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Basil Louie Falaradeau Jules
06/25/1948 — 01/01/1970
From Pasco, WA | Born in Kamloops BC, Canada
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Basil Louie Falaradeau Jules
Basil Louie Falardeau Jules beloved dad, grandpa, husband, friend, and always someone you can count on when in need, no matter the circumstance. He always bent over backward to help and that made him a great man in life and death. He’s now with the great ones that passed before him watching over each and every one of us, like he always did in life. His life began in Kamloops, BC June 25, 1948. He lived a long life of love and happiness and was a member of the Kamloops Indian Band. He always brought love to everyone, getting them to smile, laugh and enjoy what they have.
Basil met his wife Mary on August 18, 1974 and knew that this was the woman for him. He received 5 traffic tickets just to get her attention. His persistence paid off they married on November 18, 1976, a total of 45 years of marriage and 47 years with Mary by his side. He was persistent and for that, he had 5 wonderful children Lois, JR, BG, RJ, and Jamie. This grew from a family of 7 to many grandchildren – Summar, Jacob, Tala, Diger, Lionel, Dezzie, Eli, MaryAnn, Louis, Jamie, Gavin, Kyan, and a new baby girl on the way. 12 grandchildren total from Basil and Mary.
One of Basil’s greatest joys was his Grandchildren whom he loved spending every moment possible with. He loved fishing, boating, playing pool, hiking, going to the shooting range, car rides, camping, traveling, food, and loved listening and dancing to music. His heart lit up when the family would get together and just enjoy good times.
Basil made the world a better place. He worked on several projects in Tri-cities, Washington. To name one, we will always remember him at the roundabout on HYW 395. He was a member of Local Union 348 for 20 years and retired as a laborer. He also worked as a carpenter on the Washington coast. The major project we recall is Semiahmoo Resort. He was a preacher in Bellingham with his loving wife always at his side. He built a retreat for the church and enjoyed his life with his family. He was very knowledgeable and always willing to learn and try new things, he was always up for an adventure and spending time with his family and friends. He will be missed but never forgotten! He will always be in our hearts! From Heaven he will be watching over his loved ones until they join him.
He will always be remembered for saying, “May you live as long as you want to and want to as long as you do”.
A Public Viewing will be held Saturday, November 13th, 2021 from 2:30 PM – 6:30 PM followed immediately by Witness Cremation at Einan’s at Sunset Funeral Home 915 Bypass Highway in Richland, Washington 99352.
“They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength and mount up with wings as eagles they shall run and not be weary they shall walk and not faint teach me, Lord, to wait” Isaiah 40:31
“When tomorrow starts without me please try to understand that an angel came and called my name, then took me by the hand. The angel said my place was ready in heaven far above, and that I’d too leave behind all those I dearly love. But when I walked through heaven’s gates, I felt so much at home when God looked down and smiled at me and told me, “Welcome Home”
So when tomorrow starts without me, don’t think we’re far apart. For every time you think of me I’m right there in your heart” -David M. Romano