Heights Funeral Home

1317 Heights Blvd, Houston, TX


Brandon Ray Falcon

July 31, 1985June 16, 2020
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It is with deep sadness that the family of Brandon Falcon announces his passing on June 16, 2020 in Houston, TX. He was born on July 31, 1985 to Robert Falcon and Sheryl Tolar. Brandon was gifted with one of the brightest minds. His ability to discuss politics and current events respectfully was one of his strongest skills. He could debate with anyone over anything, pushing the boundaries of conversation while also remaining polite and curious. Brandon was self-taught on the guitar and had a beautiful singing voice. Despite the insistence of many family members — namely his mother — and several friends, he would not take his talents beyond family gatherings and outings. Brandon was a true comedian minus the stage. He was always making everyone laugh from a young age. Like his other talents, he preferred to keep it small although many believe he could have gone on to be professional. He had an unbelievable memory. He could mimic every word to many different episodes of his best-loved shows. He played football and baseball while growing up but his heart was in computers, computer games, anime, sketching, TV, politics and many other indoor hobbies. Later, basketball became one of his favorite outdoor activities. He played as often as he could before injuring his knee. Watching the Houston Rockets was where Brandon could be found in his element, cheering so loudly that he could be heard from two houses down. Brandon was such a caring person that he often put the needs of others before his own. If a neighbor needed a ride somewhere or needed groceries, he would take them. He was the kind of guy who could befriend anyone, without judgement. In the words of one of his closest childhood friends, “Brandon was truly one of a kind. I swear he could make me laugh no matter the circumstances.” If you were blessed to know Brandon it was a great gift. Although he was taken so soon, we are truly grateful God gave us the time we had with him. Brandon is survived by his mother Sheryl Tolar and father Robert Falcon; sister Lindsey Falcon and her husband Ludo Bayac and brother Bobby Falcon and his wife Julie; nephews; Gage Falcon and Elian Bayac. A visitation for Brandon will be held Tuesday, June 23, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Heights Funeral Home, 1317 Heights Blvd, Houston, Texas 77008. The funeral service is scheduled for Wednesday at 10:00 AM, at Heights Funeral Home. Brandon will be laid to rest at Woodlawn Cemetery, 1101 Antoine Dr., Houston, Texas 77055.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.heightsfuneralhome.com for the Falcon and Tolar families. Due to uncertain times, please wear facemask and follow all social distancing rules.


  • Sheryl Tolar, Mother
  • Robert Falcon, Father
  • Lindsey Falcon and her husband Ludo Bayac, Sister
  • Bobby Falcon and his wife Julie, Brother
  • Gage Falcon, Nephew
  • Elian Bayac, Nephew


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 23, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020


Brandon Ray Falcon

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Cindy McCauley

June 24, 2020

Oh how I will miss you “second cousin” Brandon. I love you dearly. You were a gift from God to our family and to every one that had the pleasure of knowing you. Your smile, personality, and humor were truly one of a kind. Such a special, kind and loving person. So many memories I have of you with Lindsey, Sharla, Hunter and Kassidy together at the Frio River, Carlsbad Caverns, skiing in Sante Fe and Angel Fire, New Mexico, and on the family cruise to the Caribbean. I can still see and hear you on the cruise singing karaoke and enjoying life with your family. You never missed an opportunity to make us laugh and never missed an opportunity to SMILE in your genuine one of a kind smile of your’s. I loved that you always called me “second cousin” Cindy. It cracked me up every time. I will miss you Brandon until we meet again. ❤️XOXO❤️

Sheryl, Bobby, Lindsey, & family, My heart breaks for you for the loss of Brandon. Please know I am praying for you, your family and Brandon’s friends. May you find some peace in knowing how much Brandon was loved by his family and friends and for all the remarkable and extraordinary ways Brandon made each of our lives better for knowing and loving him. He truly was the BRIGHT LIGHT in our family and we are all better people for knowing and loving him.

Jose Chavez

June 24, 2020

It's time likes these that not living in Houston makes it really tough. Even though Living far away makes it hard to see friends, we had been keeping a group text going with Peter, Roland, and Brandon. It was always a reminder of how funny and one of a kind Brandon was. Brandon was one of my oldest friends in what is a pretty small group, and some of my longest and loudest laughs came with Brandon (one even made it on video and I shared with Lindsey). I will definitely miss Brandon, but am glad I got to call him my friend and share many good times with him. My thoughts and condolences to his entire family and all of his friend. Nothing but love and good times, with my personal comedian, Brandon Falcon :).

Peter VanClief

June 23, 2020

Brandon and I met in elementary school and were best friends instantly. We did everything best friends do, except better, with more joy and understanding. The kind of kinship we shared only comes around so often and its impact is resolute. I love you brother, I have been and always shall be your friend.

Melissa Frilot

June 22, 2020

Brandon, I still can’t believe you’re really gone. It’s hard to imagine a family party ever being the same again. I can’t imagine what my aunt, uncle, and cousins are going through right now. We were all so lucky to have you . You were so full of life and brought absolute joy to everyone who was lucky enough to be around you. There were so many times that you made me laugh until I cried. I have such wonderful memories of all of us together as kids. This photo says it all. This huge void you’ve left will never be able to be filled- there was no one like you! I know you are with Grandma and Grandma now, in Heaven, and that we will see you again. I love you, cousin!

Brandon Herzog

June 22, 2020

I have a very special place in my heart that I will always carry with me; a part of me physically mentally and spiritually. I was given this place to hold on to and I cherish it dearly. It's not tangible, yet it is transferable. It's not losable either, as it can always be given. It's the greatest gift I've ever received. I wish everyone could have this gift. I wish everyone could have this special little place. Brandon Falcon showed me this place. I thank you for that brother. I will keep pushing on here and carry you with me at all times. I will share what you have shown me with anyone and everyone I can. I love you Brandon.

Tracy Barber

June 21, 2020

I love ya bud! Its been years since we've hung out but man O man! Did we have some good times! No truer words than the part that said he did not judge people. He was ALWAYS nice to me, even when others were not. What a smile!

Debbie Harris

June 20, 2020

Sheryl, Robert & Lindsey,

I’m so deeply sorry for your loss.
I look back with a smile thinking of Brandon & Cory being buddies together and all the fun times we had. My prayers go out to you all.
Debbie Harris.

Hunter McCauley

June 19, 2020

You were always very kind to your annoying cousin growing up. I looked up to you. Always the smartest guy in the room about the things you were most passionate about. The best sense of humor of anyone I knew with a heart of gold on top.
You were a positive role model for me and I thank you for that.

Countless times you would make my face hurt from smiling and laughing. I can’t think of a better person to be in a room with.

I know you will be watching over us with other loved ones by your side.
God has a plan and he takes the good ones early, so I'm sure you will speak your mind and show him how it’s done. Until we meet again Brandon we all love and miss you.

If you see Gunny up there watch over him for me. He needs someone to play ball with everyday. Love ya Cuz

David (Bob) Robertson

June 19, 2020

Brandon and I worked together at Black-eyed Pea in 2007. We had become friends and when I moved to Iowa he was the only person who showed up to help load my stuff into a u-haul. I tried to pay him but he wouldn’t accept it. I always considered him to be a good guy and felt he had a good heart. I’ll miss him.

Joanne Salt

June 19, 2020

I am so sorry to hear this heartbreaking news. Brandon was such a caring soul - always helping others. I had the joy of being at the hospital when he came into this world and was able to see him over the years as he grew up. He was smart, funny, loving and caring and loved by so many. I know he is now in perfect glory with his loved ones in Heaven. But he will be greatly missed.

Sending my love and prayers,