Christopher David Fallat
February 25, 1982 - July 30, 2022
Obituary For Christopher David Fallat
Beloved son and brother, Christopher David Fallat, passed away unexpectedly on July 30, 2022, at the age of 40. Christopher was taken from his family too soon and will be immensely missed.
Christopher is survived by his father George Fallat; his siblings Jennifer (Scott) Franklin, Michael Fallat, and Sarah (Aaron) Long; his two precious nieces Abigail and Melody; and nephews Kyle and Zachary. Christopher is preceded in death by his mother Nancy Fallat.
Christopher was born in Sacramento, California to George Fallat and Nancy Fallat (Haws). Throughout his childhood and adolescence, Christopher delighted in camping trips to the coast and mountains, video gaming, and sports. He graduated high school in the year 2000 from East Nicolaus High School in Nicolaus, California where he played on the football team. He attended Sierra College in Rocklin, California, obtaining his associate degree while exploring his interests. Christopher held various jobs around the Sacramento area, eventually joining alongside his mother, father, and sisters running his mother’s prom dress retail store, Proms to Beaches, in Roseville, California. Some of his and his family’s fondest memories during these years revolve around the laughs and drama that is often synonymous with a family-operated business.
Christopher had an entrepreneur spirit with many talents. In the last decade, he enjoyed running a furniture restoration business with his mother. He also successfully ran an online Lego resale business up until his passing. Christopher was extremely smart with technology which titled him the family guru when it came to anything related to computers. During the last few years, Christopher enjoyed family gatherings centered around board games and racing remote control cars with his father. Christopher was a big fan of Rockstar energy drinks and rock band Blink 182.
Christopher was close with his mother, Nancy, who passed away only a year ago from a rare brain cancer. Her death brought a deep wound to his heart and well-being. May God comfort them in heaven for all eternity.
“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.”
- Revelation 21:4
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