Anthony Cole Faulkner

Anthony Cole Faulkner


Cole Faulkner, passed from this life on Jan. 17, 2018 in Sallisaw. Cole was born on Oct 10, 1982 in Stillwater, Ok. Visitation for Cole will be held on Friday evening, Jan 19, 2018, from 4pm – 7pm in the Sequoyah Memorial Chapel at the Forever Memories Funeral Service, 463505 Hwy 101, Sallisaw. Graveside services will be held on Saturday, Jan 20, 2018 in the Garden of Memories Cemetery, Vian, Ok at 11:00 am. Services are under the direction of the Forever Memories Funeral Service, Sallisaw.


8 Responses

  1. To the Family: I am so sorry for your loss and you have my deepest sympathy.Cole, I will always remember you as the first little boy I loved with all my heart. You were so good, kind and the cutest little boy. When I would take you with me to the laundry I couldn’t hold your hand and the basket so I would count the steps with you, then we would say our ABC’s to make sure you were staying with me. You were very smart as well. You taught me how to be a mom and were a good brother to your siblings. You grew up to be a fine young man and was lead astray by worldly things. You had a good heart and loved your sons with all that was in you. If you had only loved yourself as much. I will forever love you. Love, Momma Lisa

  2. We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Cole was a Special person. who got side tracked. but I’m sure he never stopped loving his family. Mamma Lisa, I read yours and we want you to know that you & all your family all will remain in our thoughts and our prayers , so many broken hearts , Only God can comfort & bring healing ,comfort & peace. I know Cole loved his boys, too bad he got side tracked. But I know he never stopped loving them. His boys are our great- Grandsons. I know their hearts are breaking. All we can do is pray for all. God bless you all & God be with you.

  3. We are so sorry to hear about Cole. How devastating to lose someone so young. We will be thinking about you allAt this heart breaking time.John and Judy

  4. Anthony Cole Faulkner,I have so much to say, we didnt always see eye to eye on everything but you were diffently like a bigger brother to me. I love you so much! We grew so close the last 4 yrs even with our pitiful little fights. I cant get over your gone so soon. I feel like I shouldn’t be writing this right now.???? please visit me in my dreams bubba. Until I see you again, Fly High. ????

  5. I am not sure if I knew Cole or not. I am posting in honor of the love I have withessed from two that love him. I too lost a brother and I know the devistation. I only by chance was able to hear two young men speak of Cole and it broke my heart. I actually saw them celebrating him in such a way it touched me and I had to see this young man and say I pray for peace for the family and that they celebrate his life just as I witnessed. God bless you all.

  6. Cole left some memories that will stay a long time, with those who knew and loved him. He went to school with my two grandsons. They recall many good times together. After Vian school days, they even worked together. The recall a term he used even when the weather was cold and difficult for them to work in Construction with wind, colder uncomfortable times saying. "To me, it is sunny and 72 degrees." Today he is for sure in a Land where the weather is forever comfortable and pleasant, a Place from which no earth traveler will ever want to return. May our Loving Holy Heavenly Father continue to comfort you, Cole’s family and friends in the days to come. Bill and Florence

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