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Charles M. Falkevitz

Charles M. Falkevitz of Langhorne died from complications resulting from COVID-19 on Saturday December 26, 2020 at St. Mary Medical Center.  He was78.

Born in Harrison Township, Pennsylvania Charles was the son of the late Charles K. and Helen Beres Falkevitz and brother of the late Gary and Richard Falkevitz.

Charles was a proud veteran of the Army who led a life of service to others.  He was a parishioner of St. Andrew Catholic Church, a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus where he was a Past Grand Knight and was the current Treasurer of the. Hennessy Council 6145, and also was an active member of the American Legion Morell Smith Post 440.  Charles had a gift for music and he shared his gift with his involvement in the Men of Harmony Choir and with the Middletown Township Senior Choir.  He enjoyed his bowling league, but he truly cherished times spent with his beloved family.  Charles will be greatly missed as a devoted and loving brother, uncle, great uncle, and friend.

Charles is survived by his sister Mary Beth Tanicello and her husband Neal of Langhorne, his brother Robert Falkevitz and his wife Susan of East Hartford, CT, and his sisters-in-law Annette wife  the late Gary Falkevitz of Levittown and Annette wife of the late Richard Falkevitz of Royersford, PA.  He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews.

Services and interment with Military Funeral Honors will be private at Washington Crossing National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Charles' memory to a charity of choice.

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    Washington Crossing National Cemetery
    830 Highland Road
    Newtown, PA 18940

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