Kenneth N. Faulk

Kenneth N. Faulk

Ken Faulk, aged 79, residing in Moon Township, passed away peacefully in his home on April 17th. Ken was born on April 22, 1943, although his life didn’t truly begin until June 22, 1972, when he gave his life to Jesus and was born again. 

He grew up in Export, Pennsylvania. At the age of 22, he married Geri Adams and went on to have five beautiful children; Kenny, Kristine, Kelly, David, and Joseph.  He was an executive for Mobil Oil for over two decades. He started Mobil Oil’s private truck fleet in 1970. In 1990, he started Wonder Transport Company, which is a specialized tank truck operation, and is still being run by his sons today. 

He started Signs & Wonders, which became his life’s work, putting up billboards around the country, sharing the message of John 3:3, “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God.” He and Geri were very active in the church as Bible teachers, counselors, and he spoke around the country at Christian businessmen conferences. He was even invited to speak at a Billy Graham crusade. His ministry was vast and far reaching, but only God knows the magnitude of the lives he touched. 

Ken is predeceased by his parents, Silvio and Mildred Faulk. He is survived by his loving and beautiful wife, Geri Faulk. His memory will be carried on by his children: Ken and Sharyn Faulk, Kristine and Jeff Leko, Kelly and Ted Breault, David and Treena Faulk, and Joseph and Claire Faulk. As well as his grandchildren: Taylor Graham, Giada, Brody, Isla, and Millie Faulk. He is also survived by his sister, Marlene Flaherty and her two children, Kimberly and Bobby. 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to Signs & Wonders Ministry, an organization that Ken built his life around, spreading the good news of Jesus and bringing followers to Christ.

Ken was a blessing and pillar of strength to those around him. The light of God shined through him in how he spoke and treated others. He made an impact on so many lives and never stopped sharing the Word of God and his love for Jesus, even during his last days. Until we meet him in heaven again. 

We will be holding a Celebration of Life Wednesday evening April 19, 2023 at 6 P.M. at Wildwood Chapel.

2850 Jack Street Aliquippa, PA. 15001

One thought on “Kenneth N. Faulk

  1. My love, deepest sympathy, and prayers for Geri and the family.
    Ken Faulk was the epitomy of Christian living. Ken and Geri were a big part of my journey in Christ. There was a time when I was going through a bad seven years in my life and Ken and Geri prayed me through it many times. Thankfully I found my way back and wouldn’t trade anything for my journey now.
    The Faulks and my family shared many church services, Bible studies and other occasions with each other, along with other people when we first started out in the faith and the “new church.” What an experience!
    I remember hearing Ken preach many times. I remember him teaching Bible studies. I know that anyone who sat under Ken’s ministry, walked away enlightened, enriched, and wanting to hear more. One grew spiritually under Ken’s ministry. He was an anointed servant of Jesus Christ.
    Many will miss Ken Faulk, but more will never forget the impact he had on their lives. I know that because I’m one of them. I loved you back then…I love you now. Ken, you ran the race well. Enjoy the presence of Christ throughout eternity! See you soon my brother in Christ! “Heaven’s Sounding Sweeter All The Time!”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.