Keith Faulk, 55, longtime High Springs resident, went suddenly to be with the Lord on Monday, January 23, 2017.  He was a native Floridian, having served with distinction and pride for 2 years as a police officer with the Gainesville Police Department and over 25 years with the Alachua County Sherriff’s Office as a Sergeant .  While at the Sheriff’s Office he served as Hostage Negotiator, Dive Team Member, School Resource Officer, Agricultural Deputy, Public Information Officer and Bicycle Team and Patrol Sergeant.  He was a lifelong member and past president of the North Central Florida Police Benevolent Association, Fraternal Order of Police Gator Lodge # 67, past member of the Gainesville Jaycees, member of First Baptist Church of High Springs.  He was an avid outdoorsman and golfer.  His hobbies included:  fishing, hunting and diving.  He was a great son, brother, father, husband and G. P. friend, neighbor and servant to the community.  He always placed the needs of others before his own.

Survivors include:  His wife of 29 years, Michele Faulk of High Springs; 2 sons:  Bryan Keith (Kaci) and Brandon Lee Faulk both of High Springs; Grandchildren:  Kymber and Tanner; Mother:  Marge Faulk of Gainesville;  a  brother:  Tommy Faulk of Jacksonville; 2 Sisters:  Susan Regalado of Gainesville and Debbie Parker of High Springs and his beloved dog Fergie.

Celebration of Life Services will be held at 5:00 PM, Friday, January 27, 2017 at the First Baptist Church of High Springs with visitation 1 hr prior.

Arrangements by Evans Carter Funeral Home High Springs, FL 386-454-2444.

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9 thoughts on “Keith Faulk”
  1. We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers.

    The Bishop Family
    Doug Bishop, Donna Bishop Eiland and Sande Bishop Hunter

  2. This breaks my heart. I pray your family finds peace. My thoughts and prayers remain forever old friend.

  3. Hi Michelle, You may not remember me but I was the school counselor when Mr. Jones was the Assistant Principal in the 90’s, I believe. I’m still friends with Giny Shane. Please know that my thoughts are with you and your family during this time. I am so sorry for your loss. Anita Lynn Layton

  4. Family
    I am sorry for your loss. My family will keep you in our prayers. Keith was a great man and always strived to help others every day of his life. It was an honor to know him.

  5. God bless Keith and his family in this time of need. I remember Keith as a young boy when we rode bicycles. He enjoyed racing into the backyard, hitting the fence, and diving over it into the creek behind his house. And when he would modify a riding mower to climb the hills of the creek. I also remember riding on the back of his Yamaha 360 Enduro to Eastside High. I’m truly going to miss my childhood friend. Rest in peace, Keith.

  6. Praying for Coach Faulk, Bryan, and Brandon as well as the extended families and close friends. My heart hurts just from knowing him and the family a short while. May the Lord, your God, comfort and bring peace.

    -Former student and friend, Samantha (Salisbury) Norman

  7. Nothing but fondest memories of Keith from our days at Rawlings, Howard Bishop and Eastside. He was always the friend I wanted to be like. My sympathies to his friends, family and ACSD. God Bless

  8. Condolences for the family and the numerous friends. Keith had touched many in his career and personal life. Prayers for peace and understanding with God’s Grace.
    Larry and Patty Galyean

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