Fallon Chamberlin, b. 21/Mar/1986, d.19/Jun/2011

Fallon L. Chamberlin, 25, of Jamestown, died unexpectedly Sunday, June 19, 2011, at Hamot Medical Center, Erie, Pa.

She was born March 21, 1986, in Jamestown, the daughter of Robert and Dixie Taft Chamberlin of Falconer. Fallon was her mother’s “Baby Girl” and “Best Friend.”
A Chautauqua County resident all of her life, she was a 2004 graduate of Falconer Central School, received her associates degree in Early Childhood Development from Jamestown Community College and was continuing her education at Jamestown Community College in the registered nursing program.

She was employed at Ruby Tuesday’s as a server and was presently the director of the Falconer Central School marching band’s color guard.
Fallon enjoyed life, some of her favorite things being, fishing, camping, traveling, music, marching band and spoiling her nephew, Robert Patrick Chamberlin.
Sister of Justin (Cassandra) Chamberlin of Salamanca; fiance of Logan Stakelum of Jamestown; granddaughter of Emmeline Spaulding of Frewsburg, John and Bertha Taft of Gerry, and the late Frederick Chamberlin. She is also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins.

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Memorializing Facebook

I have to admit that I’ve become very accustomed to performing “Facebook Memorializations” of old friends and families accounts. I feel it helps in preserving who the person really is, while giving an opportunity for friends and family to share things about them on their timelines.

Personally I’ve memorialized Connie Stack, Don Cestnik, and James Moser, and have plans on memorializing more once I get around to it. These were all “easy” once you were able to locate a legitimate Funeral Home or Print article website with an Obituary to link with a Date of Death.

I have also had an opportunity of using a legal letter about a person passing to help Jennifer memorialize Grant Everson. In her case, she was able to become the Legacy Contact so that she can accept friend requests for the page and such.

I do have one special one I’m preparing to memorialize, but I have to become one of the two legacy contacts for them so that he can have some lifelong maintenance.