of MK. Craig had this innate ability to engage making you so involved with his story or laughing at his sense of humor, you really forgot how sick he was and you just kept on talking and laughing. He will always have a place in our hearts with a strong memory of love. Our Prayers and love for you Judy and Family with our heartfelt sympathy.
Love and God Bless,
Sue and Jese Jeselonis

Posted by arthur Jeselonis - Malden, MA - Friend   October 27, 2017

Judy and family,
May God comfort your family during this difficult time! I am so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Robson Miguel - Medford, MA - coworker   October 27, 2017

Thoughts and prayers to all of the Fallon family

Posted by Brian Vigneault - Springfield, MA - Friend   October 27, 2017

The world has lost a true gentleman...a devoted Husband, Father and Grandfather. He will be missed by all of us. My deepest sympathies to the entire Family.

Posted by Gail Domeracki - Chicopee, MA   October 27, 2017

Judy and family , I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great man and truely will be missed. Lee

Posted by Lee DESIMONE - Peabody   October 26, 2017

Thinking of you all and sending love.

Rebecca Mizhir

Posted by A friend   October 26, 2017

Lu & family, I am so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

Posted by Denise Manfra - Las Vegas, NV - Friend   October 25, 2017

Judy •My deepest sympathies to you and your family.• You are in my prayers during this difficult time. God Bless!

Posted by Kelly Turilli    October 25, 2017


Posted by MARYLEE TAGARIELLO - STONEHAM, MA - Family Friend   October 24, 2017