John Joseph Fall

June 10, 1965August 25, 2020

John Joseph Fall, age 55, of Chula Vista, California passed away on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. John was born June 10, 1965.

A graveside service for John will be held Friday, November 6, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 11:30 PM at Glen Abbey Memorial Park, 3838 Bonita Rd., Bonita, CA 91910. A final resting place will occur at Glen Abbey Memorial Park.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Fall family.

Graveside service will be livestreamed on Facebook Live: It will be on Funeral Home Facebook page: Funeraria Del Angel


6 November

Graveside Service

11:00 am - 11:30 pm

Glen Abbey Memorial Park

3838 Bonita Rd.
Bonita, CA 91910


John Joseph Fall

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Cynthia Lewis

October 25, 2020

I was John's premedical Advisor at San Diego State University. He was generous in spirit and a great mentor to many of my other students to tutor them in chemistry. I recall his sense of humor and leadership among the students I used as aides in my office. He was always willing to help. He is missed.

Kim Theobald

October 25, 2020

I moved to California when my cousin John was 12 years old. He was a great looking guy who always had a large group of friends around him. I worked with him at Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, CA. and he was a fun coworker.
He had a great personality and a wonderful sense of humor. He will be missed!

Douglas Clevenger

October 19, 2020

“Johnny” was always kind and thoughtful when working with me at Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, CA. He was a patient care assistant for the Radiology department. He was very caring with all of the patients he helped with. He had aspirations of going to medical school and talked about this on many occasions. He would have made an excellent physician. I know his mother loved him dearly. Rest In Peace my friend.

Maria Penalosa

October 19, 2020

John had a never ending generosity towards his students and friends. As my friend, he genuinely cared when we shared a personal conversation. He was, in fact, the most empathetic man I have known. I admired his strong conviction to see through his family responsibilities and postponing spreading his wings to new start. He would have blossomed in any path he would choose. John was especially gifted as an instructor and many have said he could teach Science to anyone. His magic consisted in adapting his teaching style to the individual student’s learning capability, a feat that requires an enormous degree of patience, knowledge and focus.
My great loss. Now rest, John. You will not be forgotten.

Colleen Martin

October 15, 2020

John, I am stunned at your unexpected passing. You were a wonderful cousin that took such good care of your mom without ever complaining. You truly cared about people. My sister and your cousin Holly had wonderful times up until your death. You were planning on coming to visit Greg and I but we'll see you on the other side. Take care. Love, Colleen, Greg and Holly.


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