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Freeport-Lakewood Funeral Home

Family Owned And Operated By The Turner Family Since 1938


Emil William Faltisek, Jr.
March 31, 1926 - March 12, 2021

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Kevin and Cathy Ermis

Kerrville, TX

To all the Faltisek Family,

Cathy and I are very sorry to hear of the loss of Mr. Faltisek. Being next door neighbors for many years, you feel like part of the family. I will always remember the conversations I had with him from our backyards. He was a great man and will be missed.
May you all feel God's love and comfort during this time.

Saturday, March 27, 2021


Diana Miles

Lake Jackson, TX

It was an honor to have worked with such a bright and kind gentleman. He was truly a great person.
Wednesday, March 24, 2021


Robert Brem

Lake Jackson, TX

I always enjoyed being around Grumps. He had a fantastic spirit that we could all learn from. Prayers to all🙏🏼.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021


Mrs. Marianne Mechura

Dubina, TX

When I was Ryan Faltisek’s teacher, he brought his grandfather in to be a guest speaker for Ryan’s history class. Mr. Faltisek’s courage and humility were evident as he talked about World War II. He was reluctant to say anything about himself but rather focused on the historical context that was, for him, current events.
Two comments he made have stayed with me all these years:
When asked why he enlisted at such a young age, he said,” I did not like what I heard Hitler was doing over there.”
He was recognized for his military service at an OLQP Veterans Day program. He said, “The real heroes are buried over there.”
Over the years, it always touched my heart to see him with his beautiful wife at Mass. He personified the Greatest Generation.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021


Gilbert H Hollub Jr

Buda, TX

My condolences to Mr. Faltisek's family and friends. 

Thanks to Mr. Faltisek for serving our Country in our US Military, in  the Army United States Air Force during WWII !!

G H Sonny Hollub Jr.
68-69 Vietnam
2/26 Marines, Echo, Guns


Thursday, March 18, 2021


Lynette Biediger

Bandera, TX

Sending our most sincere sympathies to Ollie and family. Emil will be missed. He was a model for deep faith, hard work and love of family and his God.
Years ago he donated his time and talent to building a kitchen play set for St Michael’s Nursery. Many children enjoyed his creation. Such a blessing to having him touch all our lives.
Lynette Biediger and Claude Biediger (Former Parishioners)

Thursday, March 18, 2021