Alain Christophe Bordes
June 5, 1967 ~ May 29, 2017
Alain Christophe Bordes unexpectedly passed away May 29, 2017 at the age of 49 years while mountain biking with friends.
Residing in Tahoe City, California for the last twenty five years he was a bigger than life personality known by everyone for his great humor, passionate beliefs, and of course for being French.
Born June 5, 1967 in Astaffort France. The loss of Alain is felt on two continents and in many communities, as Alain’s adventurous life brought him into so many worlds and lives that once touched by him would never again be the same. Alain was a top Karting racer in France and took that skill into his life in America training some of the top racers in the United States,inspiring him to start a Karting import business called Alpha Karting.
He lived in Val D Isere, France as a professional ski patrol from 1990-1993 where he met his Wife Anastasia Bordes in 1991. Moving to Lake Tahoe he worked as a Squaw Valley Ski Patrol and ski instructor. After marrying Stacy in 1995 Alain began to build the American Dream by starting and growing his business in Lake Tahoe, French Kiss Carpet Care.
Alain was an avid motorcycle, boating, and skiing enthusiast, enjoyed travel, and loved his family and friends.
Alain is survived by his wife Anastasia Bordes, his eldest son Julien and younger son Etienne, his parents Jacques and Anne-Marie Bordes, his sister Marie-Claude Lucos and her husband Didier Lucos and their son Raphael, as well as Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins in France.
In lieu of flowers there has been an account established at the Tahoe City Bank of America in the name of Alain and Stacy’s sons, Julien and Etienne Bordes for educational and athletic adventures. Account number 325094352973.
The family would like to thank the entire Tahoe Community for the outpouring of love and support. Merci
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