Condolence & Memory Journal

I had promised to keep in touch after we had lunch with Steve Aucella a few years back. I'm sorry about not following through. Shine on!

Posted by Michael Joseph - NASHUA, NH - Classmate   June 12, 2018

I worked with Charlie for many years at Wells Fargo and he was such a wonderful, kind hearted human being. He always made me smile and laugh and he always spoke of his love of his family that he cherished. I will treasure the many fond memories I have of him. RIP Charlie. Love and prayers.

Posted by Kerry Simoneau - Marlborough   June 02, 2018

I worked with Charlie many years ago. He was a kind, good spirited man. I am sad to think that he is no longer here physically. You will be missed by all who loved you. Rest in Peace Charlie. Thank you for all the good memories.

Posted by VIOLETA KAMBANIS - Athens Greece   May 31, 2018

Candle

I'll always remember Charlie's soft easy way. I am so glad I got to see him (and Richard) in May 2018 at our class' 60th birthday gathering. I'm sure he'll be missed by many. RIP. Lynne

Posted by Lynne Perry - Scarborough, ME - Classmate   May 30, 2018

Charlie was truly a fisher of men. I am honored to have called him my friend. I will miss him and his positivity immensely.

Posted by Tom Cappuccio - Reading, MA - Friend   May 30, 2018

A great knight and a friend, God rest his soul

Posted by Donovan Charlie - Wilmington, MA - friend   May 29, 2018

I have known Charlie for at least 25 years and he was one of the kindest and most thoughtful people out there. He also had a terrific sense of humor and could take a ribbing with laughter. We had been in touch on a regular basis for the past 2 1/2 years from the time he was diagnosed until two weeks ago and he always made a point to ask me about my daughter and her children despite his own struggle. He was so positive and his faith truly sustained him.

I will always have a special place in my heart for our dear Charlie and I am so sorry that he has left us. Rest peacefully, dear friend.

Laura Schy

Posted by Laura Schy - Pacific Palisades, CA - Friend   May 29, 2018

My cousin is a very kind and generous soul.

Many will miss him.

He lived out his life guided by his beliefs, principles and standards. A fine Irishman, gracious genial friendly and cheerful. Always reaching out to people, he was very caring and inclusive. He liked jokes, telling stories and was the rock of the family.

Always, always positive even through sickness and pain.

A huge believer in the power of prayer and faith that I could only hope for.

Often, I wish I was more like Charlie , except for being stubborn where were evenly matched.

God bless you Charlie.
Take your place among the saints.

Andy Connolly

Posted by Andy Connolly - Providence, RI - family   May 29, 2018

I am very sorry for the Passing of Charlie is was the nicest person that I ever met

Posted by Jason DeAngelis - Reading, MA - friend   May 29, 2018

My cousin is a very kind and generous soul.

Many will miss him.

He lived out his life guided by his beliefs, principles and standards. A fine Irishman, gracious genial friendly and cheerful. Always reaching out to people, he was very caring and inclusive.

He liked jokes, telling stories and was the rock of the family.
Always, always positive even through sickness and pain. A huge believer in the power of prayer and faith that I could only hope for. Often, I wish I was more like Charlie , except for being stubborn where we're evenly matched.

God bless you Charlie.
Take your place among the saints.

Andy Connolly

Posted by Andy Connolly - Providence, RI - Family   May 29, 2018

Posted by Andy Connolly - Providence, RI   May 29, 2018

Charlie and I worked together many years ago at BankBoston (1991-1996?) and were later reunited at Wells Fargo (2003-2005?). We traveled together on several occasions to visit clients. There's nothing like spending every waking moment with a coworker for five consecutive business days to really get to know him. I learned that Charlie was passionate in his emotions, whether anger, sadness, frustration, joy or triumph. I learned that his family was very important to him. I learned that he truly cared about others. I also learned that, given a set of car keys, he was one heck of a daredevil!

I haven't seen Charlie since he left Wells Fargo, but I've followed his life progress through the grapevine. I'm sad to know that I will no longer be hearing about him.

Posted by Eileen Thurston - Hyde Park, MA - Coworker   May 29, 2018

It was my honor to have Charlie as a friend for almost 45 years. He was an amazing giving person with tremendous perseverance and eternal optimism. He set the example of how to live life. I only wish there were more years for him to live.

My deepest condolences to Kathy, Freddie, Patty, Richard, Jeanne, Mimi, Joey and all the rest of the family for your loss - Charlie was blessed to have such a large loving and caring family. He was so proud of you all.

I will miss him terribly.

Posted by Tom Lind - Manakin-Sabot, VA   May 29, 2018

To The Fallon Family,
Sending sincerest condolences .May the wonderful memories of Charlie you hold in your hearts carry you thorough this difficult time . He demonstrated a beautiful increased faith in the last few years to his friends and family . His outpouring of prayers to others in need showed such kindness. He is already missed Peace be with you.Jim and Ida Fitzgerald

Posted by Ida andJ im Fitzgerald - Reading, MA   May 28, 2018

Charlie was a great man who always gave of himself and had a calm way of encouraging everyone around him to give more too. In his years as a Brother Knight of Columbus, and as the Financial Secretary, he was always going out of his way to make things better for the council and those the council served. His faith and courage through his sickness touched all of those who were privileged to know him -- if you didn't know the burden he was carrying, you wouldn't realize it because of his positive outlook. I feel lucky to have known Charles.

May God's love shine on Charlie.

Posted by John Silva - READING, MA - Friend   May 28, 2018