July 10, 1937 – August 27, 2020_x000D_
Jerry left this world to be with The Lord on August 27, 2020, he was 83.
Jerry was born on July 10, 1937 in Commerce, Oklahoma to Walter A. Falk and Treffel B (Trotter) Falk. When Jerry was 4 years old, his family moved to Lynwood, California, where they stayed until he was 15. At that age his family moved to Modesto, California. He attended Downey High School where he met his future bride, Katharine (Kitty) Mae Davis. They married in 1953 and had their first child David. In 1955 they moved back to his childhood home of Lynwood. There he landed his career job at Norris Industries (then Norris Thermadore) where he went on to become a Supervisor and Product Manager. The Falks had two more children, daughters, Christi and Lori. In the early 1960s, they bought their first home in Bellflower, California.
Jerry loved racing T Track on his BSA Gold Star dirt bike. He was a member of the Jackrabbits MC along with his buddies, Rodger, Norm, Dick and Nate, from 1959 until 1968. Jerry and Kitty went their separate ways in 1966.
In 1968 Jerry met his second love Eleanor “Faye” Farrow. In March 1971, they moved to Ceres, California. Along with Faye’s 4 children, Eddie, Rick, Susan and Roberta, they set up a home and purchased a bar called Doug’s Den, which they owned for decades. They were married in September 1971. Jerry also continued to work for Norris at their plant in Riverbank. He retired in 1989 at the age of 53. Jerry loved to hunt and fish with his good friend Jerry Roberts. He also enjoyed playing golf, crabbing and crawfishing.
Preceding Jerry in death were his parents, his big brother Lloyd “Bud” Zimmerman, his little sister Kay Lynn Pickup, loving wife Faye, step daughter Susan and his grandson Derrick.
His 3 children, 3 stepchildren, 13 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren survive him.
Join us for a Graveside Memorial on Friday, September 25th at 11:00am at Turlock Memorial Park, 425 N. Soderquist Rd., Turlock, CA.
In lieu of flowers, please give to your favorite Animal Shelter, or Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Keri Costner saysSeptember 5, 2020 at 1:12 am
My deepest sympathies go out to family & friends.
Rest In Peace