Valarie Anne Jones

February 21/1956 to October 31/2022

After a long battle with pulmonary fibrosis, Val passed away peacefully with her loving family by her side at Selkirk Regional Health Centre on Monday, October 31/2022.

She will be sadly missed by her husband Herb of 42 years, children Carlyle (Mika), and Tyler (Carly) and her precious granddaughter Ainsley; brothers, Glen (Sharon) and Gary, sisters Donna (Elwin) and Judy (Malcolm), sisters-in-law Debby, Dianne and Darlene and brother-in-law Bob as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Val was predeceased by her parents Gilbert and Annie Hall and her brother Ray.

A Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday, November 12/2022 at 2:00pm at the Clandeboye Community Club.

Interment will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Val’s name to the Palliative Care Wing at the Selkirk Regional Health Centre.

Friends and family are invited to share condolences and memories on Valarie’s memorial page by using the comment field below.

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6 thoughts on “Valarie Anne Jones

  1. Barb And Bill

    So sorry to hear of Val’s passing. Our thoughts are with you all. I will never forget the time Val pulled into the campground at Moosomin Lake with the red convertible. We took it for a drive into town and went shopping. It was a fun filled day. She was always so bubbly and ready for anything. I will miss our messenger chats. I know She will be deeply missed by her family and friends ❤️❤️

  2. Susan Ivey

    My sincere Sympathy to Herb and family, Judy & Malcolm, Donna & Elwin, Glen & Sharon and Gary and your families on the loss of Valerie.
    You all are in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Thinking of you all.
    Susan Ivey
    Virden, Manitoba

  3. Ron Chapman

    What a gal !!! I was lucky enough to have worked with Val for a few years. I knew she was special the moment I started interviewing her and she told me of her past jobs – what a savvy lady. She was always upbeat and professional and you couldn’t help but like her and her sense of fun. When she left she interviewed at a city car dealership but called me saying “Ron I don’t think it went well” so I offered to call on her behalf and did. I told that gentleman – please get on the phone and hire Val as soon as you can you’ll never regret it”. He did and Val spent many years there. She just had that – I don’t know what to call it – but she had it. She loved people got along with everyone and understood everyone. Family and friends we will miss Val and the light she brought to our lives. Val I hope our paths cross again somewhere someday. My condolences to everyone. Ron

  4. Dena Grieve

    Herb and family. I was so sad to hear of Val’s passing. She was a wonderful person.
    Thinking of you at this very sad time

  5. Maureen Paskaruk

    Heartfelt condolences to all of Val’s family and precious granddaughter along with friends. She was a beautiful person, easy to talk to and a very talented sewer. She will be missed by all. She had a beautiful smile and eyes her eyes that lite up like stars. May the wonderful memories you have made with her over they years help you to heal the heartbreaking loss in the days and weeks to come.
    Most Sincerely,
    Ed & Maureen Paskaruk

  6. Marg Howarth

    Sending our deepest condolences Herb the cibc girls from Killarney were sorry to learn of Val’s passing Keep your memoriesclose

    to your Heart sending our sympathy from Ron and Margaret Howarth Pam and Allen Mitchell Ann and Gary Magwood Deb and Gord Falk

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