Marco Louis Servente

Alameda native Marco Louise Servente, 58, nicknamed Marc and Vlad, passed away unexpectedly on July 10, at Methodist Hospital in Sacramento. He fought an upward battle with a chronic heart condition with courage and dignity. He was born in Alameda, lived in South Lake Tahoe for two years, before settling in Sacramento.

Marco attended St. Philip Neri Grammar School and Encinal High School. He attended The National Technical Institute in Phoenix Ariz., where her received his degree for HVAC-R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning-refrigeration). He attended a course at the Automotive Institute in Phoenix. He also had his plumbing license.

Marco had a passion and love for animals, especially dogs. He was the proud owner of different breeds. He especially loved to help pit bulls. He was an outdoor lover and avid bike rider. Marco was a people person and made friends easily. He was kindhearted to everyone he encountered. If someone was hungry he’d feed them. He lived each and every day to the fullest.

Marco is predeceased by his parents, Ernest and Connie Servente, of Alameda; Mark and Juliette Falletti, Alameda, mother’s side; grandparents Marie Craig, Alameda, and Louis Servente, father’s side; Aunt Florence Gudmudsen, Alameda.

Marco is survived by his siblings, Christine Servente, Cathleen Brown, Ann Damien; brothers-in-law, Randall Brown, Frank Damien. He was a proud uncle to nieces and nephew, Rachel Brown, Marianne Brown, Dominic Reno, Theresa Reno; and great-uncle to Maddison Hynes. A private memorial service will be held at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery & Crematorium, Hayward. Please give to his favorite charity ASPCA.org in lieu of flowers.