Mark Allan Faleide
June 15, 1950 – May 1, 2018
Beloved Husband and Father, Mark Allan Faleide, age 67, of Universal City, Texas passed away on Tuesday May 1, 2018 after a brief illness. Mark was born June 15, 1950 in Pasco, Washington. He spent his career with the Department of Army, both as a soldier and civilian retiring in August of 2006. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Debra as well as his children, Amy, Joshua, Jason and Jodie. He will be missed by his three sisters and many friends and coworkers who came to know him over the years. His burial will take place at Ft. Sam Houston Cemetery at a time yet to be determined.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.colonialuniversal.com for the Faleide family.
- He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Debra as well as his children, Amy, Joshua, Jason and Jodie. He will be missed by his three sisters and many friends and coworkers who came to know him over the years
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Blondes Brunettes and Redheads
May 10, 2018
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time. We are sorry to hear of your passing.
May 9, 2018
How many miles do you suppose we rode our bicycles when we were kids? Mark, we rode all over the Tri-Cities together. Fished in the Yakima, Columbia, and Snake rivers. Shot hundreds of rounds of ammunition and killed as many cans and targets as possible! Dreamed about what we were going to do when we grew up. I'll never figure out how we made it through our teenage years without serious injury but we did it! Even though we didn't see much of each other as we grew up and grew apart, you were still in my thoughts and memories. Fare well dear friend! You will be missed!
May 8, 2018
You were a great brother and friend, Mark. I was always so proud of you. You accomplished so much after you left home. It seemed you were always moving further and further away from us -- first to Germany, then Bellevue, Yakima, Alaska, Georgia, Panama, and finally to Texas. I will never forget you, you will always be in my heart.
Your loving sister,