portrait picture for Mark J. Fallo

Services:

Private.

Contributions:

          Mark’s family asks that friends who wish to honor his memory consider a donation to Save the Children (https://www.savethechildren.org), the International OCD Foundation (https://iocdf.org), or the American Diabetes Association (https://www.diabetes.org). We hope his friends will join us in a celebration of his life, which will be held at a later date.

Mark J. Fallo


January 10, 1963 ~ April 10, 2020

Family and friends are heartbroken by the passing of Mark J. Fallo on the morning of Friday, April 10, 2020, of complications from COVID-19.

          Born January 10, 1963, in Norwalk, Mark was the much doted-upon and often harassed little brother of Kathy, Chuck, and Pat. He attended Norwalk schools, graduating Norwalk High School in the class of 1981. He later attended Norwalk Community College, the University of Bridgeport, and Western Governors University. He was a past employee of Stew Leonard’s, Pathmark Liquors, the US Postal Service, and most recently the Wine Basket in East Norwalk, where he was beloved by customers for his characteristic wit and good nature. He loved being with people and rarely met a stranger who didn’t become a friend, and his kindness and generosity knew no bounds.

          Mark was a long-suffering fan of the New York Mets and much happier fan of the New England Patriots, and we’re pretty sure Tom Brady left the Pats in no small part because Mark wouldn’t be around to cheer for them anymore. He was the proud owner of a ridiculously large baseball card collection. A talented musician, he played the accordion before Weird Al made it cool, studied piano for many years, and rocked a mean air guitar. He was a huge fan of Kansas and the Doobie Brothers and loved seeing them in concert with his sister at every opportunity.

          Mark was a loving husband and a great dad. The two very best days of his life were when he married his wife, May, and when his daughter, Maekaella, was born. He was an incredible Mr. Mom and was never happier than when he was attending school trips and other activities with Maekaella. He was also very active with her Girl Scout troop.

          Along with his wife and daughter, Mark is survived by his mother, Julia Fallo O’Hara; sister Kathy (Jon) Hall; brothers Chuck (Karen) and Pat (Johanna); stepsiblings Mary (Don), Raymond, Eddie (Elissa), and Tommy (Sue) O’Hara and Ann (Fred) Salvino; nieces Meghann (George) French, Caitlin (Tygar) Hall, Kimberly (David) Viesto, Kristen Fallo; nephews Jamie Hall and Russell (Bryanna) Fallo; great-nieces Julia French and Audrey Viesto and great-nephews Asher French and Grayson Viesto; and several cousins. He also leaves behind multitudes of friends who we hope will raise a glass and smile as they remember him.

          He was undoubtedly met at the Pearly Gates by his father, Russell J. Fallo; his stepfather, Raymond O’Hara; his grandparents; and his cousins Cliff Hughes, Kenney Mitchell, Shawn Mitchell, and Kris Arnold.

          Mark’s family asks that friends who wish to honor his memory consider a donation to Save the Children (https://www.savethechildren.org), the International OCD Foundation (https://iocdf.org), or the American Diabetes Association (https://www.diabetes.org). We hope his friends will join us in a celebration of his life, which will be held at a later date.

  1. So sad for your loss.

    April 12, 2020
    Howard, Tracy Toms and Family. -
  • Chuck,

    I am so sorry. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

    April 12, 2020
    Gary Wetmore -
  • Chuck
    So sorry for your loss. May your brother Rest In Peace.
    My sympathy to you and your family.
    Gayle Radshaw

    April 12, 2020
    Gayle Radshaw -
  • Chuck, so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother, our deepest sympathy goes out to your family in this time sadness….Stephen, LYNN, Alex & Chris.

    April 12, 2020
    Stephen L Horvath -
  • Mark, you struggled thru the pain, and persevered , to be a loving husband and father. So many times I was able to see the joy you had , despite those fleshly distractors. Now, there is no more suffering here on Earth for you. Your family now feels the sadness and pain of your loss, but our Lord Jesus will provide comfort. Over time pain will lessen, memories will grow, and your presence will be molded into each heart. GOD Bless the Fallo family. You all hold strong together. I wish I could be there and show you my sincere heartfelt condolences. To May and Mak, Mark has moved on, Live your lives in his honor, sharing the love to others, that you shared with him, and someday, when GOD allows we all will meet again on “the other side”. Chuck , Pat, Ms O , Kathy and the Fallo girls , and to the whole family, peace and comfort , in the name of Jesus. Your friend , Wayne Henion

    April 13, 2020
    Wayne Henion -
  • I went to CCHS with Chuck. My sincere condolences Chuck and to your whole family. Praying for all of you.

    April 13, 2020
    Diane McSweeney Allen -
  • Sending my love and prayers to Chuck and family.
    Karen Pratt

    April 13, 2020
    Karen Pratt -
  • Our heartfelt condolences to all, so very sorry for your loss.May he Rest In Peace .

    April 13, 2020
    Richard & Kathy Patchen -
  • Chuck I’m sorry to hear of the passing of your brother hope all is well with you and your family

    April 13, 2020
    Pete Wasencky -
  • So sorry for your loss. Mark was a great guy. God Bless.

    April 13, 2020
    Jerry Hodges -
  • I’m so very sorry. My heart hurts for you all.

    April 13, 2020
    Lynn tolles zavory -
  • Dear Aunt Julia, Kathy, Pat, and Chuck – I am sure Mark is with his Lord, his Dad, Gram and his aunt, uncles and cousins who have gone before. We grieve our loss but he has no pain or hurt from his worn out earth suit – his soul lives on. I know this is true after losing Shawn. Just honor him by remembering how awesome he is. Sending love and prayers that you find peace, your cousin Lisa.

    April 14, 2020
    Lisa Schidlmeier -
  • No more pain, no more suffering, be at peace with the Lord. Let your memories bring comfort and courage to your family to face the days ahead. Our condolences to the Fallo family. We love you May ang Ella, from all of us here in the Philippines.

    April 14, 2020
    Cecille & kuya Jet Del Rosario & Family -
  • So sorry for your loss Chuck . Our hearts go out to you and your family

    April 14, 2020
    Tom and Mindy Bottone -
  • Chuck, Sending our prayers to you & all your family. Our hearts go out to you in this difficult time. May Mark rest in peace with Our Lord in Heaven. And, may your Faith & cherished memories bring you comfort in your times of need.
    Keeping you in our thoughts & prayers,
    Jack & Julia Cade

    April 15, 2020
    JACK & JULIA CADE -
  • So sorry for your loss.
    Sending love and prayers,
    Mersene

    April 16, 2020
    Mersene Norbom -
  • I always enjoyed talking with Mark when l shopped at the Wine Basket. Behind the cash register there are framed old fashioned corkscrews. I told him about the corkscrew museum in the south of France and we laughed about it.
    I’m very sorry he died so young.

    April 19, 2020
    Nina Marino -
  • What a beautiful tribute to a life lived with love and laughter. My love to you Chuck and your family. May the love that surrounds you bring you comfort and peace. Visit often Mark.

    April 20, 2020
    Deborah Lee Miller-Riley & Angel Tom. -
  • I remember Mark well. He was a good man, from a fine family.

    May 4, 2020
    James J Griffith -
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