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Mark D. Falck
September 19, 1949 - November 23, 2023

Place of Birth: Kenmare, ND
Residence: Seguin, TX, formerly of Lignite, ND
Age: 74

Mark D. Falck, 74, of Seguin, TX, formerly of Lignite, ND passed away on Thursday, November 23, 2023 at the Dell Seton Medical Center at University of Texas, in Austin, TX. His death was due to complications from a long illness.

Born in Kenmare, ND, he was the son of Roy and Beth Falck. He dedicated his life to farming and retired in 2002 after many years of hard work and devotion. After retirement, he transitioned from a working life to an adventurous journey. From North Pole, Alaska to Tierra Del Fuego, he always made sure the adventures were memorable.

In 2004, he successfully received a liver transplant which allowed him to continue his adventures. In 2005, He moved to Texas which he had been ever since. During his retirement and living in Texas, he enjoyed various projects such as rebuilding, a 1949 GMC truck which he called Mater and restoring various antique pieces.

Despite all of his experiences, Mark mostly enjoyed being with family. What brought him the most joy was having fun with the grandchildren, riding ATV’s, playing games, listening to music, picnics and bonfires along with some fireworks.

He is survived by his three daughters; Lilliana Spreng, Elania Sosa, Evelyn Sosa, his five grandchildren; Chelsea Spreng, Jacob Spreng, Hannah Baez, Sebastian Sosa, and Giovanni Sosa.

He was preceded in death by his parents Roy and Beth Falck, and Sister Penny Parsley.

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Greg & Karen McEvers (Lignite, ND)
Nov 26, 2023
Our sympathies on your loss! Prayers to all of Mark’s family.
Joel Bird (Bismarck , ND)
Nov 26, 2023
Thoughts and prayers
Paul Stenseth (Buffalo, TX)
Nov 27, 2023
A great man and a great cousin. Condolences to all. May he be at peace now.
Lester Ronholdt (Williston, North Dakota)
Nov 27, 2023
Our thoughts & prayers go out to the family.
Nov 28, 2023
I had the honor to meet cousin Mark for the first time in 2021. I saw his piercing blue eyes and saw the family through them. He told stories of the farm and my grandfather he referred to as "Uncle Tommy." We had two wonderful visits, and we are thankful for the time we had with him. We are so sorry for the loss of Mark and we rest knowing his spirit will live on forever.
Nadine Sandberg (Lignite, ND)
Nov 30, 2023
So sad to hear of Mark’s passing….. he was a dear friend, neighbor, and we rode the bus together to school for many years! When Julie and girls moved here…. he brought them to our house.. we were all friends immediately! We spent many holidays together, spring break trips, and many great times at their farm. Mark was very kind hearted, and he loved visiting and sharing his knowledge with others. He will be dearly missed…. And the last time I saw him we all had our picture taken together.. it was as a honor to have known Mark. God Bless all of you!! Love, Nadine
Rocky Weinmann (Lignite , ND)
Dec 2, 2023
I thank Mark for a life lived well. I would not have a beautiful wife, daughter and son and an extended wonderful family l love so much. His life touched so many people. My prayers are with you all. I am sorry you lost a husband, a father, a grandpa, and an uncle and a friend.
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