Violeta C. Valle, a Christian woman whose love for the Holy Spirit was an inspiration to all who knew her, passed away on January 10, 2024, at the age of 87. Born on February 2, 1936, she embarked on a journey from Cuba to the United States in the 1960s and proudly became a U.S. citizen. Violeta's legacy is one of love, compassion, and unwavering dedication to her family. She embraced her role as a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother with a grace that touched the hearts of those around her. Violeta's presence in the lives of her loved ones was like a gentle guiding light, always there to offer support and care.
Violeta's life will be commemorated with a visitation at Terrace Park Funeral Home & Cemetery on January 17, 2024, starting at 6:00 PM and concluding at 6:30 PM. This will be followed by a Celebration of Life event from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM in fond remembrance of Violeta's remarkable journey. Violeta's memory will forever live on in the hearts of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Her legacy of kindness and love will continue to inspire all who were fortunate enough to have known her. In times of joy or sorrow, Violeta's unwavering presence will be deeply missed. During this time of mourning and reflection, let us remember Violeta as the kind-hearted woman she was – humble yet strong, selfless yet wise. She has left an indelible mark on our lives and has taught us valuable lessons about faith, perseverance, and forgiveness. As we bid farewell to Violeta C. Valle, let us celebrate the beautiful life she lived and the positive impact she made on the world around her. May her spirit find eternal peace, and may her memory be a constant source of strength and inspiration for us all. Preceding her in death are her parents: Aurelio and Primitiba Rodriguez; as well as her son: Julian Perez.
Violeta will be remembered by her four children: Maria (Steven) Francis, Lucy Gurrola, Teresa (Stephen) Slowskei, and Jesus Valle; as well as many grandchildren great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren.