Mary Elizabeth Baltensperger
Viola was a wonderful lady and an excellent teacher. You are in our thoughts and prayers
Wendy (Rayburn) Wheeler
Mr. Valvano, my son Josh and I lived across the street from you on Chapel years ago. I remember Josh picking flowers and bringing them over to Mrs. V. She was so sweet to make such a fuss over his offerings! Bless you both. Wendy Wheeler
I'm so sorry for your loss. I miss everyone very much. Give my love to the family.
Dot & Bud Farnsworth
Joe and Family: So sorry to read of Viola passing in this mornings paper, If we could possibly help you in any way please call us. We have sll of you in our thoughts and and prayer at this difficult time. Sincerly, Dot & Bud
We have loving memories of Aunt Lola, Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss
and our loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Love Linda & Mike
Mrs. Valvano was a warm and gracious person, who always made everyone who visited Chapel Street comfortable. Joey and I were close friends for many years, through a variety of ages, in part, I suspect, because I, too had three sisters.
I never remember seeing Mrs. Valvano cross or frustrated, even when we went tearing in and out of the house. She was always pleasant and loving, a good schoolteacher to the core, but more importantly a loving mom and wife.
And the food was great, too!
There aren't enough people like Viola Valvano any more, and my thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Valvano, his daughters and their families, and one of my great lifetime friends, Joey, who I hope is doing OK in this time of sorrow. Pep, I hope we can connect soon.
Love and prayers to all.
Anthony M Valvano