Michael Wayne Falvey
Published 3:11 pm Monday, August 14, 2023
Michael Wayne Falvey, age 50, passed away on August 12, 2023.
Visitations will begin Wednesday, August 16, at 10 a.m. and funeral services will begin at 12 p.m. with a grave side service following at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Red Star Ward.
Michael was born on December 13, 1972, in Brookhaven, MS, to James and Margie Falvey. He grew up enjoying being outside, playing superheroes, and spending time with his family.
Michael attended Brookhaven Academy and graduated in 1991. He later went on to Ricks College, in Rexburg, ID, for one semester before going on to serve a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the California Anaheim mission. After returning home from his mission, Michael lived in Brookhaven and later met his wife, Brandee.
Brandee and Michael were married September 14, 1996, in the Idaho Falls, Idaho temple. Brandee was the love of Michael’s life, and they were sealed for all time and eternity and later were blessed with their two beautiful children: Mason and Madison Falvey.
Michael received an associate degree in Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning from Copiah-Lincoln Community College where he later became a master instructor over the course and was starting his 20th year teaching. He adored all his students throughout the years. Michael was a scout master for several years and developed unbreakable bonds with all his boys. Michael was also a Sunday school teacher and enjoyed teaching and talking about the gospel. He studied his scriptures every spare second that he was able and made God the center of his home.
His passion was basketball, history, and working with his hands. Michael was often found outside serving others around him. He adored his great nieces and nephews and spent every spare second that he had with his family.
Michael is survived by his parents James and Margie Falvey, his wife Brandee, his children Mason and Madison, brothers Tommy (Monica), Randolph (Kacey) and his sister Teresa (Wade), and many nieces and nephews.
He will be dearly remembered for his acts of service, words of advice, big heart, and loud contagious laugh. He was a devoted husband and father and made sure to take are of everyone around him.
Daddy, we love you to the moon and past the stars.