Martin Funeral Home

128 North Resler Drive, El Paso, TX


Virginia Marilyn Mae Falco

April 17, 1936June 27, 2020

She was born on April 17, 1936 to the late Thomas Dyer Mitchell and Gayo Gwendolyn Perkins in Saint Jo, Texas and passed away on June 27, 2020 in El Paso, Texas. She is preceded in death by her husband, Sam Falco.

Survived by Son, Daniel Carl Falco and wife Kim Son, Stephen Michael Falco and wife Betty Granddaughter Lauren Falco Grandson Collin Falco

She is survived by 4 siblings: brother Tommy Mitchell and wife, Pat; sister Betty Mitchell; sister Gaynell Eppler husband Glendon; sister Raylene Duke;


  • Daniel Carl Falco, Son
  • Stephen Michael Falco, Son


  • Graveside Service

    Monday, July 6, 2020



Virginia Marilyn Mae Falco

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Betty Mitchell

July 6, 2020

I remember back in 1960, I took a job at Star Engraving Company as a secretary and I had not been there very long and they need another secretary. I told you about it and you took the job and we rode to work together. We didn't last too long at that job. You went to work in downtown Houston.

Stephen Falco

July 6, 2020

To my dearest Mother,

My Mom, a true original, my biggest fan. You molded us in many ways, some you were not even aware of. Today, and for the rest of my days, you will be missed. I find peace in knowing that you and Dad are reunited and at rest. May God take you in his arms and keep you safe until we meet again.. I love you Mom!!!


July 6, 2020

I will miss my sister Virginia. I have many childhood memories. Glen and I send our condolences to Danny and Steve. It is sad to lose a mother. We will rejoice together in heaven one day.
Love Aunt Gay and Uncle Glen

Raylene Duke

July 4, 2020

Really miss Virginia. It's hard to think I won"t see her again. I was just looking at photos of all of the family vacationing in New Braunfels at the river. Virginia looked like a glamour girl in her swim suit and big hat. She and Granny both had the big hats. She's probably visiting with Granny now.

Love, Aunt Ray