She is the oldest of 6 children.
Consuelo work for San Marcos Academy as a nurse's aide, from there she moved on to Kyle School District, and then to UT from where she retired. She became a very loyal & faithful Longhorn fan for the rest of her life.
She had a great passion for her church & religion. She has seen a lot of changes thru her lifetime. The growth of Kyle, as well as the church she attended. She was the oldest member of the church. She has seen a lot of changes from when the church started, to what it is now. Consuelo, volunteered at the Shepherds House at the church. Where they help feed & cloth the community of Kyle and others who are in need. She felt that she was contributing & doing God's work.
Family was the most important thing in her life. She was most proud of her family, she had built. She glowed when she spoke of them and she always started with her grandchildren. They were what made her life
worth it. She has managed to lead her family thru the same road she walks thru. She will be missed by so many friends, family members & anyone who knew her. She taught us to always know & trust God & to live life
to the fullest, but not to forget to laugh along the way, and love.
Consuelo left a legacy & was preceded in death by her parents, Jose & Cruz Rizo, her husband Carlos Falcon, two sons: Carlos Falcon Jr, Leonard Falcon, three brothers, Gregory Rizo, Cruz Rizo, & Sam Rizo, one sister
Consuelo is survived by three children, her daughter Lydia Alvarez husband Augie of Kyle, two sons: Louis Falcon wife Vicky of Kyle, Earl Falcon & Sandy of San Marcos, one sister Tive Hernandez of Kyle, one
daughter-in-law Lupe Falcon of San Marcos, also five grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, & 5 great great grandchildren.