It is with much love and sadness the family announces the passing of Paul Vincent Fallon on October 6, 2023, at Hospice House in Fredericton. Paul was born April 8, 1946, the son of the late Mark and Joyce Fallon of Marysville. In addition to his parents, Paul was predeceased by brother Tom Fallon, sisters Nancy Sibley and Sheila Miles, nephews Tim Fallon, David Sibley and Craig Chase.
Paul was raised in Marysville on the Nashwaak River, and spent the remainder of his life in Keswick Ridge in view of the Mactaquac Headpond.
Paul started work in micrographics with the Department of Natural Resources, where he spent many years prior to moving to UNB and the Harriett Irving Library
He loved music of all forms from military bands, good old rock and roll, country to pipes and drums, and many family sing-alongs. In his younger days Paul could be seen playing the drums at the Fredericton and Marysville legions, and there was always a good story to be told from his band days.
Paul loved being outdoors in Keswick Ridge with nature, feeding and watching the many types of birds and enjoying the deer in the back lawn. He loved the Toronto Blue Jays and Maple Leafs (when they were winning).
Paul loved the sun and somehow was able to maintain a 12-month tan. He and Linda were fortunate to spend wonderful times, and made great memories at what they called their second home, Sea Coast Condominium in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. There they met and enjoyed friendships over the years with the Sea Coast Condo Snow-Birds.
The blessings in Paul’s life were being dad to his children, and grampy to his grandchildren.
Paul leaves behind his wife Linda; daughters ‘Big Girl’- Cynthia Fletcher (Steve), ’Little One’ - Shelby Fallon (Sam); his grandchildren ‘Sweet Dolly’ - Abbey Fletcher (Silvia) and ‘His Little Man’ - Jack Fletcher; sister Beth Fallon, brother Peter Fallon (Nilah), nieces and nephews and four very special grandpups.
The family gives thanks and appreciation to Dr.Karol, Dr O’Brien; DECH Oncology staff, Drs Galvis and Swan; Extra Mural staff, nurse Rhea, and to the wonderful staff at Hospice House for which there are no adequate words to describe the care, kindness and support provided.
As per his wishes there will be no visitation or funeral. Cremation has taken place and his ashes will be scattered where requested.
The family requests you do an act of kindness for someone, and have chosen Hospice House for memorial donations in Paul’s name.