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Bryant Alexander Falcke

Bryant Alexander Falcke

November 22, 1988 – December 7, 2015

It is with heavy hearts to say Bryant was called home into the arms of our Lord on Monday, December 7th at his home in Danville, CA. He had celebrated his 27th birthday just before Thanksgiving.

Bryant was born on November 22, 1988 in Reno, NV. He was then brought to his home in Genoa where he grew up as a 5th generation Genoan. As a child he enjoyed all the simplicities and joys of a small town upbringing. He attended Jacks Valley Elementary School, Carson Valley Middle School, and Douglas High School where he was a member of the basketball team. Bryant graduated in 2007 from Douglas High and went on to attend UNR where he studied Business. Bryant then decided to pursue his passion for Real Estate and became a licensed Realtor in NV and CA. After working in Reno for a few years he moved to California in 2013 and joined the Intero Real Estate Group in San Carlos, CA.

Bryant was instantly liked by all those who met him. He was known for his contagious smile, sharp and sarcastic humor, and caring demeanor. He was loving, kind, generous, witty and loyal. Bryant never missed an opportunity for adventure and was fortunate to have traveled many places in his short life. Those who knew Bryant know of his love for sports and the outdoors; hiking, hunting, golfing, running, camping, football, baseball and his beloved basketball. Family and friends were very important to Bryant and he loved spending as much time as possible with those he cared for. He loved showing his nephews the fun to be had as a child growing up in Genoa.

Bryant leaves behind his parents Jane and Roger Falcke, sister Katrina Falcke-Tholen and brother-in-law Trent Tholen, nephews Brock and Walker Tholen, uncles Randy(Betsy) Falcke and Rocky (Darlene) Falcke, grandmother Maxine Morris of Pacific Grove, Ca., along with his uncle Richard (Loretta) Morris in Salinas, Ca., many cousins, countless friends and, of course, his beloved Boxer, “Baby Doll”.

Bryant’s ashes will be interred in the family plot at the Genoa Cemetery and a Celebration of Life will be held at a future date this coming spring. All those who knew Bryant are welcome to attend.

If you wish, donations in Bryant’s name may be made to The Intero Foundation, 1250 San Carlos Ave., San Carlos, Ca. 94070, The Carson Valley Trails Association, PO Box 222, Minden NV. 89423, or any charitable foundation of your choice.

Bryant will be forever in our hearts and missed dearly.




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