Funerals

Marilyn Gieseking

July
Monday
19
2021

Marilyn

Gieseking

passed away this morning about 5 am and went to be with Jesus in heaven.  She died peacefully in her sleep.   Marlyn reports that the date of her memorial service will be sometime next week depending on travel arrangements for our children.  The service will be at Christ the Shepherd Lutheran Church in Alpharetta, GA.  Details will be sent when arrangements are made.

Denise Lisciotti

July
Friday
16
2021
2:00 PM


Denise Lisciotti
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, passed away on July 11, 2021, at the age of 60. Service to celebration her life is today. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: Children's Volunteer Health Network.


Dicke Fallon

Upcoming
January
16
2021
2:00 PM


Ret. AF Major Richard (Dicke) Earl Fallon
July 31, 1945 – January 6, 2021  (age 75)

Richard (Dicke) Earl Fallon of Fort Walton Beach, Florida went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, 6 January 2021.  Dicke was born in Sioux City, Iowa on July 31, 1945 to Clifford Benjamin (CB) and Evangeline Inez Fallon.  He was the youngest of five children, growing up with three sisters Virginia, Marge, and Carole, and brother Cliff.

Dicke will be remembered as the gentle giant who would help anyone in need.  He was a legend to so many of his nieces and nephews, always making time for them when he came home to Sioux City for visits.  He was a good listener, had the patience of Job, and was very knowledgeable about pretty much everything.  He will also be remembered by his quirky sense of humor, always pretending to be Lyndon B. Johnson when his kids would telephone him.  He was also an excellent classical guitar player.  There are so many fond memories of gathering around him while he strummed the strings, singing gently his favorite folk songs.

Dicke is survived by his wife of almost 50 years, Diana Madrid Fallon, children Joshua Fallon (Dawn), Jake Fallon, Jessie Jacobs (Leo), grandchildren Kierstyn Fallon, Brianna Tikhovskyy, Gabe Fallon, Liora Fallon, Marley Jacobs, and Harper Jacobs.  He is also survived by his three sisters Virginia Renner, Marge Bosco, and Carole Beck, and brother, Cliff Fallon, and countless nieces and nephews.




Rudy Curtis

December
29
2020


Rudy Curtis, a Christian Patriot, born on 22 June 1930, passed away after a brief illness on 20 Dec 2020. His wife of 54 years, Louise L Grelle, preceded him.

His pride and joy children, Darlene, Adia, Charles, and Kevin, remember him fondly. He was blessed with seven grandchildren, Patricia, Mathea, Amber, Ethan, Scott, Heath, and Arianna, and 11 great-grandchildren, Crystal, Skylar, Mikayla, Kate, Anna, Aubrey, Gabriele, Aedan, Candice, Lia, and Heidi.

Rudy was a member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (GSLC) in Shalimar.

A visitation will be held on 29 Dec 2020 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm at Heritage Gardens Funeral Home followed by a graveside service at 2:00 pm with full military honors at Heritage Garden Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, make donations to the Youth Group of GSLC.

Person Family Thanks

November
15
2020
THE FAMILY OF BOBBYE PEARSON thanks our Good Shepherd family for the prayers, support, memorials, and sympathies during and after Bobbye’s passing. It is a comfort to know that many people loved her. God bless each of you. Sincerely, Julie and Tom Cox, Natalie Gray, Tammie and Richard Rogers

Bobbye Pearson

September
4
2020


Bobbye Pearson, age 82, of Fort Walton Beach, Florida, went to be with her Lord in heaven on Saturday, August 22, 2020.

She had a servant’s heart and gave a little piece of herself to many. She was always looking for ways to serve others and make them smile. She would find a reason to give you a card and would write scriptures references in them. She never missing an opportunity to share the hope of Jesus with others.



Kathy Holbrook

August
26
2020

Kathy Holbrook, passed away at home of natural causes on April 19, 2020. She loved the Fort Walton Beach area, her family and her church, Good Shephard Lutheran, Shalimar. Kathy was a Sunday school teacher there for well over 20 years. Her joy was in her involvement with both church activities and service to the community. She delighted in joining her church’s “Knotty Ladies” in quilting lap robes and blankets for the community and overseas missions.



Carol Burkhard

July
15
2020

Carol Burkhard died on Friday. There was a private Memorial Service here for family only this is a recording of the Livestream. She was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor about 6 weeks ago decided treatment and went very rapidly without suffering. She was a member of Good Shepherd since 1973.