September 20, 1922 ~ January 16, 2022

Born in: San Francisco, California
Resided in: Fremont, California

Louis Falzon was born on September 20th 1922 in San Francisco, Ca. He was born to loving parents, Emanuel and Emily Falzon, who both immigrated from Malta to the United States. Louis was an only child and married the love of his life, Mary A. Falzon in 1956. The couple proudly lived among the Maltese community in the Bay View district of the City until moving to Fremont in 1970.

Louis served in the Army Air Corps, was a veteran of World War II, and was always very proud of his service. He worked in the Railroad service and BART until his retirement. He was Mary’s constant companion and her caregiver in their later years until she passed away in 2011.

Louis enjoyed many things. When he was younger, he particularly enjoyed camping, hiking, and gold panning. He also enjoyed reading and was known by many for his cooking and gardening. He lived a simple life and especially cherished time with family and friends. He showed a real talent for life.

He is survived by many nieces and nephews and will be greatly missed by all.

A graveside service will be held at 11:30 am on Friday, January 28th at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma. For any questions, please contact Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel of the Angels for further assistance.

Services

Graveside Service: January 28, 2022 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Holy Cross Cemetery
1500 Mission Rd
Colma, CA 94014

650-756-2060

Room: Cemetery

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  1. We will always remember our summer camping trips with Uncle Lou at Indian Valley and his great stories he told us around the campfire. At Christmas dinner we always enjoyed the songs he would sing to us from the 40’s era.
    We will miss you so very much and we will cherish our memories of you. You will always be in our heart’s.
    All our love, Denis, Chrissie, Francesca and Alexander,

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  2. CandleI met Lou and his wife at in 2010. Lou was one of my favorite people. He would drop in to see me at work and bring me plants. I enjoyed his stories about his time in the military and his outlook on life. I admired how he traveled and lived life on his terms. He was a pleasure. I was sad to hear of his passing. I will remember him by taking care of my plants, traveling and living life on my terms.

    RIP Lou and thank you for your service to our country.

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