WARRENVILLE, S.C. - Entered into rest Friday, June 8, 2001, Ms. Faye Carol Freeman Fallaw, age 54 of Warrenville, S.C., daughter of Olivia P. Kirkland Sullivan of Graniteville and the late Homer R. Freeman. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her step-father, Odell Sullivan, Graniteville, S.C., and a step-sister, Lillis Brooks. She is also survived by close friends, Catherine Shipman and family of North Augusta, S.C. and many other friends and colleagues. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Adrienne Fallaw. Ms. Fallaw was a teacher at the Christian Life School of Theology, Columbus, Ga. and the founder/director of New Beginnings Ministries, a grief support ministry. She conducted classes and seminars throughout the United States. She was the author of many booklets, pamphlets, manuals and books that include Ministering To The Grieving, A Positive Guide For Support, The Time Of The Singing Of Birds Has Come and The Road To Restoration; A Study Of Grief Recovery. Her booklets include Rivers In The Desert and Rivers In The Heavens. Ms. Fallaw also served as organist at Whole Life Ministries and taught classes at the Warrenville Church Of God. She was a legal secretary for the Henderson & Salley Law Firm. The funeral service will be conducted Sunday, June 10, 2001, at 3 p.m. in the Warrenville Church of God, Warrenville, S.C. with Rev. Richard Martin and Rev. William E. Starnes Jr. officiating. The interment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens, Graniteville, S.C. Pallbearers will be Kenneth Kirkland, David Kirkland, Larry Calhoun, Kenneth Brooks, Jack West and Thomas Cooper. The family will receive friends at the residence of her mother, at 210 Hillview Dr., Graniteville, S.C. or at the Napier Funeral Home tonight, Saturday, June 9, 2001, from 7 to 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to New Beginning Ministries, P.O. Box 426, Warrenville, S.C. 29851. Ms. Fallaw will be placed in the church one hour prior to the service. Carol was a kind, caring and unique person with a beautiful smile, who always made a lasting impression on everyone with whom she came in contact. She has helped many people to cope with grief and to get through difficult times of their lives; now it is time for Carol to reap her reward. Well done thou good and faithful servant!
The Augusta Chronicle-June 9, 2001